Bryan Murray's colon cancer has apparently spread and is now end stage. Sounds like it's not so much fighting to beat it, as how much more time will he get with the treatments.
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Here's the piece TSN did on him.
Ottawa Senators general manager Bryan Murray has been battling colon cancer since this summer. He sat down with famed hockey writer Michael Farber and shared some of the sobering details in his [/size]first interview since being diagnosed for TSN.
The Ottawa Sun transcribed some of the interview:
"There is no cure at this point for me,” Murray said in the powerful five-minute story that aired on TSN5's pre-game show before the Senators-Oilers match last night. “The word is we'll keep doing chemo and, hopefully, reduce the tumours and the effect and I'll get some time out of that.”
A father of two, Murray said the doctors told him he may have had cancer for seven-to-10 years.
“The frustrating part — and I've said this to several doctors since then — is, ‘How come there were no signs?' ” Murray said.
“When you hear that you've had cancer for possibly up to 10 years and there were no signs ... Obviously, because of the Stage 4, it had moved through my body.”