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my husband has sever corossiss of the liver also cancerous

my husband has sever corossiss of the liver also cancerous polyps in small intestine he has no large intestine he complained of chest pain but refuses to go to hospital could this be heart attack his blood pressure is 123/70 heart rate 115 o2 level 94
Wed, 24 Oct 2018
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