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My daughters boyfriend was diagnosed with osteosarcoma 18 months ago. He had his right arm aputated and went through months of chemo. Chemo ended last March (2007). A small spot was found on his lungs in June, which they removed. He was just in for scans and 4 spots were found on the lungs 2 in each lung. He is back in the hospital starting chemo again for another 8 months. Does anybody out there have experiance with reaccurane like this. Any advice on treatments, he is being treated at the University of Minnesota. We are all in so much pain over this, he is a great young man and has been through so much. So hard to understand where all this cancer is coming from and attacking our children.

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