Thursday, January 19, 2012

Patient quote of the day

"My Dad had cancer. I think it was prosthetic cancer."

15 comments:

Technically Insane said...

Now that sir, is some hardcore cancer!!!

Anonymous said...

That's one of the most prosthetic things I've ever heard.

Anonymous said...

If I ever get cancer, that's the sort I want to get. Just unstrap the ol' prosthesis and send it to the dump and bingo! Cured!

Anonymous said...

Fake cancer in other words?

Anonymous said...

"And my uncle had prostitute cancer."

Mockinbird1 said...

My older friend had athletic cancer. It went into remittance.

RehabRN said...

C'mon, Grumpy! It could have been prostrate cancer (when have you seen any bowing cancers?)

Kathy said...

Totally agree with Anonymous #1. I want to have prosthetic cancer, then I could remove it easily.

gloria p said...

At least that kind doesn't tend to metastasize.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like my patient who had 'romantic arthritis of the hips'!

Anonymous said...

"you mean prostate cancer."

"whatever."

ndenunz said...

That reminds me, I have to go get my prosthet checked.

Kathie said...

While a resident in the Kelowna, B.C. Canada Cancer center having a 7 week treatment schedule of boosted radiation for colon cancer I met a woman who had breast cancer. And...it had gone into her 'noids'. Fortunately her Dr. was smart enough to get it all. Her brother had had 'prostrate' cancer. I was so, so tempted to ask if he had to lie down.

Anonymous said...

Does prostrate cancer disappear if you stand up?

Anonymous said...

That is pretty hilarious.
I'm glad you're not my doctor.

If you were, then you'd be overwhelmed....oh wait you are too. Sheesh, why'd you punks go to medical school if you can't handle stress?

Maybe try working with animals, since people are oh-too-stressful for ya

LOL

 
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