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CA19-9 now 14000. No decrease at all during chemo. Husband has decided to cease chemo as the last 3 weeks have not been kind. Extreme fatigue, abdominal pain and DVT pain in right calf. Not sleeping very well at all. One benefit - farting has decreased dramatically!! Handing it all over to our Creator and Lord, Jesus Christ. Smile Hopefully the effects of chemo will go (if it is the effects of chemo being observed) and there might be some improvement in the short term.

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