Yesterday, I visited the Tenon hospital dermatology department to have a carcinoma removed via surgery. This one, located on the left temple, had been treated by various techniques but each time had made “a come back”!
The surgeon removed a piece of myself (5 cents coin (euros), a dime coin ($ US)) under local anesthesia.He then sewed me up, the most painful part of the act… In two weeks, I will need to meet a nurse to have the stitches removed…
Here is the result:
I discussed with the surgeon on the oportunity to have some wrinkles removed during the process to look younger…just joking! He told me that I looked young enough, and that I was “a miracle” after what I had been through…
My dream was that I could become a new Clooney…
Too bad I did not succeed to convince the surgeon!
Next month, I will visit again the Tenon hospital to have another carcinoma removed, this time via dynamic phototherapy…
To finish on a sunny note, here are more photos of our trip to Gran Canaria: enjoy!
Take care and enjoy life!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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Hi Patrick! Happy Lunar New Year!!
It’s great to see that positive mindset from you and I’m always inspired! Thanks and I really appreciate it!
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Hello! Thank you so much! I have been so lucky to meet fantastic physicians and nurses during my visits to the hospitals! Of course I don’t forget my donor, my family and all my friends…like you :-)! What are you up to now? Take care and Happy Spring Festival ( a little late!). Patrick