I am one year post treatment after have two tumors in right breast that were triple negative. I have undergone chemotherapy and radiation. During this past year my liver enzymes of ALP and GGT have been both elevated and normal. I will be having a liver biopsy on Dec 20th and would like to know if anybody has experienced anything like this. Thanks for your commentsView Thread
Thanks for your heartfelt reply. My heart goes out to you and your mother. I will take your advice under advisement. I go see the oncologist first part of January. This enzyme thing has been going on for close to a year. I will request or demand a PET scan at that time. Did my liver biopsy yesterday and am hoping that they find out what is going on. I would like to follow your mother's progress if at all possible since it seems we have so much in common. Let me know and thanks againView Thread
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