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    LynnLuc
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      I have a friend who is stage 4….been complaining about pain in her gut since spring and her onc and pcp always caulked it up to something else other than melanoma…well now her scans are in and finally they have decided its a 5 inch spot of melanoma….they are talking surgery…wondering about something…can they radiate the intestines? She is weak and no longer in the chemotherapy trial ( heavy duty stuff)…just wondering…

      I have a friend who is stage 4….been complaining about pain in her gut since spring and her onc and pcp always caulked it up to something else other than melanoma…well now her scans are in and finally they have decided its a 5 inch spot of melanoma….they are talking surgery…wondering about something…can they radiate the intestines? She is weak and no longer in the chemotherapy trial ( heavy duty stuff)…just wondering…

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