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Small cell lung cancer stage, lesions in front brain and lever. Leg tremors, coughing phlegm. Explain?

Small cell lung cancer stage 4, leisons on the front of the brain and liver. Type 2 diabetic. tremors in legs, weakness, unable to walk or stand unassisted, coughing with Phelgm production , slight heart attack, anemia that needs to have a shot administered for the anemia. two rounds of radiation and one of chemo . Patient will not leave bed due to tremors, loss of balance, and inability to walk without assistance. What can the loss of balance tremors and inability to walk be associated with?
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr Das.
The radiation therapy is a very hard to tolerate. The symptoms you described is just the sign of this intolerance.

What you have to do is just give the patient a good nursing care, a good balanced nutritious diet, and multivitamin and antioxidant agent to fight with immune comprised state.

Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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