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2014-01-28 7:31 PM
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Originally posted by DanielG "No definite evidence of residual or metastatic renal cell carcinoma" clean of cancer says the PET scan. Have to get CT scans every 3 months for a while but nothing further unless something changes. WOOHOO! I do believe I've got a bit of a ride to do on the rollers.

That is AWESOME news!!!!

 

This weather needs to go so we can ride together this summer!



2014-01-28 9:26 PM
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You're in my thoughts, Daniel...glad to hear things seem to be improving!
Yes, cancer most certainly...SUCKS.

2014-01-28 10:48 PM
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Great to hear, Daniel!  Keep on taking it easy in your recovery!

2014-01-29 5:55 AM
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Thanks! I'm happy about that particular bit of news, as y'all can imagine.

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Great to hear, Daniel!  Keep on taking it easy in your recovery!




Oh hell no. I'm done taking it easy. Now I've got 25, 35, 65, and 100 mile rides this year to get ready for.

Doc cleared me for pretty much everything and with the labs that came back, I don't even have reduced kidney function so no restrictions for diet or medicines.

Of course, I did "have" to get a carbon road bike. Less vibration, y'know.

If I've repeated myself, give me a bit of a break, I'm a little fuzzy about what went on when I was on percocet

2014-01-30 8:18 AM
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Originally posted by DanielG Thanks! I'm happy about that particular bit of news, as y'all can imagine.
Originally posted by bcraht

Great to hear, Daniel!  Keep on taking it easy in your recovery!

Oh hell no. I'm done taking it easy. Now I've got 25, 35, 65, and 100 mile rides this year to get ready for. Doc cleared me for pretty much everything and with the labs that came back, I don't even have reduced kidney function so no restrictions for diet or medicines. Of course, I did "have" to get a carbon road bike. Less vibration, y'know. If I've repeated myself, give me a bit of a break, I'm a little fuzzy about what went on when I was on percocet

Sounds like a GREAT reason to upgrade to a new bike.  Glad to hear everything turned out favorable!

2014-01-30 12:42 PM
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Great News. 

Now get back to work! 



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