"Thanks for the reply. I am still trying to get my head around this. I had hcc 3 years ago. I did 48 weeks of sovoldi and riba and rfa for the tumor. I have been hcc clear since. I am still on the transplant list at mayo even with a 7..."
"My brother just found out he has a HCC measuring 12 x14 cm. How his primary never picked up on it over the last couple of years is beyond me. I received copies of his blood work and for AFP it shows 524,000. Can this be right or cou..."
Hi, I am interested in alternative therapy until i decide it is time to treat. What is his protocol for treatment? Please keep me informed on your progress. I think this thread should be left alone. If people dont want to read it then dont read it. I like freedom to debate treatment options
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