Good news (but please don’t stop praying for Joe McKamey)

It took a few days longer than anticipated to gather all the facts, but the bottom line is that my father-in-law has stage 4 pancreatic cancer, and has likely had cancer for perhaps as much as five years. Now, the good news (which we just found out yesterday evening) is that it is a rare form of this cancer which can actually be treatable, and the doctor specifically said, in terms of having X months left or anything like that, we’re not there yet. He has options; he has time. He starts chemo on Monday. My wife has been out there (Seattle) since 31 July; I head out there next weekend.

Keep praying.


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