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Your Post about Whipple was posted 08/06/2016 11:31 am by bj in GA
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I lost my husband to stage IV PC and surgery was not an option nor do I know anyone who has had the surgery. Although I do read about it here on this sight and when the opportunity arises I try to add to the little I know about it. I think you did a beautiful job of explaining it from first hand experience. If I were the original poster I would print your reply in multiple copies and give one to each member of my family and save one for myself. I'm going to do that myself and file it nearby. I hope and pray that you continue to do well. You have worked so hard to get to your new near normal and wouldn't it be wonderful if you set a record for staying in that range and you do once again see the future with you in it. I surely hope for that. Have a beautiful day.

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