I dunno, what do you think?
@PhoneBoy Your right ear is a little lower than your left? 😉
@d0gc0w not sure if it’s that or the sunglasses being crooked
@PhoneBoy I’m sure my ears are cocked to one side. I should get them adjusted with all this cutting that’s happening to me right now.
@d0gc0w seen the photos on Instagram…been meaning to ask what happened.
@PhoneBoy I had ten spots of basal cell carcinoma on my face and head. I have had six of them cut out and have four left for tomorrow. Then we will do an exam and see if there are any more.
@d0gc0w doesn’t look pleasant. Hope they get it all!
@PhoneBoy It has been a fun ride. I’ve learned so much and my surgeon has been great answering all my crazy questions, letting me see my skull and teaching me all about the types of sutures and such. So far each site has been completely cleared. I could possible get a skin graft tomorrow if the twins right on top center aren’t too deep. That skin is still super tight from all the pulling of the other sites.
@d0gc0w Hope it’s all worth it in the end. That’s a lot of stiches…and scars.
@d0gc0w thoughts with you for tomorrow – I had no idea …
@PhoneBoy Oh it is. I don’t want that stuff in me right. And this guy is good. These scars will fade to almost nothing over time. Massaging the inside stitches to pop them loose was actually pretty awesome and then watching the skin flatten. #science #medicine #cancerfree
@JohnPhilpin Thank you sir. I appreciate the sentiment. It’s been an interesting journey. I signed up on skincancer.org to be a spokesperson, but they didn’t reach out to me. Oh well. I’m still happy to talk about it. I have some pics on instagram if you are so inclined. But everything looks much better now.
@d0gc0w neato! Science is cool.
@PhoneBoy yep. I’m a fan. he also let me see my skin samples under the microscope after he dyed and froze them so I coould see the cancerous cells.
@d0gc0w never ceases to amaze me how orgs keep asking for help but never respond when it is offered … volunteering or looking for work … the internal information flows are just broken. Keep us all in th loop.
@JohnPhilpin Yeah and will do. I might post a pic ina few days. I have to keep them dry for 24 hours after the surgery. And then I have to clean and vaseline them for a week. That first time I clean them is a good time to get a pic of the damage.
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