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2012-12-11 10:05:23 AM  
YOU SHALL NOT PASS

......through my lower intestine.
 
2012-12-11 10:07:51 AM  
dud
 
2012-12-11 10:12:21 AM  
Huh. I thought he was older than 73. Dude looks like he's at least 80.
 
2012-12-11 10:14:17 AM  
I thought this was a submitter's mom joke.......
 
2012-12-11 10:17:55 AM  
I'm sure that's not the first time that question has been asked of Sir Ian.
 
2012-12-11 10:18:12 AM  
What a pain in the ass.
 
2012-12-11 10:19:35 AM  
Sneaky little hobbitses grammar. Wicked, tricksy, false!
 
2012-12-11 10:24:16 AM  
I sincerely hope that the surgeons treating this condition do not delve too greedily and too deep.
 
2012-12-11 10:26:34 AM  

kronicfeld: I sincerely hope that the surgeons treating this condition do not delve too greedily and too deep.


or that he begs for moria? 


nttawwt
 
2012-12-11 10:36:30 AM  
Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.
 
2012-12-11 10:42:27 AM  
My grandfather lived for 5 years with prostate cancer, and that was back in the late 80s/early 90s, when
he was himself in his late 80s (he died at age 91).

The thing is, he never knew it: his doctor knew that cancer as the one thing in life that scared him, and
made the choice to keep him in the dark during his various treatments (in consultation with his
children), and it was the key to his longevity because he was a strong-willed man, and had he known
about the disease his will would have flagged and he probably wouldn't have lived very long after the
diagnosis.

I hope Sir Ian managed to keep on keepin' on.
 
2012-12-11 10:53:41 AM  

DjangoStonereaver: I hope Sir Ian managed to keep on keepin' on.


I agree. But it's always funnier when gay people have cancer, right subby?
 
2012-12-11 10:54:27 AM  

Godscrack: DjangoStonereaver: I hope Sir Ian managed to keep on keepin' on.

I agree. But it's always funnier when gay people have cancer, right subby?


Only when it's in their butthole. I guess that's the qualifier.
 
2012-12-11 12:12:08 PM  

Fiction Fan: YOU SHALL NOT PASS

......through my lower intestine.



Anatomical fail.
 
2012-12-11 12:28:21 PM  
Fool of a dookie!

/got nuthin'
 
M-G
2012-12-11 12:52:29 PM  

Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?


Sort of. It's an area of great debate right now as to whether it should be treated at all. We find lots of prostate cancer in older men because we screen for it now. But it seems that in a great many cases, it doesn't cause any problems. But since we know it's there, we go in and operate, which causes other problems.

Now, there are some forms which absolutely need to be dealt with, because they're more aggressive, but if it's not the agressive type, it should probably be left alone.
 
2012-12-11 12:54:00 PM  

Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.


Your penis stops working if they scoop out your prostate too. My ex's father lost his to prostate cancer.
 
2012-12-11 12:54:34 PM  
Check the poo!
 
2012-12-11 12:55:23 PM  
This isn't funny
 
2012-12-11 12:55:33 PM  
Stay classy, Subby.
 
2012-12-11 12:55:56 PM  

M-G: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

Sort of. It's an area of great debate right now as to whether it should be treated at all. We find lots of prostate cancer in older men because we screen for it now. But it seems that in a great many cases, it doesn't cause any problems. But since we know it's there, we go in and operate, which causes other problems.

Now, there are some forms which absolutely need to be dealt with, because they're more aggressive, but if it's not the agressive type, it should probably be left alone.


I remember hearing about the controversy over automatically assuming one should treat prostate cancer on NPR.

Nurglitch: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.

Your penis stops working if they scoop out your prostate too. My ex's father lost his to prostate cancer.


Now I feel really bad for Ian.
 
2012-12-11 12:56:01 PM  

M-G: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

Sort of. It's an area of great debate right now as to whether it should be treated at all. We find lots of prostate cancer in older men because we screen for it now. But it seems that in a great many cases, it doesn't cause any problems. But since we know it's there, we go in and operate, which causes other problems.

Now, there are some forms which absolutely need to be dealt with, because they're more aggressive, but if it's not the agressive type, it should probably be left alone.


This was brought up recently with some guys I know. Basically my friend's dad had it operated on, is now dealing with the face that he's impotent, and found out since it wasn't aggressive and not threatening, he could have passed on the surgery, and he's upset about it.

My grandfather had it for the better part of 10 years, from his early 70s to his death at 84. Don't know the full story, but he would yearly have a steroid injection, and that was it, he never had any complications from it.
 
