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Momma. Pancreatic cancer. Not fair. Sad.

by Kathi_Carter on January 4, 2011   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


My mother was a colon cancer survivor--5 years. She was the bravest person I ever knew. They told her she had tumors in her liver and we all assumed the colon cancer had returned. She was ready to fight it. The biopsy came back pancreatic cancer...no treatment...no cure. She didn't shed a tear. They gave her 6 months - she said she would tear up the next year. She only lived 10 days. God Bless her - she lived every minute of every day of her life. I miss you Momma. I only wish I could be so brave. I am proud to be your daughter.

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