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Surreal 15 years later was posted 09/16/2017 11:34 am by Conventional Wisdom
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Hi guy! It's been a while since I've posted. I'll be back at JHH next week as my father is having a whipple with Dr. Cameron for a mass in the small intestines (so the whipple is the corrective surgery even though there is no issues with the pancreas). This is 15 years after my own whipple for stage 1 PC in March 2002. Go figure! It's going to be a bit different to be the caregiver and worrier in chief than the patient. But guess that is life.

It's a bit strange that I had the whipple first and now it's Dad's turn but very grateful to tap back into the experts at JHH. Impressed with all the additional information JHH has for patients prepping for this surgery.

Best wishes to everyone on the journey. Take care of yourselves.



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