My story is getting old. But there are always so many new people. NOW STOP IT AND GO AWAY! NO MORE KIDNEY CANCER!!!!!!!!
Sorry, I exhaled and it came out loud.
What I want to say is hang tough. Force yourself to fight. Too many give up. That bugs me to no end. Unfortunately some fight and lose. I cry about that. Way to sad for me. It hurts so much. I do take it personally whenever a poor outcome is inevitable. So proud of the lucky ones. I am one. Why me? I don't know. I am here because I got lucky. Part of my luck is because I didn't accept giving up. I was fortunate to have recieved the opportunity to recieve MDX-1106. Now I am living!!!!!!!
Ramble ramble ramble......... So keep fighting or I'll send some nasty bikers your way to kick your a**.
I tell you this today because I am alive despite a poor prognosis. Not only am I alive, I can beat anyones a** because I stay in good shape. I FIGHT!
I have had many many tumors go away. Some remain in my bones. Man, they can hurt. I've had times that breathing, sneezing and coughing can put me to the floor. I have probably passed out many times. Then when I can, I exercise. I run. I lift light weights. Do you know why I lift light weights?.............
It's because I can't lift heavy ones!!!!!!!!!( that joke never gets old) Doesn't stop me from being as aggressive and mean as I can be against cancer.
Why this story? Because today I agreed to golf with my buddies today. I was scared sh**less. The broken ribs hurt. I figured that easy swings, chips and putts may not kill me. And guess what? After a few holes, I was playing well. I am pumped.
So anyway, tomorrow I go fo my 24th infusion. With an extra dose of zometa added. First an intern or aprn sees me. Basic screening to prepare my doctor for whats up. Since my doctor gives me a big hug after our visit, I want to prepare her. I am going to ask the intern or aprn to tell my doctor to go take a leak before she sees me.
I am going to squeeze the pi** out of her!!!!! Thank you Dr. Kluger! I'm afraid I'll squeeze her to hard tomorrow. I hope she has been exercising too. I don't want to hurt her. I love that woman! Thank you, thank you, thank you.
So,.....keep fighting. Don't give up. Get lucky! It only happens if you expose yourself to it.
I love you guys. Thanks for being my friends. We fight as a team.
FLY. Fox loves you.
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