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Stage 4 liver cancer, has mild abdominal pain, back pain, sleeping and breathing discomfort. Signs of final stage?

My mother was diagnosed with Stage 4 Liver cancer , she was given roughly 4 monthes to live (of course a guess not a true science) it has been 6 monthes now. And I am noticing her complaining about abdominal pain a little But what I am looking to find out is what other signs should I look for towards the end. Lately she has been having some back pain and trouble sleeping at night because she is having trouble breathing ( has asthma and it over weight, with sleep apnea also) but this seems to be a little more than the norm for her. She is 70yrs old and doesnt like to complain. I would just like a list of final stages signs to look for if possible.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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stage 4 liver cancer has very bad prognosis even we have to try something. oral targeted therapy like sorafinib may be of some help. breathing problem may be due to the congestive cardiac failure also. supportive treatment to be continued. consult your oncologist.
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