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10-13-2019 10:02 AM
DCinCT sucks... like mentioned above, cherish any time you get to spend with him, and the family.
Will Keep in my prayers.
10-12-2019 09:59 AM
Woodswoman
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New prayers and thoughts sent.
Attitude is key.
Keep praying and fighting.
This ^^. Spot on advice.

How about some virtual <<Hugs>>, brother?

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10-12-2019 08:31 AM
scorpion46 That's some tough news on your brother in law. Sorry to read this. The family togetherness is spot on. Prayers still continue for the family. Glad to hear your mother in law is going great.

Please keep the updates coming.
10-12-2019 02:10 AM
chromedome1954 New prayers and thoughts sent.
Attitude is key.
Keep praying and fighting.
10-12-2019 01:02 AM
guitarjim
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Originally Posted by Jeffrobombero View Post
The Cleveland Clinic docs gave him 3 to 6 years at best. He's barely 50. Cancer is super aggressive and has taken over 65% of his liver. In his lungs, spreading fast. They are starting with 3 months of chemo so his colon surgery heals completely. They will scan again. If they have slowed the spread, they can remove that much of the liver. If not, they will just continue with chemo and give him as much time as they can. They told him this is the kind you don't get rid of, you can just slow it down a little. So, we will know in 3 months if it's closer to 3 years or 6 left. I think he appreciated the honesty, but how do you even begin to process that? He has a 16 and an 18 year old. How do you tell them?
This is a very tough situation. The doctors are giving a very hopeful and best case scenario. Please encourage the family to spend as much time together living and enjoying each others presence. Maybe plan a family vacation as soon as possible. Try to create as many good memories as possible over the next 18 months.
10-12-2019 12:01 AM
Whiskey Damn bro. That's some bitter sweet news going on. I'm glad to hear your mother in-law is doing so well, but at the same time, I'm sad to hear about your brother in-law. I'll be praying for the best possible outcome for him.
10-11-2019 11:28 PM
Jeffrobombero My mother in law doesn't get to go home tomorrow as we had hoped. They want her blood count to be higher. Other than that, she's doing great. She hasn't been told the news about her son yet. Hard to type this.
The Cleveland Clinic docs gave him 3 to 6 years at best. He's barely 50. Cancer is super aggressive and has taken over 65% of his liver. In his lungs, spreading fast. They are starting with 3 months of chemo so his colon surgery heals completely. They will scan again. If they have slowed the spread, they can remove that much of the liver. If not, they will just continue with chemo and give him as much time as they can. They told him this is the kind you don't get rid of, you can just slow it down a little. So, we will know in 3 months if it's closer to 3 years or 6 left. I think he appreciated the honesty, but how do you even begin to process that? He has a 16 and an 18 year old. How do you tell them?
10-10-2019 03:31 AM
scorpion46 Outstanding news.
10-09-2019 11:50 PM
Jeffrobombero I don't know about the food they bring up to the rooms but their cafeteria is top notch. The one I stayed at for my pseudo apendectomy...well, there's a reason I lost 10 pounds in the hospital bed.
My wife just sent a picture of her making laps around the floor using a walker. That's a great sight to see.
10-09-2019 08:43 PM
scorpion46 Hospital food makes everyone throw up, sooner or later.
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