How long does she have? (Cancer)?

Question by Jackie Moon: How long does she have? (Cancer)?
A friend of mine has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. I know the average time is 6 months but she is very fit and they found it quite early. She is 50 years old.


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Answer by You ain’t got no pancake mix!
I think that you and her should watch “The Bucket List” and that movie will tell you everything. Just trust me. God bless her soul.

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    Adrian May 17, 2013 at 6:01 am

    A family friend of mine has pancreatic cancer. She lasted a year and 8 months with it, but it became very hard.. Do everything the doctors say. Hope God gives you a miracle and allows her to be one of the survivors!

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    Susie Q May 17, 2013 at 6:10 am

    Having cancer has nothing to do with being fit. Its a disease that attacks the thin ,overweight. young & old.
    Read this it may answer some of your questions.

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    Nonuna May 17, 2013 at 6:49 am

    The problem is that nobody really knows for sure, and nobody here will be able to tell you.

    Just to give you an idea, I had two relatives who were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, one was in her mid-fifties, the other is in her late 60’s.

    The one in her mid-fifties, died within six weeks of receiving the diagnosis.

    The one in her late 60’s is still alive, and has lived past the time the doctors had predicted. In fact, she’s doing rather well.

    So nobody truly knows.

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    blake g May 17, 2013 at 7:16 am

    all that matters is the will to live. the doctor gave my mom 8 months and she pretty muched slapped the doctor when he said that.( he said in his 22 years of being a doctor no one has ever hit him). also eating healthy is a big part surgar is the cancer favorite food. so no surgar and eat pretty much a veagen diet and you can stop the cancer in its tracks since you to its food sorce away. when i mean surgar i mean all surgar like bread, fruit, candy, or and surgary foods.

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    Meg May 17, 2013 at 8:11 am

    There is no answer for this really, anything can happen. I know a woman who has had it for over three years. Didn’t Patrick Swayze have it for years and years? The best thing to do is just live each day as it comes. It would be awful for your friend to live for another few years and you spent all that time being sad about it. You want to be able to look back on her life with fond memories. Who knows what treatment will be found in the next few years, never give up hope.

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