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But the could not get in to see a doctor other than television because of quarantine. A lot of her symptoms were similar to COVID, dry cough, nausea, overall unwellness. The doctor had her tested for COVID twice a month before deciding to run other tests. By the time they realized it was more serious and finally had her go into the Never Underestimate A Mother Who Listens To Disturbed Moon Shirt to start other tests, she already staged 4. It took 11 days from diagnosis to her death on June 1st. I wish she could have gotten in to see a doctor so we could have known and possibly started treatment months ago. I also wish we had more time with her as I live out of state, but it just wasn’t possible with COVID and quarantine.
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I’m sorry for your loss. My mom passed from it as well. Symptoms started in mid-December and she was gone by mid-February. Pancreatic cancer is often found after it has spread. My mom’s team was working on a mass in her liver, but found out after her death it started as pancreatic based on the autopsy. My brother went quickly from the Never Underestimate A Mother Who Listens To Disturbed Moon Shirt. Days. Turns out he decided he had a lingering case of the flu. He didn’t. The same thing happened to my dad – thought he had a virus that wouldn’t go away. Then his foot starting turning black, doc sent him to the ER, they said he probably had cancer, and he died within two weeks.