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?
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
Someone has said, “God promised to not give us more than we can bear.” Someone else responded, “I just wish He didn’t have so much confidence in me!”
Dear Friends, Guess what this is! We finally made it on line with my book, Cancer Eclipse, and just in time for Christmas — although I don’t know what that has to do with the book. I guess putting Cancer Eclipse under the tree makes one feel good? Or sipping a cup of coffee in… Read more My Cancer Story is Now Online in Amazon!
. . . He walked into the exam room with the results of my first CT Scan since the Esophagectomy Operation on March 14 — that’s 8 months — and said, “You’re clear! You’re in total remission. You’re cancer free!”
Last Friday, they wheeled me into the operating room to be met by two assistants and a doctor. My need: get the feeding tube out of my body!
A couple days ago I met my Oncologist, Dr. William Martin, here in Bend, Oregon to transfer my care from Seattle to him. I asked him to go over my pathology report and explain it to me. I was amazed to hear that my cancer level was better now when they took out the tumor… Read more Pathology Report — Better Than I Thought!!
Thursday, March 30, we headed for the hospital for my Post-Op. The Doctor visit went great. The nutrition consult was very helpful since I must transfer 2200 calories from the feeding tube machine to ingesting with my mouth. Actually by Thursday I had already displaced 1100 of the tube feeding. The really good news for… Read more We’re Home! Recovery goes on!