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friends4ever was posted 06/30/2009 08:25 pm by Lillie
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Do you know which type of PC your friend has? One type is slower growing while the most common type Adenocarcinoma is fast growing. Many of the younger people have the slower type so knowing the type will help. Others have already gave you some sound advice and I really can't see how I can add to what they have said.

Your friend will need you in the coming months. Her family probably won't ask for help look around and see what needs to be done and just be a doer. If a problem should arise along the way post that problem and somebody will always answer with suggestions that has helped them.

Tomorrow Phone pancan 1-877-272-6226 ask for a pals associate, she will send you tons of useful information, also call the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Research and ask for the FREE booklet 'myths & Facts about Pancreatic Cancer and an info pack. PH: # is 1-866-789-1000.

We have a button on the right of the screen click on the FAQ button and read the FAQ section it will answer many questions you may have. We also have a search button but it works best with one word searches.

Welcome to the board. Hugs Lillie



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