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I also have placed this in God’s hands and have my Bible study ladies praying with and for me.
Where my tumor is the dr is concerned he would not be able to save the spleen as it is right up against the spleen blood vessels.
I’m wondering if after the surgery some of the issues I have had such as heartburn, not keeping food down, dizziness, bloating and high blood sugar that doesn’t respond to medicine effectively will lessen or go away. One can hope.
My poor pups will wonder why mom isn’t up cleaning or taking them for walks for a while. But I’m going to get back out there as soon as I can without hurting myself.
Your recovery sounds like it is going so well. I’ll keep you in my prayers.

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My wife received a diagnosis of mass of pancreas near tail of pancreas, and too many lesions on liver to count. Fast forward a bit, after 9 months of chemo CAP/TEM pills and Lanreotide injections, both tumors were reduced by 80% allowing for removal of smaller mass on pancreas, spleen removed, gall bladder removed, and debulk most of lesions on liver. She was a diabetic 2 before surgery, now considered a diabetic 1. Highly recommend the walking as soon as your able after surgery. She was in hospital for 6 days, before being sent home. Any other questions you have please let us know, we are happy to help you with info any way we can. 🙏🙏