My dad was diagnosed with AML, M7 last year. He went into remission after two rounds of chemo and felt great for 8 months. Now he's back in the hospital doing his second round of chemo (he finished 8 days ago) and it seems like his fevers are really bad this time. They totally wipe him out and he's so weak, I'm afraid he's not going to make it. Can these fevers kill you? How? His Drs say there is no such thing as a third remission and he can't have any more chemo. I'm wondering, if he doesn't go into remission, how much time will he have? NO ONE will give me this info-I've read every freakin site on the internet and I need to start preparing my young children and myself. Any info is appreciated.
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