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this is interesting, I don't f was posted 03/31/2004 02:16 pm by Pete S
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I feel so happy for you Joe, I read the report the other day and I sensed that you had improvements, but when I saw the comparison scans, that was better than I imagined. I am not sure what you did to get this result, but I was happy to see this result. Marcus, my brother was fianlly diagnosed on Monday with pancreas cancer in the tail, he refused surgery and chemo because our uncle died 7 years ago with the same cancer and he took 5FU with radiation. Marcus did not want that option. We were happy before but not fully convinced that this will be helpful until we saw the scans. Thank you Carol and Joe. This will make Marcus and I and our wives more comfortable to consider this, we will read this website in detail and see what it is all about. I am not sure that I understand it all that well, but after looking at these scans, I want to learn more about this, what ever it is. Many thank you’s,

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