Tuesday, March 1, 2016

good times

Today's tests are brutal:

An 8 inch needle into both his stomach and chest to drain and check the fluid.

Some sort of pulmonary test where he was required to breathe in some chemical combination that made him feel like he was suffocating for ten minutes.

They will know in 24 hours if the fluids contain cancer cells, but it won't clear him if they don't.



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