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Always happens to the best people, you never hear of drug-dealers getting cancer.
Dunno what to say.... worlds gone to hell.



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I enjoy the way he's taking this, it's not a 'oh no I'm going to make the best of the time I've got' (perfectly reasonable way to be)

He's just 'I'm going to kick this things ass for as long as physically possible'

Good luck John, I hope you go all five rounds with this cunt.



Tragic News.

I can't imagine the agony and pain he is experiencing now.

I wish him all the best



No. There's got to be something that can be done. Something!



Bryank75 said:
Always happens to the best people, you never hear of drug-dealers getting cancer.
Dunno what to say.... worlds gone to hell.

One does hear about them getting shot and chopped up though.



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That's terrible. I have lost several relatives due to cancer. I will keep him in my thoughts.



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Not a fan of the guy but I do understand his passion so the news does suck ...



I cannot imagine how horrible it would feel to be on his position, all my condolences to him, his friends, his family, his fans, and anyone who cares about him and his well-being. Why the fuck must this happen to people?! Good, honest people who earn the successful life they rightfully deserve. Life is just a fucking joke.



I'm now filled with determination.

Oh god...this is crushing news.
I wonder how it's possible that it's inoperable though. If it hasn't spread beyond the liver, wouldn't a liver transplant be an option? Obviously I know nothing of the specifics, just wondering.



SuperNova said:
Oh god...this is crushing news.
I wonder how it's possible that it's inoperable though. If it hasn't spread beyond the liver, wouldn't a liver transplant be an option? Obviously I know nothing of the specifics, just wondering.

Not sure, but it's really only the tip of the iceberg.  I'm reading that it's actually very very bad news.  TB's original cancer was in the bowel, and according to some Docs, it's very unlikely that cancer would spread from the bowel to the liver, without it having gone into the blood stream, which is much, much worse.