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  • SkipH has replied to a post on the message board

    Hi my name is Skip i am a married 61yo man living outside of Seattle just to the North a bit. I recently had surgery on June 23, 2017 for what turned out to be a malignant Urachal Cancer my case has been identified as an “Adenocarcinoma”. The surgery went great and my surgeon removed an 8 lb intact mass from my lower abdomen (I even have pictures). They had planned on keeping me in the hospit...

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    • SkipH has replied to a post on the message board

      This is Skip again, I should have added that the surgeon & pathologist both said they had good margins and that they excised 3 lymph nodes that also were clean (no cancer).  My surgey was also classified as major abdominal surgery and the incision was pretty extensive and they managed to keep the belly button intact. They have not recommended radiation or chemo yet. Honestly - this...

      August 31, 2017 view post
      • SkipH has replied to a post on the message board

        Hi Terry, My name is Skip i am a 61yo married male living outside of Seattle to the North. I recently had surgery in mid June 2017 for what turned out to be a malignant Urachal Cancer. Ive learned the medical term is Adinocarcinoma. The surgery went great and my surgeon removed an 8 lb mass from my lower abdomen. Everything went very well! They had planed on keeping me in the hospital about 3 days but I was up a...

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        • SkipH has created a new message board discussion

          As of 07-07-2017: Are you currently or have you recently experienced or been Diagnoised with Urachal Cancer? Im told that I have it and this is a 1 in a 1 million occurance. How was it identified in you? What treatment are you undergoing? What is your prognoisis?

          July 08, 2017 view discussion
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