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Is there any treatment for the cervical cancer in 4 th stage ?

Hi, my mother is suffering from cervix cancer since oct2009. She is 48. That time she was treated by radio therapy . That time cancer was in ¡¡ A stage. After radio therapy condition was good. We are visiting doctor after every three months. Doctor always told that patient is in good condition. But now in mar 2011 doctor told that she is in 4th stage and there is no treatment for her. Please suggest that is there any treatment for my mother, i am worried for my mom treatment. Is there any treatment in ayurved.
Asked On : Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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Stage IV means that the cancer has entered her bladder and rectum or spread to her lungs and other parts of her body. In this stage, you are left with Chemotherapy and Radiation therapy which gradually helps to destroy the cancer tissue and provide relief to the patient. You may contact Hospitals which offer Oncology treatment like Kidwai Oncology Hospital in Bangalore who may be able to help.
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