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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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My father is 77 year old. He was diagnosed with

My father is 77 year old. He was diagnosed with 4th stage lung cancer a few years ago and with Keytruda has been in remission the past year. Now, he is coughing a lot of junk (white stuff) and last week went into hospital unable to get enough oxygen. They found high level ammonia in his blood (80+) and small amount blood in his urine. Please help.
Sun, 28 Oct 2018
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