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  Anthony Fairlie
Anthony Fairlie
  Anthony Fairlie

No suprise to the Father

The surgery that was plan on Wednesday at 5 got moved to 2 which was a blessing. We all went down to the surgery room Elizabeth and Kids said I love you and see when you get out. The  family members from both sides said there good byes as I was wheeled out of my room.  So I went into surgery they prepped me and then the next thing I remember was waking up. The surgeon said, "we were able to put in the stint.'' Fortunately everything stared to work my bowels started to move and the pressure was relieved.  The stint will not hold forever sooner or later it will fail so I will have to have a colostomy. Right now we are looking at the 28th of January to have that done and to allow the chemo in my body to dissipate. The chemo knocks down my immune system and that makes for a higher chance of infection.  By the 28th the chemo should be gone and the risk of infection should be low after I recover I will start chemo again.  Thanks for all your prayers and support. 

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