We found out last night that my husband's brother has had his colon cancer return, but it is in his lymphnodes this time. The biopsy came back positive yesterday. It makes me dread my test and wonder what is to become of him. What do I do....what do I say. His wife and him are so young still and that is what is so unfair. None of us are over 50 so no one was getting testing! What if they had of caught it earlier? What will happen to his daughter if he dies? What will we do? So many questions and no answers.
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