We haven’t sent out any news over the past summer because often no news is good news . . . especially when it comes to HEALTH! That’s our experience this time. Once Sheri recovered from the lumpectomy, her cancer was in remission. And mine continues in remission as well. We’re feeling great and enjoying this… Read more Grissen Update (26sep18)
On this blog we give you updates on our own cancer journeys — at the moment all is ‘in ordnung!’ We are feeling great, eating healthily, exercising regularly, and have cancer in the rear view mirror. On this blog we also want to pass on to you info we feel is noteworthy or inspiring since… Read more Healing Cancer Naturally in 1980
Many of you following our Cancer Journey know my father, John Grissen. He passed away on April 10, 2018 at the age of 100 years. June 2 is his birthday so he almost made it to 101! I’m thankful I flew to Florida to spend a couple days with him several weeks before his passing.… Read more Would You Like to Live to 100 with Quality?
Recently a couple who purchased my book, wanted to get moving with the smoothie and juice I mentioned in it. Thought you might like this information . . . Here’s her question: “What’s your recipe for the carrot, apple, etc juice? I used the carrot, blueberry, kale smoothie this morning for my blood pressure/diaherra and… Read more Do You Have a Way to Build up Your Immune System?
Cancer prevention question: When did you have your last colonoscopy? That word sends shudders up and down the spine, and distaste into the mouth. That’s how I felt until I had my first one. Now it’s part of my anti-cancer arsenal of prevention tools. He doesn’t like this stuff either! Did you know according to… Read more How’s Your Cancer Prevention?
Dear Friends, We were waiting today for Dr. Higgins to call and give us the news of Sheri’s pathology. He got to us early afternoon.
Dear Friends, Thanks so much for your prayers, concern, and encouragement for Sheri as she went through her surgery today. Dr. Higgins, her surgeon, came into the pre-op room, discussed some of the details and then prayed for her and for his skill to accomplish the task. She came through it well, but tired and… Read more Sheri’s Surgery Results
When I had the chemo-radiation against my esophageal cancer tumor in late 2014, I thought the tumor was probably gone. That happens to a small number of people, and I ‘skated’ through the treatments miraculously.
Thanks for praying for us as we process and go through Sheri’s newest diagnosis of the breast cancer tumor. One of our questions is, ‘Why another type of cancer to battle?’ The ‘why’ questions always seem to be there in difficult situations and can open doors and windows into our souls — how are we… Read more Brenda Reports Four More Healings in Her Orphan Ministry
40% of us will get cancer in our lifetimes in the USA. If it happens, how do we make your oncologist visits effective? Being forearmed with the right questions can help. One blog and cancer survivor we follow is Chris Wark. Chris had colon cancer and an operation took out the tumor. The medical protocol… Read more 20 Questions to Ask Your Oncologist