well... at first my grandpa was doing fine, and the doctors where very optomistic. a year ago, the doctors told my grandpa he had a medium sized tumor in his colon, which could easily be removed and if all went well, he wouldn't have to do chemo and he would be fine... they thought he was fine, and said all went well. but it hadn't. they missed part of the tumor, and thinking they hadn't, didn't put my grandpa on chemo. now... my grandpa is paying for their mistakes. he now has stage 4 colon cancer, that has spread from his colon to his liver and lymphnodes. i hate that this is happening to my grandpa, and i hate to think he is sick. I am really scared for him, but me and my eleven year old brother kyle know we have to be strong for my grandma and my daddy. i'm scared guys, and i don't know what to think. please help me. i thought i was prepared, but when i saw he lost all of his hair yesterday... i'm not so sure on how i am doing. i try to be strong, but now i am really scared for him.
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