Chattanooga, TN
A 33-year-old male asked about a 56-year-old male:

How can postpone life for syringocarcinoma patient after surgeries failed? the cancer cells are spread to goldbeaters skin and peritoneum areas.

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Dr. David Lipkin
Internal Medicine 54 years experience
?: Syringocarcinoma is an obsolete term, so I'm uncertain as to exactly which cancer you are referring to. If you can obtain a more precise term it would be helpful.
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