2012-12-11 01:04:18 PM  

Cythraul: Now I feel really bad for Ian.


Because before you thought he had good cancer?
 
2012-12-11 01:14:20 PM  
i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-12-11 01:16:00 PM  
Sad. I love that man, but it sounds like he's doing fairly well.

Rincewind53: Huh. I thought he was older than 73. Dude looks like he's at least 80.


No way. I think he looks good for his age. He looks about 70 to me.
 
2012-12-11 01:18:10 PM  
cdn.overclock.net 

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2012-12-11 01:19:29 PM  

moothemagiccow: Cythraul: Now I feel really bad for Ian.

Because before you thought he had good cancer?


He does have the good cancer. He's had it for years, it's contained in his prostate, and he seems pretty cheerful and optimistic about it.
 
2012-12-11 01:19:41 PM  

Nurglitch: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.

Your penis stops working if they scoop out your prostate too. My ex's father lost his to prostate cancer.


25.media.tumblr.com

Tell me Viagra would still help.
 
2012-12-11 01:20:35 PM  

darth_badger: [cdn.overclock.net image 240x133] 

?

Boats and Hoes?
 
2012-12-11 01:22:24 PM  

Wayne 985: Nurglitch: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.

Your penis stops working if they scoop out your prostate too. My ex's father lost his to prostate cancer.

[25.media.tumblr.com image 500x331]

Tell me Viagra would still help.


Apparently it depends on the surgery used on your love-nugget.
 
2012-12-11 01:31:17 PM  

Nurglitch: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.

Your penis stops working if they scoop out your prostate too.


Uhh, no, no it does not. Not if the surgeon knows what he's doing, at least. I had my prostate removed two years ago by one of those remote surgical machines called a DaVinci, and mine still works quite well. The urologist who performed the operation had done more than 200 prostectomies with the DaVinci, and after my surgery he said mine was one of the cleanest operations he had done. I was up and walking within hours of the surgery, went home the next day, and was feeling nearly 100% back to normal within a month.

/can still make sexy time though
//no babies though
 
2012-12-11 01:36:51 PM  
Most prostate cancer is like this. In fact, something like 95% of all elderly men have it. Basically, if you're a man and you live long enough, you'll get prostate cancer.

My 50-year old (at the time) uncle was diagnosed with the bad kind of prostate cancer, the kind that's super aggressive and kills in a year. I was devastated because he's my favorite uncle. They inserted tiny irradiated rods into his prostate to kill the cancer. A month later he went in for testing to establish a baseline for his treatment and recovery, and discovered that the cancer was completely eradicated. We went from fearing he'd be dead in a year to him being 100% healthy in just six weeks.
 
2012-12-11 01:42:22 PM  

Mike Chewbacca: Most prostate cancer is like this. In fact, something like 95% of all elderly men have it. Basically, if you're a man and you live long enough, you'll get prostate cancer.

My 50-year old (at the time) uncle was diagnosed with the bad kind of prostate cancer, the kind that's super aggressive and kills in a year. I was devastated because he's my favorite uncle. They inserted tiny irradiated rods into his prostate to kill the cancer. A month later he went in for testing to establish a baseline for his treatment and recovery, and discovered that the cancer was completely eradicated. We went from fearing he'd be dead in a year to him being 100% healthy in just six weeks.


But can he make sexy time? I know it's a ridiculous question to most. But I'd imagine enjoyment of life being significantly reduced without sexy-time.
 
2012-12-11 01:45:42 PM  

Nurglitch: Wayne 985: Nurglitch: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.

Your penis stops working if they scoop out your prostate too. My ex's father lost his to prostate cancer.

[25.media.tumblr.com image 500x331]

Tell me Viagra would still help.

Apparently it depends on the surgery used on your love-nugget.


Luckily, that seems to be an issue of ejaculation and sperm as opposed to getting it up. I mean, not that any of that sounds fun, but good lord... if nothing else, I would hope a dude could still perform.
 
2012-12-11 01:47:23 PM  

M-G: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

Sort of. It's an area of great debate right now as to whether it should be treated at all. We find lots of prostate cancer in older men because we screen for it now. But it seems that in a great many cases, it doesn't cause any problems. But since we know it's there, we go in and operate, which causes other problems.

Now, there are some forms which absolutely need to be dealt with, because they're more aggressive, but if it's not the agressive type, it should probably be left alone.


My father was diagnosed about.... 7-8 years ago, I think.

