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TEDI


Our PC victim was my Mother-in-law, Aleda. Age 69. Diagnosed 5/16/98. Stage III, PC. Her choice was not to pursue any type of treatment. After initial consultation with oncologist she never had any further testing or treatments. She used her diabetes doctor for medications. Passed away 7/15/98 at home with care given by husband, children & spouses. Hospice provided much needed information and support for much of the time after diagnosed.


Posted 10/21/1998 04:50 pm by Tedi
E-mail Address: tedi@kcnet.com

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