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Suffering from stage 4 liver cancer. Has 4 tumours in liver. Eating less, started vomiting. Are these symptoms of the final stages?

My dad is at stage 4 liver cancer . Hehas 4 tumors in the liver. He went into the hospital for pancreatitis 2 weeks ago, and now he is a nursing home . He is eating very little and he started throwing up flems today. Are these symptoms of the final stages? What can we expect? Projections as to how long hehas? What can we do for him?
Asked On : Sun, 8 Apr 2012
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The critical thing is about pancreatic cancer, not liver. Stage 4 disease means the survival is less, weeks. Our duty now is how can we give comport by decreasing his problems, agony during this short period. This is called Palliative treatment . Doing things what he wants, will give him some sort of positive psychiatric strength to him .There will be some nursing homes specialized in taking care of terminally ill patients. Better , if possible, he should be under care of these persons.
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