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How long can I live after chemotherapy and radiation for cancer in my liver , lymph nodes , lungs and brain ?

is there a charge? I am 65 years old they found I have cancer in my liver, lymphnodes , lung and brain I am getting chemotherapy along with radiation they do not know where the cancer began what organ , how long do you think I have to live?
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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Oncologist, Radiation 's  Response
as per your description , you are in stage IV disease and you are receiving treatment on palliative means to relief from your symptoms. i am sorry to say the prognosis for this type of disease is ,unless you are responding well to treatment, only in months.
Answered: Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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Oncologist Dr. Ioan Dorian OANA's  Response
Did you undergo any biopsy from liver, lung, lymphnodes or brain? The pathologic diagnosis, even if it is not site specific, would be vital to give you accurate prognosis.
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