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Old 02-13-2010, 12:24 AM   #61
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Old 02-13-2010, 01:08 AM   #62
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Hey man you can fight it. I just donated $100 to my sister about 3 minutes ago. She will be climbing up 69 flights of stairs soon to help fight cancer. She got diagnosed about two years ago and is doing pretty well right now. She had chemo, radiation, surgery and now seems to be living a pretty normal life. She just got back from a great trip swimming with sharks and sting rays. Just get a good doctor, stay positive and then put the rest in the hands of science and doctors. If you are a man of faith then take solace in that. Download some old Howard Stern Episodes off the internet and put them on your ipod to listen to when youre feeling down...that always cheers me up.

I know there is really nothing much one can say when you get such news and you feel down but its not the end of the world. Let us know how we can support you. I have a feeling you will come out of this a stronger and better person in the end. Good luck.
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Old 02-13-2010, 02:07 AM   #63
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UPDATE, just had my bone marrow pulled. HOLY THAT HURTS. They took the marrow and a huge piece of my bone. I just had a minnor sugery to put in what the called a "port" its kinda like a pic line except alil bit more advanced. Its a really nifty design, they cut above and below the collar bone, kinda push everything back and attach it to a main arttiery. That way alls they have to do is poke you over this port just under your skin and you're good to go. No more IV's thank . My shoulder feels like I just shot a hundred rounds of slugs in my shot gun.


To anwser some questions peeps were asking.

1. Nope I don't smoke, but was exposed to second hand smoke all of my childhood life until 17. So basicly yeah I did smoke but not by choice.

2. Yes I have a history of cancer in my family, my mom died of breast cancer in her eairly 40's, my grandmother is currently just finishing up another round of chemo for breast cancer and she also had a tumor behind her eye that was removed .

3. I guess they did catch it eairly, but it is a very aggresive form of cancer so it has spread throughout my whole stomach in a little over a month. As stated before I had my last upper endoscopy on december 25th and there were no signs of cancer what-so-ever.

4. I don't know which type exactly I have but I was told its actually better that I have the agressive kind because the chemo has a better chance of just killing the damaged cells.

5. I start my chemo in acouple of hours so it maybe a day or longer tell I'm able to reply or update anything.

6. My wife greatly appreciates all the overwhelming kind thoughts and prayers that you guys and gals have shown towards me.

7. Last but not least once again I'm on some great pain meds so y'all are gona have to forgive all the misspelled words and phrases. I LOVE duhlated(sp) its a form of morphine except I was told 7TIMES stronger. Yeah I highly recomend to anyone if y'all ( forbid) gotta be in the hospital to ask for duhlated it is a million times better than morphine.


Until next time thanks once again and y'all go put an extra ride around the block in for me.
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Old 02-13-2010, 02:18 AM   #64
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Old 02-13-2010, 03:37 AM   #65
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Don't ever give up or lose hope! You have a little girl and wife that need you! You are in my thoughts and prayers and we are here for you if you need anything. Look up Dr. Johanna Budwig ...you might find her work interesting and/or helpful. And don't forget to ride and do the things you love whenever you get the chance!

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Old 02-13-2010, 08:43 AM   #66
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Old 02-13-2010, 01:43 PM   #67
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You have to keep saying - I WILL KICK IT'S ! all day everyday - fighting it mentally is as important as meds and procedures! Keep the wheels on the ground and keep moving. And pray - is NOT testing you, but He is WITH you as long as you allow it.

We'll see you on the road for sure!
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Old 02-13-2010, 01:57 PM   #68
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Hey bro it's in Gods hands now. He makes the final decisions don't give up on life you have too much ahead of you. Keep us posted!!!!
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Old 02-13-2010, 03:26 PM   #70
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stay strong!!! you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers...your grandma is too !!!
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Old 02-13-2010, 04:54 PM   #71
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Old 02-14-2010, 12:34 AM   #72
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1ST ROUND OF CHEMO NOT SO GOOD.

well i started #1 of the first 5 meds in the chemo treatment they have lined up for me. the first thing they gave me is called Rituxan.

eairlier in the day i was abel to walk to the gift shop and buy "UNO" so my family and friends when they come visit me we can pass the time in a positive manner instead of focusing on what was just goin on with me.

so we are two games in which somehow i won the 1st 2 of them(i think they were letting me win) started to shuffle the cards and my body started convulsing and shaking extremly bad. apparently i had a major allergic reaction to the meds. they started giving me all these other medications to stop the allergic reaction and nothing was working, finnaly they gave me something if for get what it was called and i literally saw my life flash before my eyes.

my wife said i turned pale as a ghost with a blank hollow stare on my face. alls i could think of was trying to breath which i could not do so of any sort. finnaly what felt like mins(was really only a few seconds) of not breathing i felt my whole body shut down, just like if someone where to hit a master reset switch. i seriously thought it was over and i didnt even have a chance to fight it.

after everything shut down and off i started breathing again and my vitals were all goin crazy. the good thing is, next time i was told its never as bad as the 1st time. in fact my body could have just built up an antibody so that it doesnt happen again.(just quoting the nurse).

well fixing to start the rest of meds they are hooking them up right now.


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Old 02-14-2010, 04:09 AM   #73
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Be strong...you're going to pull through this and everything will be alright.
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Old 02-14-2010, 06:11 AM   #74
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good morning everbody, i awoke to a near finished treatment, so far havent had any other allergic reactions to the other durgs they gave me. but they said i should start to see some hair loss with in the next week or 2. which is okay with me cuz i get tired of paying $15 dollars or around there to get a good hair cut. im just gona buzz it off myself.

suprisingly im not really feeling weak or frail or any other thing that i thought i would be feeling right now. i have been walking up and down the halls when i get a chance. im a do that a
s much as possible that way i can hopefully start lightly lifting weights when i get back home.


i deff wont be giving up anytime soon, as soon as i am able to ride maybr mudbug or someone can put on a ride for us cancer people(no money involed, just more like a "ride life to its fullest") kinda deal.


thanks guys and gals of MH for anyways being there when a fellow rider need yall
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Old 02-14-2010, 06:15 AM   #75
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Old 02-14-2010, 11:13 AM   #76
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Old 02-14-2010, 12:35 PM   #77
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hang in there man. I am doing clinicals at Ben Taub oncology floor and a majority of my patients so far are younger guys, so your not alone. Houston has the best cancer centers around so your in good hands. Good luck to you.
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Old 02-14-2010, 11:44 PM   #78
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