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curl-6 said:
CaptainExplosion said:

If I were you, I'd have stomped the tumor repeatedly after it was removed. Just for extra catharsis. :)

Haha as satisfying as that would have been, it was taken away as medical waste and incinerated according to law haha. One of my friends actually joked about me asking if I could keep it in a jar. "Haha, who's laughing now ya little shit?"

Maybe up the satisfaction with that scenario by tapping the jar while saying "Don't like when I do this? Don't like it?! Don't like it?! Fuck you anyway!!". ^^



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Well, my 8-month-mark scans came back clean, no sign of cancer.
My next checkpoint will be my one year anniversary of removal in April where they'll give me a full body PET, CT, and MRI, what my doctor calls "A Burger with the Lot".
But that's getting ahead of myself, no need to start worrying about that yet. For the moment, it's all good.


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Amazing news!



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Good news. With 2020, the next year might bring more of the same. Nintendo should have a better Software year for sure.



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Great news.

I have a question, do you know how much time will it take until we can say that the cancer is gone for good? Will the next checkpoint going to be the final one? Sorry, I don't know how these things work.



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Thank you all so much. :)

Alex_The_Hedgehog said:

Great news.

I have a question, do you know how much time will it take until we can say that the cancer is gone for good? Will the next checkpoint going to be the final one? Sorry, I don't know how these things work.

With this particular type of cancer, I will be getting scans for 8 years afterwards before they declare it definitively "cured" but the scans will get less over time as it becomes less and less likely it will resurface; right now they're every 4 months but in a few years it might be every 6 or 12 months.



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