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This is Teresa Sewell, in my previous post I forgot to mention that men with total hip and knee replacements should really should consider all their options for treatments because after my husband passed I began investigating all the different treatments and found out that EBRT might not be the best treatment because the beams can bounce off the metal implants and damage other organs in your body I told the oncology radiologist doctor when we were speaking I told him that my husband had 2 hip replacements and a knee replacement but he told me that they could aim the beams away from the implants and he would be just fine but we might have to exhume my husband's body if this case goes to court and I guess we will know at that time happened but my husband's primary doctor told me that my husband's death was entirely preventable he is the one who suggested that I seek legal help.