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Hi, I'm Paul R H.
My husband was diagnosed with gastric cancer a few days before Christmas, 2017. He went through 5 months of chemotherapy and a year of immunotherapy (keytruda) and most recently had 6 weeks of radiation. The doctors say the cancer has not spread but I also don’t think it has gone away although it may have left the lymphnodes. Because of the location at the very base of the esophagus they don…   Read more…

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