Cure for cancer?!

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    I was eating my sandwich...thanks a lot :squint:
     
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    ^ I imagine it looked like a hairball. ;)
     
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    Wow, insane.
    Going through radiation right now myself, doubt i coulda coughed mine up though - that would have been uh..painful.
     
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    Power to you man, my mother's been through a couple herself.
    If only we could all be so lucky as to "cough up the cure".
     
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    Jakke Pretty wisdomous

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    What an interesting freak accident, I mean, how low is the probability for something like that?

    Stealth, I imagine it looking a lot like a brown-reddish meatball...

    I remember we dissected a hen on highschool biology that had died from oviary cancer... Not very pleasant to look into that birdie, it was hard because of so much broken-down tissue that we had to call off the class, we couldn't see anything.


    And Trem, stay strong man, you'll make it:yesway:
     
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    Thanks guys.

    Yep all done. It sucked, and i feel like shit, but i'm not complaining.
    I didn't have to do Chemo so i feel very lucky. I saw a lot of little kids with no hair and stuff every day and it literally made me cry. I had no idea and most people probably don't have any idea how many people have cancer, it's INSANE. A Big eye opener.

    Anyway, now the only sucky thing is you don't actually know if you are cured in the long run... I don't actually go back to get scans and blood work for 3 months. :ugh: Kind weird but that's how it is.

    Not that it's ever really over, a person will have an Oncologist for the rest of their life and will be having scan and blood work the same, so get to revisit that shit on an annual basis. :squint:

    So even coughing it up,.. while convenient :lol: ain't the end of it.
     

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