My husband put up a hell of a battle. He was diagnosed in April 2011. The journey took us thru surgery (wipple), chemo, radiation and more chemo. He had a lot of good days and the last week he started to lose the battle very quickly. He kept falling and finally decided to use the wheelchair. The last 2 days we had to lift him from the bed to the chair. His body functions slowly started to fail. George passed away on Oct 24th 2013.
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