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My deepest sympathies to both of you, and wishing you the very best for the future. Face the challenges ahead with strength.

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In Short my best friend , soul mate and wife fell of her horse in October . She was blue lighted away to hospital . Part of the treatment was a CT scan . This reviled no broken bones . Brill we said . However on the discharg sheet there was a note , in bold , to say this needs the attention of your GP . A plumbing issue was detected . A few weeks later my wife called at the surgery to pick up a prescription . Whilst there she asked about the " thing " that was flagged up .  No news at all , so thought nothing of it . 5 months late ( now ) she goes in for an un related thing and asked the GP about the " plumbing " issue thing . He says what you on about  . She says on my discharge note from when I fell off the horse . He says What ? She ( working at another doctors practice ) shows him on his computer . He gets all defensive and says she should have followed it up .  She has a dilated pancreatic duct . We googled it and it says there is a 60% chance of pancreatic cancer , for which there is no positive out come .  18 months at best two years at most . My wife bless her says she will now go shop lifting until she dies   .  I lover so much and she makes me laugh . She says look after the kids mate .   I say sure I will , you know that . We have a case for negligence but what is the fucking point ?    


So sorry bud, i really don’t know what to say.
Keep tour chin up.
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In Short my best friend , soul mate and wife fell of her horse in October . She was blue lighted away to hospital . Part of the treatment was a CT scan . This reviled no broken bones . Brill we said . However on the discharg sheet there was a note , in bold , to say this needs the attention of your GP . A plumbing issue was detected . A few weeks later my wife called at the surgery to pick up a prescription . Whilst there she asked about the " thing " that was flagged up .  No news at all , so thought nothing of it . 5 months late ( now ) she goes in for an un related thing and asked the GP about the " plumbing " issue thing . He says what you on about  . She says on my discharge note from when I fell off the horse . He says What ? She ( working at another doctors practice ) shows him on his computer . He gets all defensive and says she should have followed it up .  She has a dilated pancreatic duct . We googled it and it says there is a 60% chance of pancreatic cancer , for which there is no positive out come .  18 months at best two years at most . My wife bless her says she will now go shop lifting until she dies   .  I lover so much and she makes me laugh . She says look after the kids mate .   I say sure I will , you know that . We have a case for negligence but what is the fucking point ?    
Am so so sorry to hear this stubby my mrs lost her father few months ago I felt all the way through his illness it should of been spotted so much earlier !! My heart goes to you and your family
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So so sorry too read this stubby.

I cant offer any kind of advice or consolation but my family and i have your family in our thoughts.

Try too be positive for your Mrs sake.

Really sorry mate.

 

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sorry ta read this Stubby.  Tell her to keep her chin up and you keep all 3 of yours up too!   40 is still a big number,  she just needs to aim and go for it. Keep on truckin' xx

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