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RUSS, MY HUSBAND
My husband Russ, was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in 1998, He was lucky
enough to be able to have a Whipple procedure and than Chemo and radiation.
He is in remission four years this month, Aug. 2002. He was weakened three
months prior by a kidney surg. gone bad and was given a critial diagnosis
than, from that surgery. We are so lucky he is here. He has stomach problems
and amemia that he I give him B-12 shots for. He has always been a stong
person with a positive nature. I think this has been what has helped him
along. He is thankful for his faith and prayers and these experiences really
change how you see life. Our son and his wife have also been wonderful
caring people and all our family and friends.
Posted 08/26/2002 10:20 pm by Linda
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