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chemo was posted 09/30/2006 08:34 am by amy
E-mail Address: arwhite3@svsu.edu

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my dad is 63 and has been healthy for the most part, he was in the hospital because he had a blood clot in his leg and they were considerng putting a pacemaker in we had no idea that he had cancer so it was a complete shock to us. I have spoken with the oncologist and he pretty much said that my dad could do chemo but it would just make him sick and that his quality of life would be bad, so as of today my father decided that he just wants to come home and live his life without any treatment. He has six children and 14 grandchildren our immediate family has 28 people and his and his wish is to have everyone home for thanksgiving this year...so i am going to make that happen for him.My little brother is only 22 and he is having a really hard time with all of this..please keep us in your prayers..

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