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Chemotherapy done for colon cancer. Pain and sleepiness. Survival chances?

Hello, my dad is 69 years old. He has been battling with colon/rectol cacer since 2007. The beginning of march his chemo tritment has been stopped since making him to sick. He was feeling better the first few weeks, but now he is in a lot of pain and sleeping most of the time. What can we expect? I thought that we'll have at least 6 months with him is that true?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Dear Sir,

Sorry to hear about you father's condition. Chemo can be associated with a lot of side effects.
If his cancer had metastasised to other organs, then the prognosis is not very good. I cannot exactly comment on the time period but the cancer will definitely spread without chemo.

Hoping for the best.
Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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