Tumor

Surgery Update
It all started with a tumor thing on the end of my finger. I did a post on it in November and asked advice. I ignored that advice, like most men do, until Brenda got a good look at it and decided it was a tumor thingy.  BYW, this post is being written under the influence of Hydro/Oxy something …
What’s Wrong With Mee
If you were to ask Brenda "What's wrong with me." she would answer "What isn't." Hey it is an easier answer. But last week I had surgery to remove a tumor type thing from the third finger on my right hand.  It was gross, bloody and hurt like H...
I Can’t Keep My Thoughts On Track
Between this stupid tumor thing on the end of my finger to the Denver Broncos being in the Superbowl Sunday, I just can't keep my thoughts on track. I'm all over the road at work, Bronco articles, research on my finger, cool article about an asteroid that is going to hit the earth or not o…
My Life With Cancer, It Really Should Be A Fight, Part 29
It's been an interesting week waiting for the results from my CAT Scan and from the Mayo Clinic on my tumor. I realized today that I am stressed thinking about it. I have to go through radiation and the doctors want me to do Chemo, even though there is no evidence of cancer anywhere else in my …
My Life With Cancer “Go Ahead And Freak Out”
If you look real close you will see me standing behind the photographer.
I'm at Axiom off 84 and Meridian road yesterday afternoon, when I remembered to call my doctor to get this tumor on my back checked.  Well I was working on my back when the tumor reminded me it needed some attention...
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.
Now we have a problem, the doctors still want me to do Chemo and…
My Life With Cancer “Uh-oh” (Part 3)
When we got back from the "Mee at Sea" cruise, I got an appointment at Ada West Dermatology.  I went through all the initial appointments and then came surgery day. It was a Friday afternoon (I wanted the weekend to recuperate), I was all numbed up and prepped in a surgery cha…
My Life With Cancer, Now That Ain’t Normal (Part 2)
At times in life you will come across "Now That Ain't Normal", usually it will involve a brother, sister, cousin or mother-in -law.  In my case I was able to add some strange bumps to the list.
Just before Thanksgiving 2004, I noticed some bumps that seemed to suddenly app…