To Have Cancer or Not to Have Cancer

7 thoughts on “To Have Cancer or Not to Have Cancer”

  1. Hi Kim,
    I’ve been following your journey, and I want to share some things with you. My mother has/had this cancer and so did my Aunt. They both approached it differently with drastically different outcomes. My Mom did a “lumpectomy” (removed most of her breast), followed by intense radiation. 4 years later followed it up with a double mastectomy. The radiation has had so many negative effects on her body, and is one of her greatest regrets. On the other hand, my Aunt had a total mastectomy from the beginning, and has not had any negative side effects. I would highly suggest avoiding radiation! It’s been painful to watch my Mom deal with the aftermath.
    Praying for you continuously.

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  2. Thanks so much, Kim for your post! We are all behind you in this fight! We understand that you’re in a huge struggle and we are praying and believing for your victory over this! Hold on! Continue to rely on friends and family for help! Rest in God’s strength! Be assured that He is walking with you through this! Thanks for fighting! We love you and are praying constantly for you and your wonderful family.

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  3. Hi Kimberly! We have never met, but, I pass you by often during the weekdays, dropping off our children at ELC. I just sat down for 2 hours and read all of your blogs . Let me just say that I think you are an amazing woman. 🙂 I would love to share with you my story someday. 11 years ago (when I was 30), I was diagnosed with Melanoma Cancer. They told me that it was so aggressive that there was no way of stopping it (I had 3 boys, and was nursing one of them at that time)….all they could try to do was prolong my life. Well, long story short, God competely healed me…and when I say God, I mean there was a true miracle that happened that even confounded the doctors. Maybe I can briefly share with you someday, the details, as I pass you by at church. I want to see a complete healing for you and will begin praying for just that.

    Julie Robinson

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  4. Hi Kimberly! We have never met, but, I pass you by often during the weekdays, dropping off our children at ELC. I just sat down for 2 hours and read all of your blogs . Let me just say that I think you are an amazing woman. 🙂 I would love to share with you my story someday. 11 years ago (when I was 30), I was diagnosed with Melanoma Cancer. They told me that it was so aggressive that there was no way of stopping it (I had 3 boys, and was nursing one of them at that time)….all they could try to do was prolong my life. Well, long story short, God competely healed me…and when I say God, I mean there was a true miracle that happened that even confounded the doctors. Maybe I can briefly share with you someday, the details, as I pass you by at church. I want to see a complete healing for you and will begin praying for just that.

    Julie Robinson

    PS
    Sorry if this comment is repeated several times… I keep reposting because it doesn’t seem to have worked

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  5. Hi Kim-
    Prayers continue! God is ALL powerful. As you know, NOTHING is too difficult for Him. I believe, as women, fighting this horrible disease, we must share information. Although, I understand that what may work for one, may not work for another because God made us unique. And, I understand that all power and glory goes to God because HE is still the ultimate healer, but he also put doctors in place to help heal.
    One of my best friends, also a Christian, had a recurrance, after 6 years, of her breast cancer. It was detected against her chest wall. Her local doctors diagnosed it as lung cancer and gave her little hope. Through a church connection, she ended up at Vanderbuilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, discussing her health with a clinical trial doctor there, developing a plan of attack, and following the doctor’s prescribed method. It has been 18 months, and Joy is doing amazingly well. The doctor’s name is Valerie Jansen, M.D., PhD., Vanderbuilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Instructor in Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology. Office 615-322-2064 I don’t know if this particular doctor/process will help, but felt the nudging to share. Also, my friend, Joy, said she would be happy to answer any questions that you might have and I can share her contact info, if you would want it. Keep your eyes on the power of Jesus! He’s got you! -Hugs-

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