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Vicky was posted 04/30/2002 01:28 pm by e.b
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I agree with most of what you said, except that there aren't that many deaths caused by the Whipple. It does happen from time to time, when it is too much for the body, but if you're at a hospital where they do these all the time, there aren't many deaths. And with chemo & radiation afterwards, people can live a productive life for years.

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