It is ALL GOOD NEWS. At this point in my progression of the disease I do not need a chemopreventative. Everything can be managed by yearly scoping.
Everything went great at MD Anderson. I LOVED (like really loved) the doctor. It was so nice to be seen by someone who not only knows his shit but also talks to you like an educated person. It was fun nerding out and discussing research and clinical trials. (I was, however, unimpressed by the hospital itself.)
Between the cold forceps and argon plasma coagulator, most (all?) of my polyps were removed. We are awaiting biopsy results of some, but there is no reason to think the worse. As for the j-pouch, there were a lot of polyps BUT he doesn't think they are all adenomas (the pre-maliganat bad guys). He wasn't sure what they were so we are awaiting those biopsies also.
Oh yeah, on the last post I did bad math. It's been 8 years not 9! Glad to know I can count.