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Ocular Melanoma
Hi, I'm Sandra M.
I had ocular melanoma about 10 years ago. I had the proton beam at UCDavis near Sacramento. It killed the cancer but did leave scar tissue on my center vision. I was cancer free until late in 2017 when the cancer came back in my breast, liver, and lungs. I was started on immunotherapy with Keytruda to start, then changed to the high dosage of Opdivo and Protonix. They seemed to get it und…   Read more…

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Information about Mesothelioma, treatments, and resources can be found on this website.
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The support network for those affected by pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP), appendix cancer and other peritoneal surface malignancies
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