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Quality of life is an important thing that is often overlooked. I would say don't give up just yes. Do a bit more research but in doing so understand the affects of the treatment. Would that work for you and your lifestyle?
I truly do understand your question. I was fortunate enough to have the whipple but I have not recovered from the surgery 2 years ago. I struggle with a lot of GI issues and fatigue and physically have little stamina. I have given up my life in order to be alive. Sometimes I have to wonder what if.
I pray that you are able to find the answers that you need. I am sorry that
you are having to go through this awful disease. Good luck and sending many
blessings to you!
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