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  • Another way by which you might look at this event is the view that "they found it, they are removing it" - This is surely the "good" side to the story (if indeed there can be one), in that the doctors have found this tumour, presumably early (if it cannot be visualised on CT, although that having been said, CT resolution can be quite poor), and are now removing it. I imagine that with the detection of the tumour at this early stage there would not yet be any confirmation as to whether the tumour as malignant or benign in nature. I would also imagine that this scenario could be much more frightening for everyone if this was all happening in six months time when the tumour was more established and proven maligned in nature.

    That all having been said, I wish you, your father and your family the best and hope that it all works out okay.