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MY HUSBAND MIKE{age 62 years old}WAS DX PC METS TO THE LIVER.FIRST PROCEDURE STENT PLACEMENT TO RELIVED JAUNDICE.2ndSURGERY UNABLE TO REMOVED THE TUMOR.AND SOLUCION WAS TO IMPLANT DOUBLE BYE PASS ON 3-12-98.SUPERVIVENCE PROGNOSIS'VERY POOR'10-98START WITH GEMZAR 7 WEEKS ON 1 OF.MIKE FILLS VERY WEEK AND TIRED.I WAS FILL SO SAD AND HELPLESS,TANKS GOD ON 5-99FAUNDED SMALL LIGHT IN THE WAY FRE'S PROGRAM,I CONTACT HIM AND ENCOURAGE MIKE TO START BOTH TREATMENT TOGETHER.VITAMINES. AND QUIMO.AFTER ONE MONTH RECUPERATION IS SO VISIBLE. MIKE FILLS BETTER AND STONG.WE DESIRE TAKE 3 WEEKS VACATION TO VISITING HIS FAMILY IN GREECE.QUIMO STOP FOR 3 WEEKS BUT NOT THE VITAMINS.WE ENJOID OUR VACATION.FRED IS VERY NICE PERSON AND MAKE YOU FILL YOUR ARE NOT ALONE.HI ALWAYS IS THERE.MIKE IS WORKING, DRIVING AND EAT A LOT ALMOST NORMAL LIFE. "TANK'S FRED". MIKE & JOSEPHINE


Posted 12/21/1999 02:02 pm by MIKE & JOSEPHINE
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