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B. GA 2015 Update


Nov 27, 2015 - thirteen year anniversary of my Whipple Surgery. Aside from the 'normal' issues of aging (high blood pressure, joints getting a little stiff), my life is the same as the last post two years ago. I remain active - walking, gardening and have added Spin Biking plus light weights.

This year I want to say I am particularly thankful to the people who developed Creon. Having this drug available has been life changing for me.

I am thankful to be alive. Quality of life is good. I know I am fortunate, and I hope for the day when early detection provides an opportunity for all to have good results. I also hope for the day when PC can be cured, and better prevented altogether. Thanks to all who work so hard to make this day become a reality.


Posted 11/27/2015 11:54 am by B.GA
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