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IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY DEAR MO
My mom was 64 when diagnosed it was November 2006, she had a tumor inside
water, they could see it in the scanner. She got surgery and they removed the
water,tumor and a part of the pancreas.When she came home she was fine
planning chemotherapy for when she recover from surgery but suddenly she
didn't feel well and was admitted to the hospital again, she was yellow and
had fever. She also had liquid in the lungs. She was transfered to intensive
care, she was too tired lost weight...everything and finally passed December
8, 2006. All this happened in one month, she did not know she had it until
her abdomen hurt too much, she thought it was from stress.
My mom was a very active woman, full of energy, so young, I cannot recover,
it was so fast, I keep on crying, I miss her, but I have 3 children myself
so I have to be strong.
I am 34, lost my dad from diabetes 4 years ago and now my mother, it has been
I am left with memories of my parents and I will always keep them living in
Posted 01/11/2007 06:07 pm by Isabel daughter
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