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Anonymous was posted 07/31/2007 06:09 pm by CindyNC
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Dear Anon, If it's any comfort, my husband - stage IV PC- had his Whipple surgery aborted since they found, thru laparoscopic procedure, that he had mets to the liver. Later on, during his second chemo treatments, he had a few more small spots. The first liver small tumors were found in August, 2006. A year later he is stabilized and his liver has been functioning fine all along!!! Now, everyone is a little different. But hope you don't go picturing the Worst Case Scenarios for him. In fact, personally, we think we do better when we fight hard on every front of his needs but always keep a picture in our minds of the Best Case Scenario!!! Doctors agree that Attitude can make a big difference in outcomes.

Wishing you and family the best!! Sorry you have to be here but glad you're in the right place.

Love, Cindy

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