JR, I am so glad to hear you are getting a second opinion. I was diagnosed with low grade dysplasia last year and was told I needed to have my colon out. I met with a surgeon and he just wanted to take it out right away. It also happened so quickly and I was devastated. I have always known this could be a possibility but I just wasn't ready. I had moved to another city, so I went back to the GI that had been treating me for 10 yrs and I trust him. Anyway, he sent the biopsy to his pathologist and I was told that the dyplastic cell they found needed to be DNA tested because it just didn't look right. I just knew that it was dysplasia and I would have to have my colon out. Well, guess what? It came back that the dysplasia they found was a floater cell and my biopsy had been contaminated with someone else's cell! I still have my colon so far and am having a colonoscopy done in a couple of weeks. A little nervous about that. But my pt. is...Always have a second opinion. You never know what could happen. If it did come back as dysplasia I would have done the surgery...reluctantly. But cancer is just tooo scary. Good Luck to you and again, Glad to hear you are having another scope done.