Warning - TMI (too much info! ...but as an engineer who sees things in numbers...)
Turns out I went from 200 lbs down to 160 in 4 months as tumor grew and was finally removed 0.1" larger than a basketball! They still cannot identify it!
In recovery. Lesson is push Dr's for reports and scheduling. One week delay between each of 22 Dr procedures adds up over 4 months, and 3 surgeon team over 8 hours. And 8 days in hospital... I cannot imagine the cost! So glad to have insurance.
No emails please. It is 8th day in hospital and 1st time to to look at computer and 8 day backlog. Things are looking uup!
On Sat, Jan 25, 2020 at 4:04 PM Robert Bruninga [email protected] wrote:
Bob (WB4APR) will be offline till march.
I found a soft ball size tumor in Oct. After 22 procedures and Dr visits, they have done ever increasing invasive biopsies and even Cancer center at Johns Hopkins cannot still identify. And they cannot do anything until they can identify the type and how to treat it. But now that it is the size of a football in my lower abdomen, They have scheduled major surgery on Monday to take it out anyway along with other stuff it is touching.
I must deliver PSAT3 for launch by 28 Feb. Been working full time plus weekends and holidays but only at 10% body energy level. Its not ready. So I hope recovery is possible quickly so I can finish. It is identical to PSAT2 function but without the stupid 5v/4v power mistake.
So, don’t expect any email responses from me till march.