Lea Lemon|Jun 29, 2019
Bob, in 2007 I donated 60 % of my liver to my husband who had cancer from Agent Orange. I was in the hospital for 7 days. I had very little pain and didn't need or want pain meds after a few days. ( I know that that is not often the case but in mine it was). I considered it a miracle and blessing. I returned to work 8 weeks from the day as a waitress. We had ours done at Northwestern in Chicago. Neither John nor I needed blood either. I am so glad you changed oncologist. I will continue to keep you and your family in my prayers. Lifting you up in prayers. Hugs and prayers, Lea
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Lind Pegg|Jun 29, 2019
Indeed a tough and frustrating week.
However, God prevails and sent you a surgeon to remove that nasty thing.
We’ll be praying for a complete recovery.
Miracles DO happen! Stay strong!
Hugs, Linda and Michael
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Maurita Fischer|Jun 28, 2019
I'm thankful that your surgeon will be able to remove the tumor. A good oncologist is imperative. I switched my oncologist and was better off. I hope you find a competent one. My prayers continue for you and your family.
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Pat Schaefer|Jun 28, 2019
Hang in there, Praying for the surgery, recovery, and your family also.
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