Gretchen Janvrin: I know how you feel, my grandmother was diagnosed right after Thanksgiving last year. One month later we were told that she had stage 4. It was hard to deal with because, like you said, where do you go to deal with something like that? What happens when they are gone? My grandma is my favorite person on Earth and she is also my hero!
Jessiey Chabot: Is she still alive, if I may ask? I still go deep into denial, mom will have a few really good days and I think how could she be dying and hoping she will still live on forever but then I'm told every time it spreads, which is sooo fast. She also has MS and is bed ridden, so Its like its attacking her just that much faster
Gretchen Janvrin: I am sorry to tell you that, that's how pancretic cancer is...they will have a couple of great days. But us, our loved ones will die. My grandmother passed away this past October....it was hard since the last couple of days were great for her, she looked like she was really going to survive, however October 10, she passed...I am sorry Jessiey