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SOS: Mediastinal endodermal sinus tumors

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 3, 2010
  • 10:00 AM

Hi everyone, I'm from China, one of my friend was recently diagnosed Mediastinal endodermal sinus tumors, and now in very critical condition. His tumor now is 12*13 centimetres large, and is very near to its left lung, affecting his vein vessels and imposing pressure to his nerve in the left arm, causing serious pain that cannot be stopped with morphine, and what was worse, there's accumulation of liquids in his chest and the liquids contain blood cells. Also, an unidentified object is detected in his right lung, raising concern that it has something to do with the tumor. We're told that his day of life is numbered but we don't want give up our hope. We're expecting your help, if you have some information about this disease, or can help us contact experts or hospitals that is good at treating this kind of disease, please write to us to: vinz0614 at 126.com or te-amo861031 at live.cn

Basic facts and indicators of my friend:
Age: 23 years old
Chest liquid amount: 600ml, 800ml, 760ml (3 times of chest liquid extraction)
HcG unknown
Symptoms: tachypnea, chest pain, cough, unbearable pain in left arm

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