Type: Clear Cell RCC
Grade: Fuhrman nucleolar grade 2
Stage: pT1b Nx Mx
Good news... now I am crying and waiting to tell someone. I bet nobody comes in now. Or maybe nobody will feel it like I do.
But of course you all know.
lobbyist0724 Member Posts: 504 MemberCongratulations Steve! The
Congratulations Steve! The pathology report have been the most important report to me, since it pretty much dictates what is the long term treatment plan and what to expect in the future. I believe the worst part is over (perhaps it is the catheter ) Wish you a speedy recovery.
Bay Area Guy Member Posts: 600 Memberedited February 2017 #4Great news Steve! You can't
Great news Steve! You can't cry any more than I did when I got my path report the next morning. Now you can focus on recovering!0
I need you to help me
Now that you are a survivor and your little bugger was the same size as mine, I need you to help me with the newbies over the next 10 or 20 years. Are you up to it? Just take it easy for the next weeks and months. No bungee jumping or croc wrestling until next year at the earliest. I waited almost 11 months after my neph to go Water skiing.
Footstomper Member Posts: 1,237 Memberedited February 2017 #11Great news, but you still
Great news, but you still dont have to run a marathon this week.0
rhominator Member Posts: 233 MemberCoolness!
Great news, Steve!
Skagway Jack Member Posts: 224 Memberedited February 2017 #15Awesomeness!!
Deanie0916 Member Posts: 593 MemberGood news
Great to hear, heal up quick!0
Steve.Adam Member Posts: 463 Member
Gotta keep the holesblairc said:
So grateful for this wonderful news. But don't jump up and down, you'll rattle the "kidney hole" as I refer to it!!
I'm hoping the kidney will grow back. One of the docs said he was looking forward to writing the case report on that one.0
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