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diabetes follow uop was posted 05/29/2018 05:11 pm by John1121
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I am not sure to whom the above note was directed to, but, if it is me, I have not had the surgery yet, but feel that I have been getting excellent advice from my doctors, who work at one of the premier cancer centers in the US.

My health through 6 months of chemo has been extremely good, with no weight loss and high levels of energy. I am now done with chemo as of two weeks ago and getting ready for the staging laproasocopy.

Thanks much for your concern if it your note was for me!

If the note was for the original writer, I agree -- I think that the best advice is to work with your medical team. Even if you are not diabetic now, you might become so after your Whipple. Your medical staff is best equipped to help you, as they have the details that we on this forum will never have.

John1121

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