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Uveal melanoma/tantalum rings

Forums Ocular Melanoma Community Uveal melanoma/tantalum rings

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    jean anderson
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    Any information, anecdotal or published, about the eye tissue's efforts to reject the surgically implanted tantalum rings, after proton beam treatment, would be welcome.  Please post comments or references, with thanks.

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      Janner
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      You're better off asking this on the Cure OM board instead of the cutaneous board.  Look on the right for the link or under the menu.

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      Janner
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      You're better off asking this on the Cure OM board instead of the cutaneous board.  Look on the right for the link or under the menu.

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      Janner
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      You're better off asking this on the Cure OM board instead of the cutaneous board.  Look on the right for the link or under the menu.

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