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Congrats dude. Keep kicking its ass!



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Wow! I didn't even know this was happening with you.

I sincerely hope for your full recovery.



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Exquisite news! Congrats!



Nice going man. Keep on fighting!



Here's to more good news! :D



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Thanks so much guys.
It's been an absolutely terrifying few months that's felt like years, but it's starting to look like I'm probably gonna be okay.
That said, I'm not out of the woods just yet, but the prognosis is promising.



I didn't think there would be a direct this week, cos I'm a pessimistic dunce.

Happy for you Curl. :)

Never doubted you were stronger than this crap. 

Here’s hoping you get fully cancer free real soon so you can move on to more joyful life moments.



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The no spread, ontop of it shrinking significantly... your half way there, to being cancer free.



Finally got a date... for surgery!

I'm due to go in to have my cancer removed on the 14th of April. 

I'll be in hospital for one to two weeks afterwards, and I'm going to permanently lose sensation in my foot since they'll be taking out a sizable chunk of one of the main nerves in my leg, but that's a small price to pay. I will still be able to walk, and honestly I'd be fine with an amputation if that would solve the problem.

In just 29 days the tumor should be gone.

Last edited by curl-6 - on 15 March 2020

I didn't think there would be a direct this week, cos I'm a pessimistic dunce.

curl-6 said:

Finally got a date... for surgery!

I'm due to go in to have my cancer removed on the 14th of April. 

I'll be in hospital for one to two weeks afterwards, and I'm going to permanently lose sensation in my foot since they'll be taking out a sizable chunk of one of the main nerves in my leg, but that's a small price to pay. I will still be able to walk, and honestly I'd be fine with an amputation if that would solve the problem.

In just 29 days the tumor should be gone.

Not gonna lie, I'm kinda sad that you will lose sensation on your foot. I was hoping for no side effects at all. But if you'll still going to be able to walk, I guess that's really a small price to pay.

Keep it up, it's almost over.