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Surgery and Oncology and Parenting, Oh…My…

On the way back from one of my appointments this week I saw a squirrel shimmying across a telephone wire. The squirrel had a wide distance to cover. It looked precarious to me, and a bit unnatural. I would have preferred to see that squirrel in a tree.

But I knew it would make it across the wire.

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Stormy Weather: A Biopsy Story, Part 2 of 2

You can read Part 1 here

On Monday, June 20 I had a biopsy of THE LUMP. My reaction to the biopsy was “Thank goodness for numbing medicine.” I was also encouraged because I watched the biopsy on the ultrasound screen, and the lump seemed really movable. Based on my unscientific Internet research, tumors are more “locked in.”     Continue reading “Stormy Weather: A Biopsy Story, Part 2 of 2”

Stormy Weather: A Biopsy Story, Part 1 of 2

A month ago, I found A LUMP. I was a little concerned, but I decided to give it a week for a couple of reasons: Continue reading “Stormy Weather: A Biopsy Story, Part 1 of 2”

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