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pat o was posted 06/29/2011 11:50 am by Anonymous
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i know you have alot going on now, however, a poster was kind enough to mention that your husband had margins that were not clear post whipple many years ago. we are having a meeting with our onc on tuesday- he is 'fairly unconcerned ' about the 'atypical' cells found at the margin .the surgeon was somehat more concerned. the onc implied he thought that that attitiude may be alarmist. i know that you are very busy, but if you had a moment to share any information about the margin issuse, i would be so appreciative. i would like to go into the meeting with as much knowledge regarding post whipple chemo as i can ( have already had rad)

many many thanks for your kindness.hope that you and your husband are doing well. again, thanks

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