Things are going to be slow for a while, because I’ll be recovering from bypass surgery (happens tomorrow).
Wishing you a speedy recovery
Good luck and speedy recovery!
Wishing you all the very best, and looking forward to your healthy return.
May everything go well for you.
wish you a speedy recovery
Best wishes, Greg.
Same from me.
Best wish. You need to live long to find the truth.
Good luck, we’ll be thinking of you.
Get better soon. We’ll be here when you get back.
I wonder if you could have avoid surgery by following a more paleo diet and supplementing with vitamin K2, vitamin D, and magnesium. Nonetheless, best of luck.
Do what the doctors say and you will be alright. Your cohort survival rate is not all that much effected by a bypass operation. You have to die sometime of course, but a heart attack of some sort is a better way to go than most. That should be years and years from now. You will be back to work soon enough. I doubt if this will make you more mellow.
I had my heart incident when I was about your age ten years ago. Having a bad heart these days while in your sixties is not much of an inconvenience. I’m not as athletic as I once was, but otherwise there has been little change. After the crisis period you just have to take a lot of pills. That’s the real bummer.
Have you shopped around for the best deal on this?
My brother is a heart surgeon (Really!), and he’s running a special next month.
Anyway, best wishes for a speedy recovery.
(And I was just kidding about the special, but I’d highly recommend him if you want one of the best.)
And how is he suppose to find your brother ?
There’s this thing called email.
Aw, gee. Wishing you well!
Best of luck!
All the best and get well soon!
Sending prayers and good thoughts your way.
Best wishes and a speedy recovery.
Good luck and hope you get better soon.
I hope you recover well! Will you be running another fundraiser soon?
Will be thinking of you.
Hope the dice roll the right way for you.
Hope you have a speedy recovery:) Good thing to discover the blockage early. Hope all goes well and that you feel right as rain soon. (please keep in mind you need to come through this in one piece or I’ll be reduced to reading the rubbish on facebook for entertainment), Sabra
Godspeed, Dr. Cochran.
Good luck and have a speedy recovery.
I’ll tick off half the board by praying for you.
Me as well…
Best of luck
Dr. Cochran: May you get better soon. The world needs you.
hope you only require a short convalescence
Wishing you the best and hoping for your speedy return.
Good luck–keep your chin up!
Shit. Good luck!
Get well soon! We cannot afford such a drop in the average IQ of the noosphere!
Be well & return in good spirits!
Get well soon, Greg. America needs your feisty presence.
best wishes for a speedy recovery!
I command you to get better because the world needs your book on historical genetics. (I am sure you will find a better title than that)
Get grumpy soon
Best wishes and hoping you have a speedy recovery.
good luck and get well
You are in my prayers.
Wish you best of luck.
Been there. Done that. Good luck for a speedy recovery.
Monday evening USA mountain time, Greg is doing just fine. No surprises in the procedure. He will be back with us in a few days.
That is excellent news, I hope he makes a good recovery and look forward to seeing him back.
Great to hear this.
Good to hear. Pass him through our well wishes.
Some people keep ridiculing physicians for their studipity or blunders on this blog.
At end, MDs did their jobs. Proffesionally, they are still the smartest people. We all depend on them for our health which we will not trust it to any one else except them.
Thanks for the update, Dr. H. Appreciate it. Funny how you can really care about someone you don’t actually know.
Excellent news! I hope it’s smooth sailing from here on.
Great, thanks for the update.
@Harpending: thank you for the update.
Great news! Best whishes to Greg
Thanks, Dr. Harpending. Could you perhaps honor us with a post while GC is away, perhaps in commemoration of your being named an “extremist” by the SPLC? Congratulations, by the way – as they say, the enemies you make are a tribute to you…
CABG is invasive surgery, and tolerating it would not be trivial for a twenty-year-old, let alone the people who actually have coronary artery disease. I’m glad that your recovery has gone well so far, and warm wishes that everything continues so well!
You had to be the first one in the thread to use that reprehensibly obscure acronym CABG, didn’t you? Forgiven, only on account of our shared concern for Dr Cochran’s recovery.
the current acronym is DMR
keep healing. i’d be scared crapless if i had Dr. Cochran as a patient. hope his MDs aren’t so easily intimidated!
Good Luck and good recovery from Australia.
I hope this doesn’t make you less feisty.
Hope you are on the mend.
Hope your super powers top back up soon!
Heill ok sæl
I add my best wishes to both G and H belatedly albeit with all possible warmth. Give your doctors hell, your nurses chocolate, your loved ones hugs, your ancestors thanks…and strive to be an outlier in this as in so many other things.
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