"Comment: Striking gliosis is present with prominent Rosenthal fibers. However, cellularity is relatively low. Rare bizarre astrocytes are encountered, but are attributed to radiation effect. There is no suggestion of recurrent high-grade astrocytoma. (this prior statement was the most significant one!!!) This case has been reviewed by the SHMC Pathology Staff. Basically it says we don't know what it is but it is not a cancerous tumor!! I don't know that they are even classifying it as a tumor anymore. Plus from the MRI there is very little left after the surgery. I couldn't even see it on the MRI. My own white blood cells may have already cleaned up those last bits of whatever it is (Parenchyma showing atypical gliosis). So that is why I feel like a million bucks!! I think the first guy looked at it and decided to ask the rest of the staff to try and explain it. My surgeon was grinning when he handed me the pathology report, but didn't say anything or try ot explain what it was, but only said something like "its done something that's not normal, it has been downgraded and they just don't do that. Then he looked at my wife and said "Whether you like it or not, he's going to be around longer than you think." She responded with all the compassion and emotion you could well imagine and said something like "Well let's put him back to work and start helping me out around the house!" I am calling myself "healed" if you will allow me to. Well whether you allow me to or not, Jesus daid in Mark 11:21-26 "Have faith in God. Truly I say to you (I guarantee you), whoever of you says to this mountain 'be taken up and cast into the sea' and does not doubt in his heart, but instead believes that what he says is going to happen, it shall be granted to him. Therefore I say to you, all things for hwich you pray and ask, believe that you have received them, and they shall come to you.""
- Brian W. on May 11th, 2000 Entered online Jun 1st, 2006 Spokane Healing Rooms at Headquarters