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Health Problems

Hello, My father is 55 years old and he is a patient of CML from the past 1 year. He is on veenat(300 mg) medication. His CML is normal. But he constantly has issues with his health including eye problems?back pains,leg pains,headaches,stomach problems and stress problems. Can someone please tell me the cause uof all this? Does this means that he is developing another cancer?Are there chances that he may develop another cancer?His CML is in control,what is is life span?

Endometrial cancer

My mother has been diagnosed with poorly differentiated endometrial cancer stage ll. She has been asked to do MRI by her gynac. Please guide us thru the line of treatment and how to go about it. We r shaken with the news and want to get authentic treatment as to hv my mom out of it soon. Thank you

Constant breathing problems

I have been facing a BREATHING PROBLEM frm last 6 months...MULTIPLE MYELOMA was detected in my body 4 yrs back for which i was getting chemo frm TMH MUMBAI....i have no prob frm cancer now..but this is happening due to side effect of chemo ..what to do ??

CA MAXILLA

Ir, we ve conducted biopsy test on 05 jan 17, the report shows granulation tissue and conducted CT scan on 27 jan 17, it shows carcinoma t4a n1 Mo. Again kolkata command hospital doctors took sample for biopsy on 04 feb 17. The biopsy report on 14 feb says "section shows multiple tissue bits with intense acute inflammatory infiltrate with florid prolifirating blood vessels lined by plump endothelial cells. Stoma is endematous with presence of histocytes and occasional epitheloid cells. Confluent areas of necrosis seen. No evidence of malignancy noted.". Now today they are conducting one more biopsy. My doubt is CT Scan report on 30 jan says T4a N1 Mo. by the time Biopsy report comes after 10 days...wouldn't this decease and tumour grow and became risc to life. I want to ask how fast this tumour grow. Will this 15 days become more risk to life or not to worry?

Breast cancer

Hello Doctors, My mother in law was diagonised with Breast cancer and the surgery was done on the 19th Jan 2017 . I have attached all the medical reports related to the surgery and the tests done on the tumor. Earlier the treating doctor advised that the chemotheraphy and the targeted therapy has to be done together. But when we told him that the medicines will be purchased by us, he now says that the targeted therapy will be done after the completion of 8 cycles of chemo. Infact again this was quoted as 6 after the surgery. Doctor advised as the pathelogy results came as oncogenes are present, targeted theraphy is required to be given.. My only query is should it be given along chemo or after completion of chemo. It would be very grateful if a medical / radiation oncologist could advise me on what is the correct procedure.  Thanks for your kind help and advise. Regards, Joe

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