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My Friend FRANK

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Jflash3:
Your in my prayers buddy, and you will beat this my friend. If you need anything call me. Hope to see you on the course soon.

Frankie:
OK............. This is update for my cancer concerns. I don't want to start a new subject & I don't mind talking about it. It's not like I screwed somebody's wife. When you see me feel free to bring it up. It's not likely I'll bring it up if asked how I'm doing.
My brother posted to my family that is quite long so I'll make it somewhat shorter.
The good news is that it's treatable. Consulting with the doctor, he gave me odds. I have a 92% to live with this cancer, pretty good.
I go for more tests next week to see where the cancer has spread so they can target those areas with radiation. In 6 weeks I go for treatments, 5 days a week for two months.
The next hurdle I have is the colonoscopy. I have that 04/30/10. There is history of colon cancer in my family.
Keep me in your good thoughts & prayers,
Frank

Goforit:
92% is so so positive! Anyone who can work and still shoot six rounds of golf in  a day will for sure beat those odds. Your a work hourse Frank. Stay positive and if you need anything just call me! Our prayers are with you Frank!

kev:
Frank --

You're in my prayers, man!  Since the Ice Bowl (in fact the very next day), I've been dealing with my mom's learning of having cancer, the testing, treatments and am now dealing with her surgery...that said, I've become well versed in the world of cancer!  My mom has a similar percentage and she is doing great!

I will continue to pray for you and your family, and want you to know that if you need anything, please let me know!


See you on the course!

Kevin

Aces and Chains:
Frank,

My prayers are with you also!

If you need anything Frank, please let us know. If I can help pick up any slack on the course by organizing cleanup, or whatever, I'm there. Please feel free to delegate to the disc golf community. Everyone has the utmost respect for you, and we will have no trouble getting tons of volunteers to do any work on the course that you need done.

My father had Thyroid cancer a few years ago, and he is completely fine now. It is a scary thing, but you can beat it. Keep your head up and know that we are all pulling for you.

Patrick.

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