Well... that was interesting
I enjoyed reading this.
This prompted a host of recollections about cancer:
When I did malpractice law, I enountered a case in which a biopsy showed that a testicle had cancer. Both testes were removed. Then they found out that the positive test result was a FALSE POSITIVE. The guy commenced suit. He was an old guy. The creeepy attys in the office used to joke about the alleged worthlessness of old nuts.
Abput 20 years ago, the NT Times reported that the NYC Dept. of Health LOST THE RESULTS of 50,000 pap smerars, which are critical in detecting cervical cancer in women.
I am so glad there was no cancer there. And you should feel glad that no one cut up your body and extracted vital organs while the docs were blindly muddling along.
You expressed heartfelt sorrow for people with cancer. THIS REMINDS ME:
Sigmund Freud once said:
If I ever saw G-d on his majestic throne I would present him with a child's cancerous bone and ask, "How do you justify this."
I just read your latest. Again, I'm delighted at your good news. Since our thoughts about life seem to intersect somehow, likes waves augmenting each other, you might be interested in the piece I posted on my blog today. Be well!
Excellent news, insightful reflection. You honesty is refreshing in this world of hype. Thanks.
Happy for your good news. Grateful for the solid advice you have provided over the years, and here's hoping you are living your best life, always!