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    Nebr78
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    Has anyone had any bumps, lumps on their body and had them treated with radiation?   If so, did it work.   I have 2 lumps (tumors), one on side of face and another in front of right arm pit.  They gave me 7-8 strong radiation treatments a few days ago. Nothing is new except the one on the face hurts like the devil unless i take pain pills.   Is Melanoma resistant to Radiation you think.     Retired in Nebraska

    Has anyone had any bumps, lumps on their body and had them treated with radiation?   If so, did it work.   I have 2 lumps (tumors), one on side of face and another in front of right arm pit.  They gave me 7-8 strong radiation treatments a few days ago. Nothing is new except the one on the face hurts like the devil unless i take pain pills.   Is Melanoma resistant to Radiation you think.     Retired in Nebraska

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