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When I got there around 12:30, there were already 6 people in the room. Pan looks alright spiritual wise and he’s leg was NOT mummified.
Bloor gave him a cup and a calling card which Bloor will settle the bill, very noble act. I bought Pan a pay-as-you-go cell phone this morning without knowing that there is a phone by his bed, so I refunded that to a 96 min calling card to PR China. Bloor: so this will ease your bill a bit.
Pan’s leg is not as bad as we think; it’s got an 80% chance of avoiding amputation. But he wasn’t thinking straight; He was thinking about going back to mainland to treat it with Qigong, which will delay his treat for at least a month. Right now, his doctor says that on Wednesday he will cut open Pan’s leg and take an actual look at the tumor. I analyzed the situation for him and got him thinking rationally, two hours of our discussion later, he decided that he will ask for the operation which will open up his leg to attempt to remove his tumor, but under no circumstances that he will go for the amputation.
I gave Pan’s father 100 dollars from the CIBC acct we are using now, will take him to a bank tomorrow when I get around to do that.
The doctor he has now apparently is the best the hospital can offer and the doctor says there is a good chance that Pan can keep his leg.
PAN is not dying, not nearly as bad as we previously thought.
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