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Jesse Hogan Cancer

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It has just been announced that Jesse Hogan has testicular cancer. More to come.

Wow, can anything go right for this kid or what?

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2 hours ago, AzzKikA said:

It has just been announced that Jesse Hogan has testicular cancer. More to come.

Wow, can anything go right for this kid or what?

Wait, what?! Where did you hear this?

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I don't know what to say.....completely floored by this.

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Horrible news just broke on SEN.

Can't imagine a worse situation, other than to say it IS treatable. 

Thoughts are with you Jesse.

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#: 5   Posted (edited)

Must have literally been diagnosed in the past few days. 

Edited by praha

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#: 6   Posted (edited)

Any information on this? Nothing on the website yet, or any major papers etc. Sorry just saw the above, hope they got it early and he makes a full recovery, footy should come last.

Edited by Red and Blue realist

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#: 7   Posted (edited)

One of the more beatable cancers.  I wish him well.  

Edited by ProDee
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Such sad news at a time that he needs everything to be "right".

Thoughts are with you, Jesse.

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1 minute ago, Pates said:

Wait, what?! Where did you hear this?

Barrett broke the story on triple m with permission from the club and hogan family

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Wow that is horrible. Fingers crossed. Lance Armstrong had it and made a complete recovery when he was young.

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1 minute ago, Pates said:

Wait, what?! Where did you hear this?

Just announced on SEN, source is MFC. 

 

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Oh God, just heard on SEN. My heart just sank, fight on Jesse and beat this thing. 

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#: 15   Posted (edited)

Feel free to delete my duplicate thread mods.

Horrible news especially in light of his Dad.

Absolutely terrible.

I'm no doctor, and neither are SEN, but they're all saying it's very treatable. Silver lining.

Edited by Dappa Dan

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[censored] hell this club just seriously can't take a trick.

He'll get great support of Sam Rowe.

All the best Jesse.

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that's just awful, awful news.

poor kid can't take a trick.

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It's on the age website.Horrible news. Get well soon jesse

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What the actual f*#%! Hasn't this kid been through enough?! He's just lost his father to cancer, this is absolutely ridiculous. 

I honestly don't know what else to say than best wishes Jesse. Take the time to get through this, be with family as well. I'm shocked and just cannot believe this. 

Poor bloke. 

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Thank God it is treatable now - brings back horrible memories of Peter Crimmins

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#: 21   Posted (edited)

I've actually known 3 people, all very young, to have gotten testicular cancer. Good news is that the symptoms tend to appear early, which leads to high survival rate. Once it's caught and cut out (normally removing the [censored]) it rarely returns. One cancer with an extremely high survival rate. The organ hanging out of your body tends to make knowing something is wrong fairly easy. Although one mate had pains in his arm and lower leg for a few weeks. Went to the doctor and they diagnosed that...

 

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Just now, praha said:

I've actually known 3 people, all very young, to have gotten testicular cancer. Good news is that the symptoms tend to appear early, which leads to high survival rate. Once it's caught and cut out (normally removing the [censored]) it rarely returns. One cancer with an extremely high survival rate. The organ hanging out of your body tends to make knowing something is wrong fairly easy. Although one mate had pains in his arm and lower leg for a few weeks. 

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That's [censored] dreadful. Poor kid.

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