Today I am kidney cancer free! Here’s my story:
I was admitted into KRMC hospital on the Fourth of July weekend. After many scans and tests I had my angry gall bladder removed.
In the first scan, a KRMC technician also found a “suspicious mass” on my right kidney. KRMC doctors recommended having a biopsy ASAP.
In August, I had a biopsy in Wisconsin (my healthcare provider is there). The report returned papillary renal cell carcinoma, type I, grade 2, stage 1.
After a successful surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I am free of the kidney cancer and part of my kidney thanks to the watchful eye and care at KRMC.
Thank you KRMC for a second chance in life!
Without them catching this cancer early, the doctors said it would have been too late once I had symptoms.
Recovery went well and after almost three months in Wisconsin I am headed home to Kingman kidney cancer free! I truly believe KRMC saved my life.
I give grateful thanks to all the staff in both hospitals, KRMC and UW-Madison.
Their care was exceptional.
My surgeries and recoveries were successful.
The great care was beneficial to my healing process and life.
In appreciation to KRMC for “Catching It Early,”