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I'm sure many people on here now have fingers crossed mate - best wishes to you both

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Sorry to hear this. Let's hope a successful op and speedy recovery for Caroline

 

 

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I have to report to you all that my wife Caroline has recently had an exploratory operation which revealed a malignant tumor attached to the bone of her nose. Today, she has had an MRI scan which should reveal exactly what the doctors are dealing with and the next stage will involve removal of the tumor, some rebuilding of the nose and some minor skin grafts. This will according to the ENT specialist possibly be followed up by a course of radiotherapy. Caroline is obviously very frightened but is bearing up pretty well considering. Many on here will have met Caroline at various times and I'm sure that everyone here will wish her a speedy recovery. I will keep you updated with her progress in this thread.

 

Cheers,

 

Pete

 

Good luck, I'm sure she'll make a full recovery.

I see her on my way to work most days. Think I saw you in her Z last week or so. Some damage on the lower offside wing?

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So sorry to read this Pete.

Katrina and I wish Caroline a speedy recovery and hope to see you both next year.

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Sorry to read this Pete, send our love to Caroline and wishing for a speedy recovery.

 

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Thanks for all of your kind words and thoughts, I'll pass them on to Caroline shortly.

 

Pete

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Really sorry to hear this mate. Fingers crossed for her

 

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So sorry to hear this and hope all goes well. Wishing Caroline a speedy recovery. If it's any consolation one of our subcontractors had what sounds like a similar operation and is now back at work fighting fit.

All the best.

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Just a quick update. We went to see the cancer surgeon today, he confirmed that the tumour is fairly small and according to him, the MRI scan has revealed no further anomalies. It will require some fairly complex surgery and reconstruction and a six week course of radiotheraphy. The surgeon hopes to do the operation within the next 2-3 weeks and estimates that Caroline will need to stay in hospital for no more than 3 days if things go smoothly. Further updates when I have more news and once again thanks for your kind messages.

 

Pete

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Fingers crossed for her Pete and I hope this is all behind you for the most part before Christmas. All the best Gareth. :thumbs:

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It's a horrible time but it does sound as if they caught it early so heres hoping both you and Caroline keep positive through the next couple of months and Carolije makes a fast and full recovery.

our thoughts are with you.

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I have to report to you all that my wife Caroline has recently had an exploratory operation which revealed a malignant tumor attached to the bone of her nose. Today, she has had an MRI scan which should reveal exactly what the doctors are dealing with and the next stage will involve removal of the tumor, some rebuilding of the nose and some minor skin grafts. This will according to the ENT specialist possibly be followed up by a course of radiotherapy. Caroline is obviously very frightened but is bearing up pretty well considering. Many on here will have met Caroline at various times and I'm sure that everyone here will wish her a speedy recovery. I will keep you updated with her progress in this thread.

 

Cheers,

 

Pete

 

Good luck, I'm sure she'll make a full recovery.

I see her on my way to work most days. Think I saw you in her Z last week or so. Some damage on the lower offside wing?

 

Yes, got hit or should I say tapped by an Arriva Bus. All fixed now. BTW, Roadster doors are impossible to get hold of, luckily ours was repairable :)

 

Pete

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Update..... Caroline has her pre-op in the morning. The operation has been scheduled for Thursday morning. I'll update again on Thursday evening.

 

 

Pete

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Update..... Caroline has her pre-op in the morning. The operation has been scheduled for Thursday morning. I'll update again on Thursday evening.

 

 

Pete

 

Thoughts are with you both Pete

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O.K, So Caroline had her operation earlier today and I just got back from visiting her. The operation went well, the tumor has been removed and it had not spread into her bone which was the surgeons biggest fear. To be quite frank, she looks a bit of a mess as to get at the tumor they had to cut from the centre of her lip upwards to her nose and then around her nose, presumably to peel back the skin. She also has had skin removed from her forehead and grafted onto her nose. Loads of stitches everywhere and a black eye as well :surrender: . I can't envisage her being discharged in the near future but at least the worst of it is over now :) .

 

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Thanks for updating us Pete. Sarah and I send our love and hope for a speedy recovery. Glad to hear that it hadn't spread to her bones.

Andy.

 

 

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Positive news Pete, she will mend right as rain. Say hi from us all and wish her a speedy recovery :)

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Arrhh Pete that operation sounds terrible for Caroline. :surrender: Although it is positive news for sure.

 

Best wishes to her and I hope the road to recovery is quick. Gareth :thumbs:

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Only just seen this, glad the op went well, and there is no signs of spreading, so i hope all goes well and you can both get back to a normal life, believe me i know how it feels, please wish Caroline a speedy recovery.

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