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Christina was posted 03/01/2012 12:50 pm by pam in texas
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The oncologist suggested that the tail has atrophied due to one of several things; radiation prior to whipple, chemo prior and post whipple or the surgery itself disturbed the pancreas. Onc also stated that his pancreas is functioning since his glucose levels are and have been normal. Thanks for the reply:)

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