The following update concerning Marj Friddle is from her husband Jim:
Marj went in for a routine colonoscopy Monday, August 15. The doctor found a colon mass just above the appendix. This was a shock since there were no symptoms of a problem.
She was immediately hospitalized and scheduled for surgery on Tuesday. The doctor removed more than a foot of her colon plus her appendix and was well pleased with the outcome of the operation. She was in ICU until Friday night when she was moved to a room. She was placed on solid food on Sunday evening. I stayed with her most of the time she was in the hospital.
Marj was released from the hospital on Tuesday, August 23. We got the pathology report right before leaving. IT IS GOOD NEWS! The mass was definitely colon cancer and it was contained in the part of the colon which was removed. The surgeon removed 12 lymph nodes and all were clear! His recommendation is that no further treatment is needed. He also recommends another colonoscopy in one year and contact with an oncologist in case he might want to do blood work or other tests during the coming year.
We love all of you deeply and appreciate your prayers, love, concern, cards and e-mails.
Cards may be sent to:Mrs. Marjorie Friddle 7404 Stillwater Dr Bayonet Point, FL 34667-2293
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As my friend Paul Young would say “we are especially fond of you!”, Jim and Marj, and we Love and Like You! My family and I are grateful at how Father has watched over you in this situation through Jesus and in the Holy Spirit and in the routine colonoscopy, doctors, successful surgery, and prayers & encouragement of others! Wow!
Be well physically and in your ongoing encounter with Jesus as the One in Whom you have been Adopted and Embraced so tightly in the will of the Father, Son and Spirit that He will never let you or any of us go!
How exciting and how wonderful is our God. I pray for your speedy recovery!
Dear Mrs. Friddle,
May God, through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, keep you snuggled close in His loving and healing arms during this time of recovery. Do hope with the arrival of each new day you see improvement, and that you will soon be fully recovered. Get Well Soon.
In Christian Love,
Grace Covenant Fellowship
So happy to hear the surgery went well and we are praying for a speeding recovery!!!!
It is so good to hear that your surgery went well and that you are recovering quickly. God is so good to his children.
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