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    Procedure or Surgery (Mohs surgery): I hve now had 5 MOHS procedures over the past 7-8 years. While I am currently cancer free, there could be more to go. These procedures are somewhat painful and disfiguring. I am doing well now and hoping I can stay cancer free. Best to all.
    A survivor, Ross

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      As I am also a prostate cancer survivor, you can find more of my story there.

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    Ross wrote on Dean1234's wall

    Some 9 years ago I started this journey and some it sounds a lot like the journey you are on. Surgery - yes, Radiation - yes and Hormone Therapy - yes. Been there - done that. Fight the good fight. Best wishes as you go on.
    A survivor, Ross

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    Ross wrote on VMan's wall

    While cancer can cause us many problems and take things away from us, it also has a way of bringing new strengths to us we did not know we had. Best to you as you travel this new journey. Many of us have been fighting the good fight for some years now.
    A 9 yr. survivor, Ross

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    Ross wrote on Gbi213's wall

    It is scary as the realization of this diagnosis sets in. I was in the same place 9 years ago( hard to believe its been that long) Today, I'm exercising regularly, playing tennis, and loving life. It does bring changes that are no fun to deal with, but that's life. Best to you as you make this journey.
    A survivor, Ross

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    Ross wrote on Mighty61's wall

    Good luck with radiation. Some 8 years ago I had 2+ months of radiation with few side effects except a general fatigue. Had 4+ years of hormones and Lupron. Still have hot flashes especially at night. Generally feeling good and thankful. Best to you as you continue your journey.
    A survivor, Ross