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Published: Tuesday, Aug. 9 2005 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Karen Wheeler

I am glad my brother-in-law will have Dr. Sean Mulvihill for liver cancer. We want to have our brother-in-law around for a long time. Thanks

Pat Pike

My little brother (39) is battling colon cancer which after removing half his colon has reappeared on his pancreas. We have left no stone unturned in finding the finest care & treatment for Mike. After looking into programs at Stanford and MD Anderson in Houston, Mike is completely comfortable in his choice to trust Dr. Mulvihill with his chances for winnning this war against cancer. If it is God's will, my brother will be one of Dr. Movihill's sucesses.

Dave Henderson

Dr. Mulvihill saved my life. After my local surgeon botched my gall bladder removal and obliterated my common bile duct, Dr. Mulvihill performed a Roux-En-Y-Jejunostomy on me 9/08 and 5 weeks later I returned to work FT. I've had no complications and the scar is minimal. Believe me, Dr. Mulvihill is THE BEST!!! I cannot thank him and God enough.


He is truly one of the best doctors out there.

Carol Keith

I am so happy to have a place to thank Dr Sean Mulvihill for saving my life. I am a 10 year plus 9 mo survivor of islet cell pancreatic cancer. I was given "no hope" by all the doctors in my area except one that told us about the best pancreatic surgeon in the country, Dr. Mulvihill. I wear my scar (that was nicely done i might add) as my badge of honor. I swear it looks like I have a 6 pack if I'm in a certain light, lol. Now I am 52 yrs old enjoying my husband and two daughters, son-in-law and my 3 wk old grandson. If it wasn't for him and my family I wouldn't be here. Thank you, and your team (at the time) for giving me a second chance at life. If anyone chooses Dr Mulvihill as their surgeon or for their loved one I know it's the best decision they will ever make. Kisses and hugs to Sean and his family!

Sincerely, Carol :)

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