Dear Friends, Thanks for your prayers and interest in following our cancer comings and goings. The saga continues! Mexico: It’s heartbreaking to see the poverty in your face at the borders as we pass out some pesos here and there to someone in need. Border crossings have been very good once we learned how to… Read more Treatment Update from Mexico
In my last post I mentioned it was wise to have an endoscopy and CAT scan to look at the tumor site and see it’s reality since I finished chemo-radiation January 2015, and started our naturopathic treatments. The reminder by my Oncologist of statistics (70-80% don’t make it beyond 5 years with my type of… Read more Documenting a Miracle?
I’m sitting in my Oncologist’s office getting my 4-month check-up. He reminds me that 70-80% of those having Esophageal Cancer, don’t make it. Just the news I wanted to hear on that beautiful sunny Bend, Oregon day! He’s recommending another endoscopy to check it out, and a CAT Scan to see if cancer has spread… Read more Do Doctors Create Cancer Scares?
It’s been some time since we updated you on our cancer journey. I was switching website systems, and am now ready to kick this blog into gear again — periodically. We want you to rejoice with us because it’s all GOOD NEWS! Recap: I was diagnosed with an esophageal tumor, level 2b, in the fall… Read more Praising Him for Good Health! (Recap)