Senator Kennedy to have brain surgery this morning

Senator Kennedy to have brain surgery this morning — Senator Edward M. Kennedy is undergoing surgery for his malignant brain tumor at Duke University this morning, his office announced today. — The surgery is to begin about 9 a.m. and will last approximately six hours.

I will keep him and all those undergoing any type of illness, operation, or whatever medical issues they are facing today in prayer.

Let us all pray for him and should he pass on, let us pray for the repose of his soul.

Lord God
We come today asking that you take care of everyone who is have surgery and medical procedures. May the doctors use their skill for good.

Doctor: Sen. Kennedy’s Brain Surgery a Success

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s brain surgery was successful and “accomplished our goals,” a doctor at Duke University Medical Center said Monday.

Kennedy was undergoing surgery for his cancerous brain tumor.

Kennedy surgeon Dr. Allan Friedman said Monday his patient was awake during the 3 1/2-hour procedure, and should experience no permanent neurological effects from the surgery.

Praying for him… and God… maybe you could talk to him while he’s unconscience and he could have a “Saul” moment… please.:yup:

Paul

Kennedy walking hospital halls after brain surgery

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy enjoyed “a restful night’s sleep” and was walking hospital hallways on Tuesday, one day after undergoing an aggressive brain surgery aimed at slicing away at a cancerous tumor to give chemotherapy and radiation treatments a chance to work.

Let us pray for him.

Wow, has anyone else ever considered what a crazy thing brain surgery is…they sawed open his skull and sliced something off his brain and he was walking around later the same day?

And he was awake to a certain degree during the whole thing!!:bigyikes:

Paul

amen

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