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Korherr812

New York, USA

entsminger (Scott) if I'm not mistaking your surgery is today. All the best with this nasty disease that it seems more and more people get. I look forward to seeing your posts soon.
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Turpin

Indeed , best wishes Scott.

T.
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HeavyHitter32

All the best and wishing for a speedy recovery.
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Ray200

Best wishes and hope you have a speedy recovery.

Ray
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jastrain

colon surgery is a" pain in the ass" ha ha ha--but very treatable!!!--the most treatable form of cancer, actually!--so dont worry--they say most people will get this cancer as they get older but only the lucky ones are able to find it and treat it--you are among the lucky
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RX Fitness

New York, USA

Best wishes Scott.
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Hitit

Didn't know bout this.....BUT, all THE BEST TO YOU SCOTT!!

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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

Best Wishes, fellow Scotto. Keep that PMA at a maximum and I'm sure you'll be fine!

Best,
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Dan Davidson

Connecticut, USA

Get back soon....the board's not the same without you!!!!
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natemason5

Ontario, CAN

Good luck with surgery Scott, and to a speedy/safe recovery.

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jn6047

All the best.

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perrymk

Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

Power through Scott(y) you're far from beam up time! As I said before my thoughts are with you.

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Andrew
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DNAHelix

New York, USA

Get well soon Scott!
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Tony Williams

All the best, my friend.

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DownUnderLifter

Best wishes mate and get well soon.

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karthik2504

All the best and wish you a speedy recovery

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NewYorker

New York, USA

Best wishes for a speedy and full recovery
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AI1963

Here's hoping you'll soon be back to living longer, stronger. Best wishes for a full and speedy recovery.
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FortCollinsFan

Here's to a speedy recovery, Bradda!
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marcrph

Portugal

Get well soon!


Marc
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eintology

California, USA

... Moreover.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
Hey thanks for all the kind words guys! I was very touched to see such a response from so many! I went in for surgery last Wednesday and they cut out a big chunk of my colon that had a large cancerous tumor. Luckly they used laproscopic methods to remove it instead of just slicing my gut open like they do sometimes. I was up and walking in 2 days and now I'm home ( first time on the computer) taking mile walks to get my digestive track back to working. I won't be doing any abb crunches soon, ha ha, as the three holes they went in with in my stomach still hurt when I cough or bend. I have to see the encologist tomorrow to see if I need chemo or not??In the preliminary results they didn't see any spread of cancer into the lymph nodes but the tests aren't done yet. I keep complaining how tired I get from doing hardly anything and my wife keeps telling me to just sit and relax as I just has major stomach sugery. Thanks again guys, believe it or not you guys mean alot to me!!
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Korherr812

New York, USA

entsminger wrote:
==Scott==
Hey thanks for all the kind words guys! I was very touched to see such a response from so many! I went in for surgery last Wednesday and they cut out a big chunk of my colon that had a large cancerous tumor. Luckly they used laproscopic methods to remove it instead of just slicing my gut open like they do sometimes. I was up and walking in 2 days and now I'm home ( first time on the computer) taking mile walks to get my digestive track back to working. I won't be doing any abb crunches soon, ha ha, as the three holes they went in with in my stomach still hurt when I cough or bend. I have to see the encologist tomorrow to see if I need chemo or not??In the preliminary results they didn't see any spread of cancer into the lymph nodes but the tests aren't done yet. I keep complaining how tired I get from doing hardly anything and my wife keeps telling me to just sit and relax as I just has major stomach sugery. Thanks again guys, believe it or not you guys mean alot to me!!


Glad to hear it! Good to have you back!
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dipsrule

Pennsylvania, USA

Get well soon
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