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Lisa was posted 10/19/2018 06:32 pm by Lillie
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I personally would ALWAYS support my patient. As a caregiver I tried to give my patient all the knowledge they needed to make THEIR decision. Iíve been a caregiver twice for PC. My father in law elected to do the whipple. It was his choice and we supported him. The cancer DID later return which often does happen. My daddy later got PC and I made sure my daddy knew what all could be done for him and he too was operable. My daddy was 81 and he decided to do chemo. The chemo bought him time but soon the chemo stopped working and he died. I feel very satisfied because both dads chose what treatments they wanted. Hugs

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