On 19 February 2018 at 05:17, Roland Francis <roland.fran...@gmail.com>
> The following is an indicative paragraph from the link below:
> “Currently, there are no effective screening tests to detect pancreatic
> cancer. It is often difficult for a doctor to distinguish between
> pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) and pancreatic cancer. Both
> conditions present similar symptoms and may look the same on radiology
> scans. Most patients require exploratory surgery to establish a diagnosis
> of pancreatic cancer and determine the extent of the disease.”
> Lilavati Hospital has indicated that no surgery will be done on Parrikar.
> It may indicate that a definite diagnosis of pancreatitis has been made or
> that at Stage IV, no surgical exploration is necessary.
> Perhaps our radiation oncologist Goanetter Dr Gilbert Lawrence can correct
> or enlighten. In general terms of course.
> Roland Francis
RESPONSE: First he was rushed from GMC Bambolim to Lilavati in Bombay.
Then he was under treatment by an Oncologist.
He was supposed to attend the Parliamentary session in Goa. Now this has
been curtained by 3 days due to his non presence.
I take Lilavati's press briefing to be factual, that it is not cancer. If
not the renowned hospital's reputation will be shattered in tatters!
On F.B. there are a lot of people writing that what goes around come
around, there are also people who are generous and forgiving.
The Coal issue has to be resolved, the Iron ore mining has to be
resolved....why was the process done without adhering to what was required
i.e. an auction of the licenses not a carry one!!!
DEV BOREM KORUM