Yesterday we had the opportunity to experience God as Jehovah Jireh, the God Who Provides. You were aware we needed permanent housing to stay in Houston for treatment. We think this will take another two months if I’m a candidate for proton radiation. We’re getting closer to a decision since I see the Proton Radiologist… Read more Experiencing God as Jehovah Jireh
Thanks for all your encouragement and prayers for us as we continue moving forward here in Texas with our cancer diagnostic process. Yesterday I had a good scope procedure from a very competent and courteous medical staff. (Which most are around the country!) Afterwards as I came out from under the anesthesia, Doctor Ge came… Read more The Endoscope Verifies Bad News!
I guess sometimes it pays to get a second medical opinion! Were you praying my cancer would be gone, vamoosed, disappeared? Well . . . Read on! On Monday I had two more Doctor visits here at MD Anderson. Dr. Chun, the Proton Radiologist, came into the room, booted up my charts, and said, “I’ve… Read more Interesting Turn of Events? Update on Doctor Visits.
Here’s a quick update on our plans to explore proton therapy for my cancer. If the tumor stays encapsulated as the PET showed a couple weeks ago, this might be a ‘go.’ And if it’s a ‘go’ it’s more targeted with less side-effects than normal radiation. We chose to explore the proton option at the… Read more Cancer Update from Texas!
We sense your support along with others as we walk through this latest cancer set-back. Since last writing, we’ve processed a lot and have reached a good spiritual, emotional, and practical place in our lives. Since the cancer is still encased in a small nodule in my throat, two curative options exist for me –… Read more Almost Through the Cancer Diagnostic Phase
My PET scan went well on January 2, and today I met with Dr. Martin, my oncologist, to talk about the results. Here they are: The PET indicated I do have cancer in a spot in my throat where my operation in March 2017 connected my stomach with my throat after they removed my esophagus.… Read more Update on My Oncologist Visit