Listen: Breast Cancer, Cancer, Chemo discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Cancer marker for breast cancer that's elevated a two hundred and. Thirty two her see a twenty seven. Twenty nine which is. Mother breast cancer so. There's a lot of markers that, are available for cancers and we use these to be able to tell the patient how. The treatments going is. A lot of people are getting chemo chemo chemo and they keep on getting, treatment they don't really know if they're getting better or worse well if you get a cancer marker than you. Can say Dr. My markers going up the chemo's not working it's. Time maybe for change. Maybe to see Dr Liederman and well often many doctors don't. Use cancer markers because they don't like to have a, report card when I, was a kid my father used to say who's the who's got the toughest job. In college it's a football coach because every week, after go out and show a feud trained your kids. The right way to win a game or lose a game well cancer markers are that way That, you can every month get a cancer marker and see if the cancer is getting. Better or worse and you can have a. Pretty good idea of what's happening in, your body for many cancers. That doesn't work for every cancer but certainly for breast cancer, it often does several markers and Mike and this woman her CA fifteen three Anders see. A twenty seven twenty nine we're both elevated more than two hundred to the pet. Scan which was a normal her family history of grandmother. Had, some kind of cancer she lived in she lives in, South Carolina the patient so I her and she's. Got some swelling of her feet we check that out to make. Sure, she does have a blood clot she had this left Mostaque me her lungs are clear heart is okay I. Examined her abdomen she's got, this amass abdomen that's probably this big cancerous mass. From the liver and she wants to be treated she wants us to treat her to hit that cancer in the liver and the media Steinem and that's. The, work that we do for Metastatic or primary newly diagnosed or recurring, though this woman has metastatic cancer that spread to the liver and the media Steinem from her breasts she's had chemo it's not, working and we see so. Many people like this woman she came up by herself she flew up from South Carolina just to be, seen just. To be evaluated just have better care at radio surgery New, York and how did. She hear about us well through her friend who told. Her that they. Were successfully treated and they, recommended that. She come as well that's the work that we do here.."