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On 12, Apr 2011 | In News | By The S.A.R.F.

S.A.R.F. permanent resident Marcel Lumpovitz, aka Lumpy, underwent surgery today to remove a stuffed flower growth from his hand/abdomen(ish). The procedure was quick and virtually painless, and he is recovering nicely. Lumpy says he’s excited about regaining use of his right hand and that he’s looking forward to feeling pertinent in seasons other than spring.

The stuffed flower is also doing fine.

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  1. Robert White

    Hang in there little buddy. You will be using that hand like normal in no time. It is always a sad thing to need any type of surgery, Lumpy, but the most important thing is to always remember to keep smiling throughout it and afterwards. A smile is a wonderful part of the healing process, both one’s own individual smile and seeing the smiling faces around you. So keep on smiling and know that I’ll be sending mental smiles your way and good wishes for a speedy recovery. I have faith that you shall pull through wonderfully.