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    Sashinka posted:
    Im being treated with carboplatinum for colon cancer that has metastisized to the liver. Is this the proper protocol?
     
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    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi there, Sashinka.

    I'm sorry to hear of your diagnosis. WebMD Community Moderators are unable to give medical advice or a diagnosis, but I can provide you with links with information that you might find helpful.

    You should check out carboplatinum in WebMD's Drugs & Supplements center. You can read its uses, side effects, precautions, interactions with other medications and overdose information here . WebMD also has over 20 user reviews for carboplatinum . You might be able to find some who have been in a similar situation.

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