Suggest treatment for lung liver cancer and ascites
it is indeed a difficult situation
Thanks for your query.
I am sorry to hear about your mother in law. It appears that she is having cancer which has spread a lot. As the abdomen has swelled but no fluid is seen, probably it is the tumor masses itself which are causing the distension. Hence the only way out is to try chemotherapy. If the current regime is not working then may be a different regime. The outlook is not good.
If you can send me the latest CT scans and biopsy reports then I can suggest better.
I will be available for follow up.
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