I have debated about putting this info out there, but I figured it just might make someone's day I've been diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer that has also taken up residence in my liver. I've had a colonoscopy, 3 CT's, an MRI and a biopsy of my liver in the past 2 1/2 weeks. I feel like a damn pincushion! Had surgery yesterday to have a "port" put into my left upper chest to make it easier to get the chemo fluids in and any blood work out. Untreated the Doc said I'd be dead within a year. Treatment has a possibility of a cure, but with the size of the liver damage it looks more like a lifetime (however long) of chemo. It is possible that the chemo will shrink the liver tumor down to where they could remove the bad and hope for it to grow back good. The colon part has affected 4" near the lower part of the colon, but still in a "good" spot to easily remove it. That'll come first after the chemo has had a chance to work its magic. For those that have suffered my warped sense of humor and sarcastic ways, you'll know that I'm all in for this battle. Negativity is a foreign thought to me and humor is my way of kicking cancer in the nuts. It'll be a long process, but my hope is that I will someday be able to get back in the 66 and drive it in "anger" on the track once more. Considering what I'm spending on the new engine and suspension upgrades, I damn well better!! My first round of chemo, what a dork. Who smiles when getting drugs that make you your own nightlight??? At 54, I think I'm the youngest guy getting treatment...at least it looked that way today!