Dear Dr.AK I want to thank you for the wonderful care that I got from you almost 5 years ago. I am currently cancer free and thoroughly enjoying my little grandbaby. My question is should I still have yearly cat scans. How often should I have ca125's and what type of tests are usually given at this stage of recovery. I had clear cell 2c grade 3, and negative genetics' test. Currently trying to get my cholesterol down with pravastatin and diet. My feet have been peeling and I was given urea 40%. My guess is that it is PPE. I just started to put ice on them since I read your post about doxil, although I was given carbo and taxol [not dozil]. I have been changing doctors alot and I probably will again.So I need to try to ask for things. THANK-YOU
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