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My appointment today

My consultation with the specialist turned into something else due to my
oncologists staff not sending the current scans. So, he checked me over &
said there was fluid that was causing the pressure so that it was hard to
breathe. They did an ultra sound to see how much fluid there was. As it
turned out there was enough. So he drew out the fluid. What a relief. I
breathe better. If it builds up again, he can do it again for now.
We are talking about another type of treatment that can shrinkage the liver
to take more pressure off. This has some risk to it depending on what he
sees in my scans. 
Thank you for your prayers / thoughts.

Tony <><

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