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Posted by: charmaine | 2010/08/20

no cancer why chemo

was wondering why would dr''s give chemo if the patient doesnt have cancer? is this a common practise? thank you for your advise...

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Charmaine

I am not aware that this is a common practise and there should be a good indication/reason to use chemo therapy.

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