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Discussion BoardI wonder was posted 01/03/2010 07:01 pm by Audra
E-mail Address: audrakessler@Lycos.com
I am wondering the same thing. My did is the second of four siblings. They
all had issues with their gall bladders as kids and had them removed. My dad
used to brag he was the only one who still had his. My dad's youngest sister
died from pancreatic cancer at the age of 59. Three years after her death,
my dad was diagnosed with bile duct and gall bladder cancer. It really
frightens me and makes me want to get my gall bladder out now. Although, we
don't know if the cancer orginated in his gall bladder or his bile duct.
It's just so strange that my grandparents and their siblings all lived to
ripe old ages (mid- 80s to early 90s). Not one bit of cancer. And now, my
dad, his sister and his brother all have cancer. Dad's brother has prostate
cancer. My dad just turned 70 and his brother is 68.
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