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Whipple Survivor was posted 08/25/1997 11:50 pm by frank C
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I had a pyloris sparing Whipple Operation in Jan. 95. Six weeks after the operation, I started Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez's program of Pancreatic Enzymes and other supplements. While the first 6 mo. after the operation was hell, I slowly regained my str ength, started running again and currently play tennis 3 days a week. I feel great, even though the regimen of Dr. Gonzalez is very intensive, and changes your life style dramatically. I don' tknow if I can be slassified as cured(Dr. Gonzalez would prefer you to be free of the cancer for at least 5 years before I should be declared cured. I am 62 years old. If you want any further info, please let me know.

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