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Plumbing: Charlie’s Story Part II

From Charlie’s Story Part I: “… Given my circumstances (prostate cancer), one of the options was ‘watchful waiting’ and that was the course that we all agreed was appropriate. BUT this would mean more biopsies.” —Charlie Plumbing: Robotic Assisted Surgery … Continue reading

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Plumbing: Charlie’s Story Part I

Inside Adam and every male lies the walnut sized prostate gland. Woe be it, when that gland swells and disrupts the normal flow of things. Unfortunately, the prostate often becomes a cancer site in men over 50. When that happens, … Continue reading

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Gourmet: Mech. Soft Menu (Part 3.)

The Critical Decision is ? Yesterday’s second episode of Gourmet: Mechanical Soft Menu left the story-teller in the Stanford ER waiting for a bed (parking spot for my gurrney) in the Critical Decision Unit, CDU. That was where treatment would … Continue reading

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Gourmet: Mech. Soft Menu (Part 2.)

The path to the Critical Decision Unit Yesterday’s first episode of Gourmet: Mechanical Soft Menu left the story-teller in the Stanford ER waiting for a space-aged camera to arrive and look inside the sick story-teller’s pharynx—there is that word again. … Continue reading

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Gourmet: Mechanical Soft Menu

Instead of describing a book from Carto’s library, the next few blog postings will be a story of my own concoction; history, the events are true, but may be poorly remembered or told. I will relate my unplanned entry into … Continue reading

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