Getting out of the hospital!
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Part, just part of the team that is saving my ass. The "whole crew" is up to 40 people at least.
But the most important individual is that guy, Sergio Brazil MD. An outstanding guy, and we kinda became friends since we met and he embraced my case as his mission of the year.
I said to him: "Dude, if you cure me I'll pay you a lobster so big you'll need help to finish it!"
He accepted the chalenge hehehe
That photo was taken in Feb 17, the day I got out after almost die at the ICU.
In fact, he said to me at the day I left ICU (feb 15): "Paulo, once you told me you would never climb K2 because you have love for life, well buddy, you just did. Do you know the survival chances you had with intestine infection after the first round of chemo? 5%, and you did it, you just climbed K2."
Well, I guess he was right!