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12 years! was posted 01/31/2016 04:59 pm by Stephanie
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I Know about a now 12 years survivor(aunt of a colleague ofmine): Whipple/ RT/ chemo i do nor know in which order. Surgery was not even carried out in a specialised center. She had to be operated on a Second time, two years later or so, for a secondary problem( do not exactly know what happened). She did have her bad times but she is now ok, with an excellent quality of life. Just have to control glicemia and take enzymes. I think that Your feeling better is a great, positive sign! Enjoy every moment of 'health' from now on: according to a book i am reading it helps, too...I am a survivor too( other kind: road accident, coma): never thought i could die or be paralytic for life! I live and walk despite I am statistically dead!Keep going! Will pray for u!

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