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    Good luck Mike. Hope you make a speedy recovery.
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    Good luck and best wishes DR. My sister got this a few years ago and they caught it quickly and she is doing fine.And speaking of "john Wayne" walk, don 't be stealing any silk pillows from houses of ill repute ( those thst have seen the shootist know what i am talking about )

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    Quote Originally Posted by KruleBear View Post
    My sister got this a few years ago and they caught it quickly and she is doing fine.
    Either you've read something above wrong, or she'd developed Cancer of the "Skynes Gland" which as I understand it is quite uncommon. But I'm glad she's OK

    Well I'm off the double dose of medication thank goodness and I'm sleeping 'a bit better', but damn me there have been a couple of times this week when its been suddenly and unexpectedly painful. And its not like you can stop in the middle of the street to grasp at the "Goodies" when it happens.
    According to my colleagues who were with me I went quite pale. N.S.Sherlock!

    But mostly I just feel tired, none of the major side effects I was warned about, No "Hot Flushes", mood swings or food cravings.
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    [QUOTE= No "Hot Flushes", mood swings or food cravings.[/QUOTE]

    Side effects? You get these things at your age anyway mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonsreach View Post
    Either you've read something above wrong,
    lol that's what I thought, either that or she's not a sister but a brother!! Glad she is doing fine though!
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    Wow I totally missed this due to "forum inactivity"... Sorry to hear about your ongoing ordeal, DR... hang in there. You obviously have a lot of people rooting for you

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    Yeah, i am losing it -mumbles to self- prostate - colon - must get more sleep.

    Anyway, best wishes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonsreach View Post
    Wow, I'm flattered. Just remember to wash your hands afterwards.

    I'd like to say thanks for all the good wishes and the cards a couple of you have sent. (Cheeky buggers!)

    However to say thank you to one specific person is inadequate in terms of words.
    Squidders has sent me something to cheer me up, normally knowing how this community works I'd expected a mini to paint.
    NO, Joe sent me one of his commissioned collection, painted by Mrika.
    He hopes it made me smile, but in fact it made me choke up.
    JOE, you are one of the best mate.
    Joe is one top bloke. Amazing...

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    Bloody hell, missed that bit! You know that means that you have the important job of safeguarding that mini and bringing it with you to shows now?
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    I am actually a little embarrassed by the comments, I definitely feel I get more from the mini community than I put in.

    Over the years, Mike has worked so hard on the forums and tagging submissions and all the rest that it doesn't surprise me to see so many people offering him their best wishes and support. On top of what he does for the community he is a damn nice, generous, honest and open bloke whom I always enjoy catching up with at events.

    I don't think he should have tried to eat the mini, somewhere on the packaging it may have said choking hazard and I can't think of any other way he would have been choked up. For those curious people, I sent him this nurse to aid his recovery. http://www.destroyerminis.com/portfo...llery/gallery/

    So... umm... I'm still a little embarrassed about the attention, lets keep this thread on topic and about Mike. Aside from puns relating to people pulling for him coz those are funny.

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    I know I don't frequent the forums much but I still wish the best for you Dragonsreach! You'll come out on top!

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    Hey man, this is my 1st post on CMON (been lurking for over a year, figured I'd sign up since I got a box of zombicide coming).

    I would just like to lend my support. My best friend (who is only 30), just recovered from a similar medical problem, he was fortunate in that they caught it early, though the recovery was a long road to walk, but in the end he made it.

    I may not know exactly what your going through, but I have a good idea as I walked that road beside him.

    Get well mate and to a speedy recovery!

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    Hej Man, just red through this thread and just want to wish you all the best and good luck with your treatment... As we say in German: You should not let your head hang low if the Shi#* is up to your neck...... If there is a Miniature I can paint to cheer you up, tell me and I will see how I can fit it into my Diploma schedule......
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    I figured I would come out of my posting torpor to wish you the best of luck. Your advice and sense of humour are a blessing to the community Dragonsreach!

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    Just saw this thread today, very bad news but I hope the road to recovery runs smoothly for you DR and you get back to full health as swiftly as possible. Wishing you all the best of luck for this to happen matey!!!

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    Just saw this thread, been away for a bit.

    Bad times DR, i understand what you mean about the dignity bit, having Crohn's means ive had all the fun tests as it can mean bowel cancer as well, so at the young age of 22 i knew what a prostate exam\biopsy was....good job i have a good sense of humour.

    You seem to be taking it in your stride, in good humour with the knowledge you will beat it

    Always good to see your posts as they are always helpfull and fair for people. I hope you have a speedy recovery

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    Well I was warned that there would be good days and bad days.
    Today I've just had to give in and tell work "forget it".
    While my physical strength is still there, I'm easily running out of energy and yesterday dealing with an outside contractor, who wouldn't accept they were in the wrong, took a lot out of me. By 4pm I just ached.
    So today, a long lie in, plenty of tea, (cakes have been supplied by my wifes work "Charity Cake Day") a little washing in the machine and catching up with Sanctuary DVD's.
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    Sorry to hear it Mike. Chin up keep chipper and eat cake.
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    I hope your day of R&R has helped mate.

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    Mike,
    I'm not familiar with controlled radiation, but I know the effects of chemo. Seen it too many times.
    Yes, there will be up and down days. Conserve your strength like ammo. You'll need it for the next battle.
    But like a bad meal, this too shall pass.
    You've got it caught early and it is going to be cured.
    Possitive thoughts and positive attitude go a long way in healing.

    I know I sound like I'm spouting cliches, but for the most part, I'm serious.

    Praying for ya.
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