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@grandpabob

Hello @cindy60,
I am not familiar with your husbands potential diagnosis, but want to let you know that I learned first hand there is always room for a lot of hope.

Not panicking and jumping to conclusions is very difficult but is something you should strive for.

Some advice that I received after being diagnosed was to not rely a lot on the information on the intranet.
My Doctor advised that most diagnosis usually impact people in different ways, as a result the information would not likely be accurate in my circumstance. I found this to be true and was thankful we followed her advise.

Does your clinic offer support services such as social, dietary and physical activity programs that you can utilize should you require them?

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Thank you for your reply. At this stage we have been told that the surgeon feels that this is 100% treatable so I guess I have to hang on to that for now. apparently is very rare and limited resources where we live feel very alone as this

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