Juan Cueto did not feel sick. But he was rapidly losing weight and devastated with the knowledge that he had two life threatening health issues – cancer and a liver disease.
Doctors in another state told him there was no treatment; only a liver transplant would cure him of the primary sclerosing cholangitis he was diagnosed with in 2012. He was told this liver disease could lead to bile duct cancer – and it did.
“It was very frustrating. I felt like, ‘How long do I have?’ You start thinking about your kids, your future. Your life is going down,” said Mr. Cueto, a 46-year-old electrical engineer who lives in Frisco.
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