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My father, just turned 68 in January, '06 was diagnosed with Stage IV, inoperable PC with mets to the liver and two vertebrae. None of us will ever forget 3/2/06, it truly shook us all to the core. Dad's oncologist is well known and several doctors have said she is very, very good and Dad and Mom really like how she's treated them. Dad starts a seven week course of Gemzar and Tarceva on 3/16. All we can do is love him and support him and pray for his longevity if its not a miserable one. I love my Dad, I'm not ready to lose him.

Mary


Posted 03/15/2006 04:13 pm by rdhdinwi
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