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September 22, 2019  
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Topic Title: Chemotherapy
Created On: 09/10/2002 04:43 PM
 
 03/09/2003 02:16 AM

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gms

The success of chemo is mostly dependant on how advanced the cancer being treated is. Some have been in remission after chemo and then relapsed. This is mainly because the cancer was to advanced. In these cases a bone marow or stem cell transplant is required. I suggest if you are really concerned about this to talk to a doctor about it. All i have written is from personal experience as a cancer paitient.
 09/10/2002 04:43 PM

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bill4389

The e-mail I just received with the link to the article on chemotherapy indicated that the article contained information about the success rate of this treatment, but it didn't. How successful is chemo? I've heard that, overall, it has an abysmal success rate. Is that true?
     
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