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A Real Update (wonderful news)

A little more than 6 weeks ago I started this journey. One week ago tonight I had a 10+ hour surgery that was intended for 4-6 hours to remove this mass and a large portion of my liver. The complexity … Continue reading

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On the move

Just got kicked out of the ICU, found a new home in the step down ICU. Having fun. Thanks for all your support it’s greatly appreciated. Andrew

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Surgery update

Andrew is in Jeff’s ICU after the expected removal of his tumor and part of his liver. He’ll stay sedated until the morning. More updates during his recovery. Thank you all for your continued love, prayers and healing energy.

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The latest

I met with my surgeon yesterday. The next step is laparoscopic surgery on Tuesday, May 8th. Provided that the PET scan was correct and there are no additional nodules of cancer in my abdomen discovered during this procedure, they would … Continue reading

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Time…

Waiting, worrying, trying not to spend every moment on Google in an effort to self diagnose. My primary care physician has been careful to leave the actual diagnosis to the specialists, but he is very worried. I’ve been seeing him … Continue reading

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Living uncertain

It’s been five days since I received the gut punch (almost literally) that I had a large growth on my liver. The ultrasound revealed a 10cm mass, but it couldn’t be identified. An MRI the next day was still inconclusive, … Continue reading

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