Update on bump

My Anoscope was good! No Mass! Skin tag and hemorrhoid. Narrowing from radiation and ? Small fissure . Praise God no mass! Thank you all for checking on me! Hugs!

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That is wonderful news!
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Excellent news - thank you for sharing!❤️
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Good news!!!
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Wonderful news!!!
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That's so relieving! Worth a celebration!
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YESSSS!!!
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That is great news!!!! Deep breath! Hugs!
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Yay!!! So happy!
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So happy for you!
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Wonderful!!!
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hallelujah!
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That's great news!!!
Wonderful news! 🎉 My brother was treated for anal cancer at Siteman, too, so I have lots of confidence you are in great hands. (It’s statistically anomalous that both my brother and I got AC. This “coincidence” makes me think that for some of us acquiring cancer can be out of our control and a function of genetics and immune responses.) So, NED you are! This is fantastic!
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That’s crazy you and your brother both had it. I feel good about Siteman!! I have a wonderful team!
Oh Happy Day!!!
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Vital Info

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July 7, 2019

Missouri 65542

December 4, 1972

Cancer Info

Anal Cancer

Squamous cell carcinoma

March 31, 2019

Stage 3A

over 6.1

Yes

How it scares me

How important life and family are

Keep me positive. Keep me going.

No

Soft blanket, cards

Siteman St Louis MO

Drink lots of water and Gatorade

Rest, pray and exercise

June 17, 2019

No

Changes in bowels, narrowing of stools and maroon blood in stool.

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