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I just read the update of James W. from his wife Terri. He lost his battle with cancer. With no e-mail given, I just want to use this means to convey tears and sympathy to Terri and family. We all feel your loss in a way only fellow victims can feel. Nothing anyone can say to change the outcome but these sad endings always bring to reality the seriousness of this disease. God bless James and be with his family as they adjust to their loss. Jon.
My deepest sympathy too to his wife and family. I have had this disease since 2014 and anything can happen. Worse still I am in a third world country (Zambia) where medical facilities are scanty and medicines inadequate. But so far God has been with me, but it is sad to lose a colleague due to this menace. May the One Above receive him with open arms, amen.
Thank you for your words, there are no words to express my devestation at this time. He fought hard, he never quit until he just collapsed, and hopefully someday they will find a cure for this wretched disease.
But I truly believe he is in a better place after all the pain he suffered for so long.