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pancreatic cancer

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 27, 2006
  • 03:50 PM

I have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and am in the process of having treatment, my question to you is ; i am still smoking as usual and although i was originally told by the doctors that its incurable, they are still willing to continue giving me another course of treatment, but by me smoking as i know that i do, am i damaging what chances i may have of beating this illness, or possibly prolonging my life ? I await you reply, thankyou

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