Hi everybody, This is installment#2 of my saga. I didn"t get to talk to my surgeon . However my son did talk to him. My son informed me that the left lung tumor was completely excised and tests were being performed. I would get the results as soon as possible. On the day after surgery , I had a family visitor and they informed me that the right lung tumors had grown and spread very rapidly, and were unoperable. Of course, I immediately had weird feelings throughout my body, etclll- It was a panic attack. Sleep more or less eluded me that night. The next morning I started having many, many severe narcolepsy episodes. For your information, a narcolepsy episode can involve your being unable to move or respond verbally. It seems that the entire staff had an interactive learning experience that day. Due to this, I was unable to
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