here it am...and a HAHAHAHA at JD getting in there... http://entertainment.msnbc.msn.com/...in-quivers-undergoes-procedure-for-tumor?lite [h=1]Howard Stern sidekick Robin Quivers undergoes 'procedure' for tumor[/h]By Courtney Garcia, msnbc.com contributor Robin Quivers, Howard Sternâ€™s longtime radio wing-woman, announced last week that she would be undergoing "a procedure" to remove a newly discovered tumor on her bladder, a procedure that reportedly was performed on Wednesday, May 23. Quivers was noticeably vague with her initial statements on the issue, stating on-air on â€œThe Howard Stern Showâ€ on Monday, May 14 only that she would undergo "a procedure" to remove a grapefruit-sized growth on her bladder, which had awakened her the previous weekend, preventing her from urinating. Reports Examiner.com, following the emergency, Sternâ€™s co-host of more than 30 years had a CAT scan, which revealed the tumor, and came to work the following Monday attached to a catheter. Robin Quivers announces she is in the midst of a medical scare that currently requires her to wear a catheter. â€œWhen you see me, Iâ€™m peeing,â€ Quivers joked. â€œIt could be something not so bad. It could be really bad ... Hopefully it's something that can just be cut out.â€ In response, Stern replied sarcastically, â€œThink of me for once. You'll be dead and I'll still have to do the show." It was also Stern who suggested Quiversâ€™ surgery took place on Wednesday, offering an emotional tribute to his cohort during his broadcast that day, and commenting on her absence, "Doing a show without Robin is like cutting off my left arm. Or my right arm. Or maybe both. "She was my backbone, you understand," Stern said. "Where I would lose courage, Robin always had the courage. She always is the brave one. Always the brave one with me. I could go to her, and I could always rely on her.â€ While the results of the operation are unknown, the 59-year-old Quivers mentioned sheâ€™s had non-cancerous fibroid tumors in the past, and is hoping the current condition is similar. Also reported by Examiner.com, â€œThe Howard Stern Showâ€ producer JD Harmeyer is equally out of the loop on Quiversâ€™ condition, remarking, â€œI know as much as the audience does. Clearly she doesnâ€™t want the full details of whatâ€™s sheâ€™s going through out on the air, because she hasnâ€™t given the full details and I think the less people here who know the full details, the better chance she will have of them not spilling out.â€ Stern has said a few times now he would not continue the program without Quivers, which may not be a far stretch considering his current position as co-host of â€œAmericaâ€™s Got Talent,â€ and ongoing contract dispute with SiriusXM radio, which broadcasts his show. Reports USA Today, after signing a five-year contract with the network in 2010, the self-proclaimed King of All Media sued the company for $300 million in March 2011 over a bonus dispute. The suit was dismissed by a judge in April, citing the ambiguous language of his contract, but Stern said he will appeal. Whether or not Quiversâ€™ potential exit would be reason enough for Stern to cut ties with the satellite radio company is speculation, but the host appeared disheartened by his colleagueâ€™s struggle. "I'll f***ing kill you if you have cancer," said Stern when he heard the news. "I'm not doing the show without youâ€¦ I'm quitting if you're not doing the show." "Oh, don't make me cry," she replied.