Study finds infection, other complications more likely for patients with difficult lives
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You are an inspiration. I wish you the best there is. My husband survived three years with stage IV stomach cancer and lost his valiant effort on February 22, 2008. He fought to the very end but his quality of life was not good. Stopped Taxol treatments December 20 (doc wanted to give him a break from chemo which he had resumed in March 2007 due to liver mets). My prayers go with you. Peace.
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