We have a grey, misty and bister day … maybe I will find the spring outside somewhere, so I took the camera and went on a short stroll around the area where my mum lives.
It was a bit slow in the beginning … only thing I found in the grass with cigarette buds – and maybe it’s the first sign of spring – that people leave their patio and smoke outside their own precinct’s??? So ignorant – can it so difficult to bring some kind of ashtray with the fags and the lighter. Really hate smokers, filthy business. If anyone what to smoke is’t up to them, but it shouldn’t affect anyone else. Cigarette buds in grass does just that!
Now back to my search for the spring – and I found it and here it come!
“Spring shows what God can do with a drab and dirty world” Virgil A. Kraft
“Description of robot assisted surgery in Lund
The department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Skane University Hospital in Lund is a tertiary referral centre for advanced gyne-oncological and benign gynaecological procedures covering the 1.7 million population of southern Sweden.
Robotic surgery was introduced for gynecological oncology in 2005 as one of the first centers in Europe. Since then a steadily increased volume of robot assisted surgery for gynaecological cancers as well as for various benign gynaecological disorders have been performed. At present an annual number of >400 women are treated with this technique at the department. Over the years, the Lund robotic team has been involved in training in robotic surgery of more than 70 teams from all over the world.” text: Practicum Robotic School
Da Vinci; The robot that removed my tumor, bigger then a golf ball … 4,5 hour operation and not a scare on me. An operation that cost about £35.000. Over here in Sweden it cost us £7.50/$11.80/€9.00 per night at hospital with everything included.
Dr. Jan Persson
Dr. Thomas Bossmar
The Angels; … all the doctor’s and hospital staff that operated and treated me .. that dragged me through the treatments … that gave me the treatments – the angels that still are there for me 24/7 if I’m worried or get problems – the angels that now working with me on my “aftermath” treatment problems.
Jan and Thomas where the 2 senior doctor’s that removed the tumor (plus everything else not needed) – both world renown for their work in Obstetrics and Gynecology surgery and very successful with the Da Vinci method. How luck was I in all this ????. *smile
Had my operation 3.08.10 and 6.10.10 had I done all my treatments .. 34 days of radio therapy – 5 areas per day and 5 chemo (should have been 6, but missed one because of my body values where not great in the end) – every Monday during the same period. So I got both on the same time. Tough and rough on my soul and body. They don’t hang around on Lund’s Unv. Hospital.
The Demons; … the fear that the cancer will come back, the problems that I got after operation, chemo and radio therapy; swollen feet’s/leg, numb feet’s and incontinence – 60% of all women that has got radio therapy for gynecological cancer will get incontinence problems. Of course I had to become one of those and massive problem for me.
We all have our angels and demons .. and we have to learn how to dance with them. Some of mine dances better then the others .. but at least me and mine are trying to get the same rhythm – not an Argentine Tango yet.