Congressman John Lewis of Georgia diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer

Congressman John Lewis of Georgia diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer

In a shocking announcement, Congressman John Lewis of Georgia revealed that he had been diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer. The announcement was made by Mr. Lewis on Sunday. Mr. Lewis also said that the discovery was made after a routine visit to the doctor. Subsequent tests confirmed the presence of the cancer, he said.

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Considering "Stage 4 pancreatic cancer is incurable. While the median survival rate is around 3–6 months after diagnosis, some people live longer than this. Many individual factors, including age and general health, play a role in a person's outlook. Treatments can help people improve their quality of life and life expectancy." Rep. Lewis, please step down and give what time you have left to your family and friends. Your time in service has already been completed several times over.

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