I'm playing a senior patient reporting his experiences about Cancer.
English (North American)
North American, US General American (GenAm), US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes)
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it hit us both like a ton of bricks. When a nurse actually said to us, Well, guys like you in your condition usually don't live five years, and then, uh, we're like, What do you mean? And she goes, you're in chronic heart failure and Jill and I both looked at each other and what I'm in chronic heart failure. Holy macro Way. Didn't want that. But this is great that the staff here really takes the pressure off the The main thing is that everyone's attitudes the patients, doctors, nurses, support staff there. Oh, very warm, Very positive, Encouraging. If you have a good thought in you, though no spirit, it's it's pretty darn comforting. My doc said. You know, even though you have this issue, you stayed fit. You haven't stopped living your life. And I think that's one of the reasons that he pushed me to have the surgery. Even though my longevity is somewhat in question the uncertainty, I think you just have to accept that you don't know