This will only be a short post, I had surgery yesterday as everyone knows. As far as we can tell it went well, there were numerous tumours taken out in 7 sites I believe.

The last count was around 12 – 13 tumours, now it is more. The ones in y lymphnodes were spread and there was more in my side than expected.

The pain relief is working and helping me a lot with it but I am very nauseuous at the moment due to the meds. This is being counteracted though as I write this.

I am so impressed with what has been done, and how the staff, doctors, surgeons and nurses are treating me. They are truly an amazing bunch of people, helpful and listening to me and helping in any way they can. Honestly I couldn’t ask for more.

So, what happens next? Well we have to wait till I am healed so around 2 weeks to a months then we can look at the theraputic and systemic treatment of this. I am in this time going to have my DNA and tumours sequenced and checked to see if we can target this properly!

The research we have done so far has managed to get us some brilliant ways forward and open may doors, without peoples generosity and help I sould never have got this far. I may not have even been offered surgery as the hope for recovery was minimal so I am really grateful.

I am on oxygen for the moment as the meds are messing with my breathing further and I obviously need to breathe.

I want to just end this post with afew photos and again another massive thank you to everyone who follows me and helps me out.

Please help me by continuing to share my posts, videos, funding pages and the likes as it is not just helping me but so many others as well. I am just overwheled with how much people are willing to help a stranger and I guarantee once I am ok and active I will be repaying that kindness to others and then some.

Much Love and thank you all.

About PeeWeeToms

So what's the story? Well in 2015 I was diagnosed with a Sarcomatoid Carcinoma. To say the least it was aweful, I have managed to get through three years now with it coming back with vengance 4 times. On the 29th December 2017 I found it had likely spread. This is my dialogue with myself.

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6 Comments on “How Surgery Went And What Happens Next”

  1. It’s good to see and hear that your on your way to recovering from the surgery. God bless you and my prayers are with you and your family. Big huggies. Sham. x

  2. Thank you for sharing, Dan! I am happy you have sailed through this surgery and that you will continue to get more as opportunity arises. Gene sequencing is a great idea! Hooray! It would have been better if they had done that before, but take what you can get!!

    Peace, love and happiness to you and yours!!! HUGZ!!!

  3. Dan , how is it possible that you have had major surgery and still look good! Rest , please rest and recover.x

  4. I am sure that you will manage this with your extremely positive outlook I swear we need more people like you around us instead of trolls undervthe bridge lol so happy that you are determined not to let it dull your sparkle!

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