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    gseth posted:
    It is not funny.
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    riverratttt47w responded:
    no it isn't, I have issues as well from small intestine cancer, had one tumor removed with upper endo surgery and doc said he got it all and even called my wife to assure her the same. turns out he was wrong as my encronoligist sent me for body scan and found more lower and go Wednesday to talk with surgeon as to what type surgery and or treatments, this is all new to me and have lost parents to cancer as well so yes this scares me but trying to keep a good outlook. there is a site through American Cancer Society called Whatnext that is awesome and the people are of great help as it has ones that have been through it or getting ready to as well as caregivers to answer questions as they know a lot as well as they deal with patients like us. wish you the best my friend...prayers and blessings your way


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