Thanks folks, for your replies.
Had dinner w/BFF & hubby Thurs. Honestly he looks the same; was stunned how she
looked. Lack of sleep, stress, dealing w/insurance for days. Need I say more? He did mention the pain meds didn't help w/the chest pressure. Apparently they have opened-bottomed tables now, once you're stripped they can do scans, whatever from underneath. He's a builder by trade, though not hucking lumber anymore, still working & he was building a wheelchair ramp for the neighbor. Was in the 80's that day. He took a swim in their pool, light dinner, had a beer & they were headed out to her sister's place to help by taking her something as BFF's sister is a ST IV breast cancer patient. Only criticism the doc had was the brand of beer he drank. He would definitely be flying w/the angels had timeline played out differently.
He did have hip surgery in late Dec. 2016. Wonder if possible a blood clot formed from that. My son asked the same thing & BFF said she had read something about that. Suppose anything is possible. Labs are good. Gave him some nitro, but doc said he'd probably never have to use it. They'll followup w/cardiologist next week within their network of doctors. The point being: Some things are beyond our control.
As far as snl. They live in Oregon not far from our KennyT's (RIP KT) location. Oregon has cancer centers @ some of the larger hospitals & a teaching hospital in Portland as well. Certainly not any hospitals in the top list nationally. I knew pancreatic cancer was a beast, hard to treat, but not much about it other than very painful. Had an uncle from the Midwest die from it about 15 yrs ago or so. All I remember is he couldn't eat & was in a lot of pain. I was hoping maybe Keytruda was a player for pc since fasttracked by the FEDS, but thinking it may not be from reading I have done today. Maybe 1 or 2% for msi-H.
The good of course, is my grandson. He is my Sunshine...my only Sunshine. You make me happy when skies are grey. You'll never know, Dear, how much I love you. Please don't take my Sunshine away! Remember that song? That's "our song."
Yep, wearing the "strap ons"