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    Scottaysco asked a questionPancreatic Cancer

    What is the average life expectancy for 75 yr old inoperable stage IV pancreatic cancer.

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    • LuvinSis' Avatar

      Unfortunately pancreatic cancer in its late stages is more rapidly debilitating than many other cancers and has limited life expectancy. She can try chemo while also working with hospice.

      6 months ago
    • Whitey61's Avatar

      I know pancreatic cancer patients, 2 immediately come to mind...female friend going on 7 yrs, was not stage 4, but told she was terminal, other friend stage 4 , going on 3 yrs...everybody responds different...best of luck

      6 months ago
    • BarbarainBham's Avatar

      Scottaysco, "terminal diagnosis"? We're all terminal---we just don't know when. Lots of patients are Stage IV for years, so you need to talk to her doctor about your question, and remember miracles happen.

      I hope you have great quality time together.

      6 months ago
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