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Rob is 40 and was diagnosed 4-2001. He recieved chemo and radiation at
Ireland Cancer Center,Cleveland,Oh.At this time he is only able to recieve
small amounts of fluids through his stomach tube. Pain management is becoming
difficult as he has such difficult taking meds orally.Duragesic patch did not
give him relief and depends on Roxanol used through his feeding tube PRN.He
began hiccupping two days ago and it seems continuous.He had just been
married when diagnosed. His wife is surely an angel. My sister and I care for
him so that she can work.He is our only brother, the baby. This is so very
hard. Someone write me please. How do we let him go?
Posted 11/17/2001 11:05 pm by Bobbi
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