My fervent wish is for everyone to stay healthy. I thank every one of you for your help.
Sorry I have not been here for a little while. Some unfortunate situations for friends have kept me occupied. And a friend just came over and was told he needed an RC after 2 TURB's. But he and his wife have good attitudes and will get thru this.
We also started racing the Caterham. 4 races..... 4 Wins! But they were hard fought indeed.
Light a man a fire and he is warm for an evening.
Light a man ON fire and he's warm forever.
08/08/08...RC neo bladder
New Man! [/size]
Congrats George!!!!! Think I am working on 3 years come this September. I found out that one can get adhesions after abdominal surgery such as IC and after 10 days they finally went in (my urologist who operated assisted) and untangled the mess, Found out that NG tube hurts like hell going in but sure helped getting through. Anyhow I am very, very pleased with your news and hope to follow your footsteps
Age 72 had radical 9/11/10 have conduit everything is fine, grateful to be a cancer survivor. Lost Dad and Brother to Cancer both in their 50's.
George, CONGRADS ON YOUR FIVE YEARS! You have been a blessing to this site and many of the people in need that come here. You were one of the people here that preceded me with the Neo surgery and played a big part in having the knowledge to comfort me through my surgery. Thank you for hanging out here and doing what you do.
Five years; We are the lucky ones!
Wishing you the best.
At the risk of highjacking George's thread (although I know he won't mind )...
@Celeste... congrats on getting an all clear. Enjoy your summer and breathe freely until your next appointment. As we all know... the couple of weeks before our cystos, we start to get a bit anxious but it would take Superman/woman not to feel that way. We love any and all good news!
Best wishes... Catherine
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TURBT 1/21/10 at age 55
Dx: T2aN0M0 Primary Bladder Adenocarcinoma
Partial Cystectomy 2/25/10
Vanderbilt Medical Center
Well, I'm glad you are not creeping away. I've been given a clean bill of health until I'm rechecked in August. I was so glad to hear it was non-invasive. Yet I'm still sort of holding my breath for the next report. (virtually that is, I don't want to die from lack of oxygen ) Congrats on 5 years clean.