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    My son is very sick in the hospital
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    debbiann posted:
    My son had a pet scan done was in a lot of pain night sweats are bad pale skin almost transparent on the pet scan showed 3 large tumor stone by his heart his spleen and his stomach and a few small ones there is a cloudiness over his spleen witch is greatly enlarged and his liver also I'm so scared he just had part of one removed from the one by the spleen and we are currently waiting for the results the said the piece they removed was liquidly they also said it might be an inflammatory problem I don't know what to think can someone help me
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