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  • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

    Hello, My dad was diagnosed last july 2018 with stage 4 bile duct and liver cancer.  A tumor was found and after many biopsy and testing it came back stage 4 Cholangiocarcinoma. The doctor gave him 6-9 months. I dropped to the floor in disbelife. He began chemo in August of 2018 and , after that it was all down hill.  He kept getting infections, like sepstis and septic and fungial bacteria. He could not get...

    July 16 at 5:16 PM view post
    • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

      Hello, My dad was diagnosed last july 2018 with stage 4 bile duct and liver cancer.  A tumor was found and after many biopsy and testing it came back stage 4 Cholangiocarcinoma. The doctor gave him 6-9 months. I dropped to the floor in disbelife. He began chemo in August of 2018 and , after that it was all down hill.  He kept getting infections, like sepstis and septic and fungial bacteria. He could not get...

      July 16 at 5:13 PM view post
      • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

        confusion and hallucination is to be expected. Just go along with the hallucinations. My dad kept telling me their was a flood in the hallway and their wasn't but i told him " don't worry dad i clean it up" and he was at ease with that. He had a few of those and we just went along with it. He also confused his urine cup with his water bottle so he had to be closely watched. He'd also kept pulling and tugging at his d...

        May 20 at 5:10 PM view post
        • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

          Anytime! I am in the middle of becoming an avocate for cholangiocarcinoma. I submitted my application and now have some training to complete. If you have any other questions on anything about this cancer or what to expect let me know. I will try to help you the best i can. Hang in there. One day at a time.. baby steps  :) Val 

          May 20 at 5:00 PM view post
          • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

            anytime! Stay strong god bless!

            May 16 at 3:33 PM view post
            • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

              I'm the daughter of a cancer patient as well. In july 2018 my dad was diagnosed with bile duck and liver cancer stage 4. I felt like someone threw bricks at my chest. I couldn't believe my dad was sick. He was 74 years old. In July the doctors gave him 6-9 months to live.. He lived 8 months and passed away this march 2019. I know how you feel. I've watched my strong father got tobeing bed ridden, his beautiful amile ...

              May 14 at 2:53 PM view post
              • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

                Not if they have c-diff.... 

                May 13 at 6:53 PM view post
                • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

                  Just checking into see how you are?

                  May 02 at 4:28 PM view post
                  • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

                    Chemo will throw everything off. It will destroy your imuune system. be careful in public, wear masks, always wash your hands and also thr people that visit you. What kind of cancer do you have? Not being able to walk is from the chemo, it makes you very weak and if yu are not active you will lose mussel mass,, keep in touch!! Val Staten Island

                    May 02 at 4:26 PM view post
                    • Valeriepannone has replied to a post on the message board

                      he passed away March 23rd :(

                      May 01 at 4:58 PM view post
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                      Bile Duct Cancer, Liver Cancer

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