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My Life With Cancer, “Great More Woods” Part 16

Almost three years would pass before I would notice some more bumps.  Sure enough it was back.  I knew the routine by then, so I got with Dr. Burr and this time there weren't any "Uh-Oh's." (see My Life With Cancer,  "Uh-Oh'  Part 3)  There was one of the most embarrassing moments of my life though

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My Life With Cancer “Side Effects, There Shouldn’t Be Any” Part 14

When you receive radiation they tell you aside from some redness (burning skin), there shouldn't be any side effects.  Yeah bu!!.

I got radiation, like 18 weeks of it, Monday through Friday, right on the tumor that was going down into my spine right at the base of my neck

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My Life With Cancer “No Really I’ve Been Waiting Right Here” Part 12

I found out in all the years anyone can remember, nobody had ever pranked the radiation tech's, not a single prank, that's sad.  So I made it my mission to come up with an epic prank, not just a prank but one that would change things

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My Life With Cancer, No Really It’s Safe (Part11)

 

At some point if you're going to have Radiation Therapy, you have to go into the Radiation Room.  If the picture from the last two posts isn't from St. Al's then there is another room that looks just like it.  B

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My Life With Cancer, Sure Is Gloomy In Here (Part 10)

 

Before you go into the big room and get nuked, they take you through a simulation.  Guess they want to find out if you're gonna' freak when left in a big room strapped to a table. You really get the feeling of how Frankenstein's Monster felt.  B

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My Life With cancer, Houston We Have A Problem (Part 9)

I love having the chance to befuddle someone, especially doctors.  Having tumors and not having Cancer anywhere else, doesn't happen very often.  But "doesn't happen very often" tends to be my life

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My Life With Cancer, OK I’ll Do It (Part 8)

The tumor that went into my spine was the one Doctors where the most worried about. They were sure they would find Cancer cells in my bones and blood.  So I made a deal, if they found it in those areas I would consider Chemo, (I did keep my fingers crossed when I made that deal though, no really I crossed them behind my back

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My Life With Cancer, Shaking Off The Pitch (Part 7)

Well dang it was official, I have Cancer and I'm pretty much a doctors worst nightmare.  In order to tell the next part of this story we have to go back in time.  In 1993, I was a physical nightmare, I was nearly 300lbs, had a cold that turned into an infection that almost killed me and had my first ever surgery with a tumor being removed

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My Life With Cancer, Keep That Thing Away From Me (Part 6)

When you're diagnosed with something like Cancer people talk to you differently.  They tilt their head (kind of like a dog hearing a whistle), talk to you in hushed tones (like the Cancer librarian will suddenly appear and tell you to shut up), and they always ask "are you OK"

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My Life With Cancer, They Never Call You In To The Office When It’s Good News (Part 5)

I've learned over the years that when it comes to medicine you will never get a phone call like this: "ring"...Hello?   Yes, Mr. Mee?   Yes this is him.  This is Dr. SoandSo's office.  Yes...  We have the results of your biopsy and you're gonna die

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