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Re: Harry Reid resting well after pancreatic cancer surgery

If this would happen to be an islet cell tumor, the patient would have a better chance of survival.  

 

The mother of one of my former bosses had an islet cell tumor removed from her pancreas in her 80’s, recovered well, and lived nearly 7 more years before dying of a heart and lung issue.  

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Re: Harry Reid resting well after pancreatic cancer surgery

Does anyone actually think the family would come out with a public statement saying that it doesn't look good and we expect him to die within the next few years at most? No, nobody says that especially about a public figure.

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