Justification for NTS?
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16-10-2015, 05:15 AM
RE: Justification for NTS?
(14-10-2015 02:09 PM)Deltabravo Wrote:  You know, Bucky, there aren't actually "right" answers to questions like this.

WTF Delta!?!? Ask him out already and quit this foreplay.

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16-10-2015, 05:54 PM
RE: Justification for NTS?
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16-10-2015, 05:56 PM
RE: Justification for NTS?
(12-10-2015 01:52 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  One night, after your shower, you notice a weird lump on your lower back close to your spine. You don't think much of it at first, but then it begins to grow larger. And, then it becomes painful.

You finally can't ignore it anymore, so you go to the doctor to get it checked out. The doctors are concerned so they put you through a litany of tests. They don't biopsy it because x-rays show that it's completely entangled in your spine. X-rays also show that it's the Big C. Stage 4 at least. They decided a biopsy would be needless, dangerous, and invasive since the docs have the evidence they need to make an informed medical decision.

They give you less than a year to live. Your only hope is agreeing to have an extremely dangerous surgery. So... it's official now. During this time you are living as a person with cancer. Everyone you know knows that you have cancer and the severity of it.

Finally, you make up your mind to have the surgery. The doctors do a miraculous job at removing the tumor and all its fingers without damaging your spine or spinal cord; but what's even more surprising is that the tumor was completely benign... not a trace of cancer in it.

I'd sue for malpractice.

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