in january 2009 i lost my uncle to pancreatic cancer. my mum had just been on the phone and i remember walking downstairs to see if she was okay because she had been crying. and she broke down and told me that they had found my uncle had pancreatic cancer non-operable and was given 6 months to live... he was not meant to be around for christmas. my uncle was around for christmas and it was the most special christmas ever. on january 30th i lost my wonderful uncle he had been going for days and i finally got the call. i miss him so much more than words can say. everyone one keeps saying it gets easier well its not its getting harder. i love him
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