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My pancreatic cancer was found in Oct 2016, after my distal pancreactomy, and spleen removal. Had chemo of Gemsar for 6 months. 3 scans later, my cancer has spread to my liver, lungs and now in my darn pancreas again. Stage 4. Just started a cocktail of Irinotecan, Oxaliplatin and Flouracil. Really knocks me down. Anyone else on his?   Read more…

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If you have been asked to follow a low residue diet due to diarrhea, this sample menu can help you choose from a variety of different foods.
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