Milos just posted the following to his Facebook account. I’m sure that he won’t mind if I share it here. He’s completed chemo and radiation therapy but will be undergoing surgery tomorrow to have his esophagus and part of his stomach removed. They will then attempt to stretch the remaining portion of his stomach to reach his throat to act as a surrogate esophagus.
Hey everyone, tomorrow’s the big spooky surgery. I’m very excited to get it over with and say farewell to cancer, as much as I enjoyed having it. Going to be up to 9 hours long, with 3 possible outcomes, new cancer spread being the worst.
If things do go south, please don’t be sad and have in mind that I’ve had a terrific life and as good ol’ Frank said, regrets, I’ve had a few, but then again, too few to mention. I do hope I survive since I just bought an awesome t shirt I’d like to wear a few more times.
On a more serious note, I want it to be known that even at this moment of grave uncertainty, I reject to believe in anything holy and spiritual and firmly know that if I don’t make it, this marks the end of my journey. Changing my views now to believe in god would be cowardly and hypocritical and most importantly, insincere.
Peace out yo, catch ya on the flip side.
Hashtag don’t cry for me Argentina