Hi.. My aunt has been diagnosed Feb.2012 with a stage 4 breast cancer, thanks God she survive it after chemotherapy and a left mastectomy & three months of radiation in MD anderson Houston,TX, she came back home and after only 4 months from her last radiation she had pain on her left side where the mastectomy been, the MRI gives a liver tumor, now we are back in Houston after checkups they diagnosed her with brain, liver & lung cancer, today the proceed a gammaknife radiation to her brain tumor, still waiting for her doctor to consult her liver biopsy, by now we are so worried about the future not knowing anything as the doctors keep saying wait we are waiting for almost two months right now so if by any chance any body can help me with her survival chance i will be glad... ThanksView Thread
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