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    I would say to continue the chemo to make sure all the cancer cells are killed.  When the cancer does come back, it's usually a definite death sentence.  Your mom shouldn't take the wait and see approach.  By the time the diseaase has returned, she would be too sick to take the chemo.  So don't live with any regrets.   Ivy

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      There is no point in worryihg.  Worrying only makes things worse.  And what can you do about it during the time being which is nothing.  So study for your exam and make your mom proud.   Just put off thoughts of your mom being sick for now.  Just try to be rational now.  Good luck with your exam and will pray for your mom that it's a benign tumor. Ivy

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         I feel so sorry for your brother.  He is so young? How do you think he got his cancer?  Is it diet, genetics, or something he was exposed to in the environment?

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          Steve jobs did that for 9 months after diagnosis and decided to go with the surgery.  Now look where he is at.

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            my mom definitely knew there was something wrong when she started throwing up because she never threw up in her life.  She also got tarry stools and was feeling nauseous all the time.  Half a year prior to that, her duodenum area hurted but thought that was due to doing yoga.  My mom had difficulty swallowing for 5 years prior to diagnosis.  The swallowing got more and more difficult.  ...

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