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Re: Hey! I woke up!
So glad to hear you are home. Take it easy, relax, and get some rest.
On Sun, July 24, 2011 3:54 am, Danvarner@aol.com wrote:
> Something you don't want your doctor to tell you: "You are a surgeon's
> worst nightmare". I had quite the intense operation, I gather, with
> doctors essentially working on two procedures at the same time. The
> is rectal cancer. They got most of it along with a large chunk of Dan
> Varner real estate. It bought me some time and room for the doctors to
> work in
> if it acts up again. I'm back home now and look forward to my first
> non-medical day tomorrow. I'm feeling good and healing quickly, my only
> compaint being the catheter they forgot to remove after the operation.
> I didn't have a computer at the hospital, so initially I missed all your
> messages voicing concern about my health. Your support and love have
> me a great deal, it turns out. Thank you so much. Also I urge everyone to
> have a colonoscopy and possibly save yourselves from what I'm going
> Thanks again. Now back to dinosaurs. Dan
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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