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My dad is 62 years old and 6 weeks ago he was diagnosed with pancreatic
cancer,dad has been sick for about 2 years and has lost over 45 lbs.He had
been told that he had male metapause to gallstones and one night he
hemmoraged so bad he had to have a transfusion,they sent him home after that
and for a week he wasted away before our eyes an still was told they did't
know what was the matter.Our worst nightmare was the night we found out he
had stage 2 pancreatic cancer and that is was unoperable,we are still getting
the run around with starting his treatments.I'm writing this letter for
someone to corrispond with during all this,I am so afraid of what the future
holds and afraid of losing my dad.I need someone to give me words of hope,
but also someone to help me see what to expect.
Posted 01/18/2002 05:56 pm by his daughter
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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