World news – GB – Bowel cancer patient discovered that it had spread to the liver after canceling the operation

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Posted date: 19:57 GMT, November 9, 2020 | Updated: 20:59 GMT, 9 November 2020

A 53-year-old bowel cancer patient who was due to have his tumors removed on the first day of the lockdown revealed that he had discovered that the disease had spread to the liver after the operation was canceled due to Covid-19

The emotional episode tonight from BBC2 Hospital featuring Szabolc, 53, a university lecturer living in the UK, diagnosed with bowel cancer in February who was due to undergo surgery to remove tumors on the first day of closure

He explains, “At the end of March, there was a planned operation that would be an intestinal operation,” This was canceled due to Covid

But while he was waiting for this operation, Zabulk discovered that the cancer had spread to his liver

« All this is waiting and being delayed – that may have had some effect on my health, » says Zabulk, who can be seen being treated at Princess Grace Hospital in central London, which is used to treat some Royal Free Trusts Most urgent cancer patient

The emotional episode tonight from BBC2 Hospital featuring Szabolc (pictured), 53 years old, who lives in the UK, and who was diagnosed with bowel cancer in February

The university lecturer was scheduled to undergo surgery to remove the tumors on the first day of closure, but canceled due to Covid-19

Szabolc reached Royal Free as soon as the scan showed the appearance of cancer in his liver

Consultant Hepatobiliary and Transplant Surgeon Professor Jörg Matthias explains: “The Royal Free Hospital still does not have the capacity to offer all types of patient surgeries there – but fortunately through the private sector hospital we can operate on Szabolc today” Bullock

Adds Szapolk’s wife Natasa: « We have been together 15-16 years. I’m very worried of course – it’s not an easy process.

‘It’s a tough procedure It’s been eight months now and it’s a long journey I just hope everything works well I’m not thinking any more than that at the moment’

While he was waiting for that operation, Zabulk (pictured) discovered that the cancer had spread to the liver

NHS Hepatobiliary Surgeon Joerg Matthias has more than 20 years of experience treating the most complex types of cancer tasked with removing two tumors from Zabulk’s liver to stop the cancer from spreading

“We will remove approximately 15% of living tissue,” he explains, before he can be seen using an ultrasound scan to locate tumors.

The surgeon explains: « The dark gray on the imaging » You can see that there is one lesion here and there is another lesion there. I’m not sure yet if we had more lesions that we expected I think we had four in total

« This may mean that the cancer has spread more, but the intention of surgery to treat the disease will remain the same »

« Here you can see what a cancer looks like. It’s that tissue that looks like a cauliflower. I think we’ve got them all. »

Instead of removing 15% of the liver as planned, Jörg Matthias reveals how he was forced to take out 55% – meaning Szabolc faces a longer recovery period.

Instead of removing 15% of the liver as planned, Jörg Matthias reveals how he was forced to take out 55% – meaning that Zabulk (pictured) is facing a much longer recovery period.

At the end of the episode, it was revealed that Zabulk cancer (pictured) had spread again and was awaiting another major surgery.

While Szabolc comes after his procedure, the surgeon explains to him: “So everything is fine we were expecting to find two pests, but we found four, so we did a much larger operation than we thought but it is good that we found them all and they all came out”

‘So it is possible that the primary cancer that is still present can send cells, but we know that everything we can feel and see has stopped’

While talking to the camera from his hospital bed, Szabolc emotionally breaks down in tears and says, «  I’m glad he’s confident it’s all about the liver, but there might be more spread which makes me feel a little nervous I don’t have the energy to think about it  »

However, at the end of the episode, it was revealed that Zabulk’s cancer had spread again and was awaiting another major surgery

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World News – GB – A patient with bowel cancer discovered that it had spread to the liver after canceling the surgery
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