My husband has breast cancer and now it's in spleen lung bones and heart muscle. What would be his prognosis? He is 50 years old

In addition to. conventional treatment, your husband can consider a book by Simonton called "Getting well again" and the books and work of Patrick Quillan about nutrition. Peace and good health.
Talk to oncologist. When the cancer invades the bone , lung, spleen, and heart muscle, the prognosis would be guarded. However this topic should be addressed by the oncologist who takes care of your husband.

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