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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Husband is in last stage of colon cancer. Can't eat.

Husband is in last stage of colon cancer. Can't eat. Drinks very little. Has seizures without visible convulsions and vomists profusely bile right afterward. Always confused during this. Trying to determine how much more he will endure before death. Its awful. If this isn't free then you should say so right upfront. Wasted my time.
Wed, 2 Mar 2016
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