Voxx66 wrote:Some tumors seem to produce CEA while others don't. I'm not sure the science on the whole matter is settled However it does seem that liver mets tend to cause a CEA rise as the liver damage alone will jump the levels. My cea was normal when I had my colon tumor but jumped after the surgery when the liver mets took off.
very worried husband wrote:cb75 thanks for your reply. i think my wife is following your footsteps... did they do the genetic testing ? my wife has lynch syndrome that explains her cancer at young age.we hope and pray that it is anything but cancer..
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