GEJ Cancer Bone metastasis
My husband was diagnosed metastatic gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) cancer to the bone. His lungs, liver and stomach is free.
He is not legible for immunotherapy, unfortunately.
He had his first round of FOLFOX (2 chemotherapies: 5-fluouracil and oxaliplati) chemo, hopefully he will respond to the treatment
He is suffering from stomach pain and back pain (due to metastasis). He still manage eating solid foods and drinking by himself.
@nuggetofmine – I've read your experience with the Prilosec + TUMs combination. I'll suggest to the doctor.
@rlrlavender – thank you for posting your experience, is very hard to be positive when you read statistics.
We live in the West coast, hopefully we will be able to move to the East coast to be close to family and be closer to the Mayo clinic.
Mayo clinic has had success with Photo Dynamic Therapy any comments ?