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Peritoneal Mets

drmohsinparvez
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How does a Colo-rectal cancer with peritoneal Mets is treated,my sister was diagnosed with this and docs decided for FOLFIRI 6cycles and if everything goes well and no any further Mets Hipec crs would have been done but sadly my lovely sister could not reach that mark she suffered lots of pain and agony every second and wasn't able to eat in last 20days due to recurrent obstruction and when she were to get this transverse colostomy with bag she left us due to cardiac arrest .Now my lovely sister is at peace finally but the suffering was unbearable for her and to us too she was just 35 and have too little kids , Almighty be with us and hope that nobody ever have to go through this devastating disease.

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PamRav
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Joined: Jan 2017

and sad for what your so very young sister and you and the family have been through.  I cannot offer any advice regarding her treatment.  Cancer is a terrible disease and treatments don’t always go as planned.   I do want to offer my condloence and I sincerely hope that in time your beautiful memories will bring you comfort. In the meantime take good care of yourself, those two children are going to need their uncle. 

Peace to you and your family 

pam 

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Trubrit
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I am so sorry to hear of your loss, and your sister so young, with a young family as well. It is truly tragic and very unfair. 

My advice as far as her past treatment is to try not to second guess. I am sure her Oncologist did what he thought was best for her situation. The cardiac arrest was an extremely unfortunate event which took her life. 

It is never easy to lose someone you dearly love. I pray you will find peace in the coming months; but for now, take the time to mourn your sister, and take comfort in the fact that she will no longer have to suffer. 

Blessings!

Tru

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Ruthmomto4
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Joined: May 2013

for the loss of your sister. I hope time can bring you peace and comfort.

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Annabelle41415
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Joined: Feb 2009

So sorry to hear of your sister and going through this.  I'm not able to help you with your question, but know that she is in my thoughts and prayers.  Your a good sister to come on these boards and try to get some answers for her.  I'm so sorry for your loss.  It's hard when you have no answers and she is no longer with you.

Kim

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