It was pretty advanced when it was found. He'd been pissing blood for fsm knows how long before he decided to go to the Doctor. His PSA level was so high they had him come back and test it again, assuming the results were wrong. After the second reading confirmed it, they gave him 3-6 months if left untreated.

He started taking meds, and a few months later they implanted those radioactive seeds. He also gets It's been wonderfully successful. He goes off and on the Meds on his Doctors order, and the Meds make him tired and cranky, but he's otherwise healthy.

Sloan-Kettering has an office near us on Long Island, so most of his tests get done there, and then he goes into NYC for more advanced treatments and consults.

I have to imagine someone with Mr.Sir McKellan's means will do fine. 

/The Doctor told us more men die with Prostate Cancer than from prostate cancer
 
2012-12-11 01:53:52 PM  
It's something like 100% of men over 80-something but most cases are so slow developing that they will will kill you if not treated before age 170...

So it's not really that big a deal
 
2012-12-11 01:54:06 PM  
So his anus remarkable.
 
2012-12-11 01:55:17 PM  

HopScotchNSoda: So his anus

is remarkable.

Damn it.
 
2012-12-11 01:59:05 PM  

darth_badger: [cdn.overclock.net image 240x133] 

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Prostate goes?
 
2012-12-11 02:02:56 PM  

Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.


It is a very slow growing cancer, so most men die of other causes.
 
2012-12-11 02:08:39 PM  

Godscrack: DjangoStonereaver: I hope Sir Ian managed to keep on keepin' on.

I agree. But it's always funnier when gay people have cancer, right subby?


He probably would take it that way. He's got a devastating sense of humor.
 
2012-12-11 02:31:16 PM  
Remarkable
 
2012-12-11 02:33:31 PM  
Dear Subby:

The prostate gland is not located in your anus. That is just the most convenient place for doctors to check it from. If you want to know where the prostate gland is actually located, there is a website called Google which lets you search for things like that.
 
2012-12-11 02:47:38 PM  
Sucks for Ian if he's a bottom. The prostate is the male equivalent of the G-Spot.
 
2012-12-11 02:51:14 PM  

Balchinian: Dear Subby:

The prostate gland is not located in your anus. That is just the most convenient place for doctors to check it from. If you want to know where the prostate gland is actually located, there is a website called Google which lets you search for things like that.


Then the answer to "what has it got in its anuses" is "string or nothing!"
 
2012-12-11 02:51:31 PM  

Broktun: Cythraul: Prostate cancer is one of the more successfully treated cancers, right?

That sucks for him if he's a bottom. No sexy-time that way for quite a while.

It is a very slow growing cancer, so most men die of other causes.


Depends on when they're diagnosed with it, though. If you're over 65 and diagnosed with prostate cancer, and it hasn't spread, sure, go on living and don't worry about it.

Diagnosed at age 45 with prostate cancer? Better get it yanked out of there right then, recover, and get back to living. My urologist pointed out that sure, I could wait and see if it keeps growing, but suppose it spreads by then? Or my health is in worse shape due to age and then I need to have it removed?

He also pointed out that prostate cancer is being detected at earlier and earlier age. He wasn't sure if it is showing up more often in younger men, or if the detection tests are just catching it earlier. He had patients in their late 30's with diagnosed prostate cancer, though, something unheard of 10 years ago.

/mine was totally contained when removed
//he considered it a 6+ on a scale of 1-10 though
///thought it was only a matter of time before it got out and spread
////had an uncle die of prostate cancer, in his 40's
 
2012-12-11 03:02:34 PM  
Like , just have it farking removed.
If you didn't gather your rosebud while you had the youthfull window of opportunity, don't get all clingy when you're shooting dust bunnies out your pecker. For every season and shait. Just let it go man. Because it's gone.
You'll get over it.
 
2012-12-11 03:23:25 PM  

Son of Thunder: Balchinian: Dear Subby:

The prostate gland is not located in your anus. That is just the most convenient place for doctors to check it from. If you want to know where the prostate gland is actually located, there is a website called Google which lets you search for things like that.

Then the answer to "what has it got in its anuses" is "string or nothing!"


Gollum keeps a scrap of bat wing in his anus.
 
2012-12-11 04:06:54 PM  

Rincewind53: Huh. I thought he was older than 73. Dude looks like he's at least 80.


British actors tend to play hard which catches up to them in their later years (it's why Peter O'Toole looks like the Crypt Keeper).
 
2012-12-11 04:07:25 PM  
WOT'S PROSTATERS, PRECIOUS?
 
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