Dennis seems to be having them again & has landed in hospital twice these past ten days.
Has anyone communicated with the oncologist? It might seem obvious that the ward staff would do so, but confirmation is needed. Because enza is known to increase the risk of seizures, the advice in the past was usually that the treatment should be stopped although there was something published last year that suggested some men could continue to take it.
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