My mother in law,got pancreatic cancer,diagnosed a couple of months ago,last Tuesday she was up out of bed and went to the hospital,on wednesday she had a blood test,they said she was fit enough to have a biopsy she was skin and bone,and my husband and i said no she is to weak, but thursday they did go ahead with the biopsy,she came home the same day after about 4 hours after surgery,friday mum was bleeding internally, sickness and bowels,we rushed her to hospital,they put adrip of morphine in ,no,food or water,put her in a room of her own and sunday 16th of december she passed away at 7.25am the phone call,none of us can believe what happened and why did she have a biopsy when she wasnt fit enough,GOD BLESS YOU MUM. R.I.P.
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