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follow up was posted 02/18/2018 11:21 pm by John1121
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Thanks much for the clarification. What is a US?

I feel lucky in that whatever happens, I have the time to say goodbye to people, to finish up some important things, and, in the meantime (at least for the time being) that I have the health and energy to do things that are fun.

I don't understand all the ramifications of the tests, but if you have have a CAT scan and no cancer was found, is there something special which gives you a concern that you have cancer?

PS - I can also note that I turn 70 this year and have already outlived my oldest brother and father by nearly 20 years and the last 4-5 generations of my male ancestry. None had cancer.

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