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    dad is in the icu. he was and mds patient and got the pcp pneumonia

    his mds has also progressed to aml …..doctors do not sound optimistic. please pray for my dad.

    Russ P.

    You have my prayers. Don’t give up hope and consider getting help from a Center of Excellence that has experience with AML.

    Alice S

    Dear Rahul

    Prayers coming your way for your father and you from Mom and me.

    Doctors don’t know everything! They gave Mom hours to live on four occassions in 10 days during the first two weeks of May 2008 – she is home again! The Doctors called it a miracle!

    Thanks for the information in your email. Interesting to say the least, but with God on our side, we’ll squeeze out every second from this life.

    Take care and have Faith.


    Miracles do happen, know that you and your father and family are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Jo L.

    Rahul –
    How is your dad doing today? We haven’t seen a posting in a couple of days and I was wondering about him. I hope all news is good.


    Harold P

    Don’t give up. Ask for second opinions & research the internet. I know your dad is a strong man with a great will to survive this horrific disease. Tell him to stay strong & optimistic. We will keep your dad & your entire family in our thoughts & prayers. Please keep us posted so we know how he is doing.


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