Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Roger Hicks, Mar 6, 2019.
Good luck Roger but I’m sure you won’t need it.
I hope that all goes well.
Best wishes Roger, hope everything is ok.
Get well soon Roger
Best wishes to you, hope everything goes ok. I was just thinking, based on the way NHS hospitals are going 'downhill' at the moment, you'd probably come out dyed a different colour! ...
I thought Roger was in France - where they don't have any such problems...
I should have made it clearer that I was comparing the funding of Frances' hospital system to that in the UK
It sounds like a problem with your white balance - have you tried taking a reading from a neutral gray card?
Seriously though, I hope everything goes well and and that you're back among us with a less lemony hue soon.
Get well soon
See you in a week or so, Roger. Be courteous to the medical staff, especially the ones who 'refresh' the parts that others may not mention. Hope you've delivered a number of advance articles for our favourite photography magazine.
Hope all goes well, and you have a positive experience of French healthcare.
The service is magnificent. Rolled up "cold" yesterday at Loudun hospital with no more than a letter from my GP and within hours had ultrasound, CAT scan and blood tests. Later that day, transferred to the teaching hospital at Poitiers. Expecting to see the consultant any minute now (nearly mid-day). More news after I've spoken to him!
Thanks for all the good wishes.
Just saw this thread. Best wishes Roger. I hope all goes well.
Hey up, Roger, this is a bit of 'blind-sider'.
I trust all will go well .
We have missed your posts.
Best wishes for a speedy return home
Yeah, well, could be worse -- but not a lot. Ultrasound and CAT scan point to liver and pancreatic cancer. That's what a career in journalism will do to you. Hoping to go home for tonight but will have to be back in tomorrow evening. Biopsies and bilirubin drainage next week. Decide on treatment (or otherwise) on the results of the biopsy.
Cheers (if that's the right word),
Oh Roger. I'm so sorry to hear your news. That looks like a heck of a good hospital you are with. I wish you the best of treatment and hopes for a good outcome.
As Kate says, I hope the outcome is positive.
Not nice either way though.
I'm so sorry to hear this, Roger, and I hope that the next tests hold better news.
I understand, from what you (and others) have said, that the French Health Service is first class. All the very best.
Everything that Kate said squared.
Best of everything including luck
Not much else to say, other than wishing you all the best Roger.
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