There are some things people can’t do for us and take our place in life. I think about the simple things like someone taking my place in line at a grocery store, or going to a meeting in my place.
But there are many things in life that we have to do, and many roads we have to travel in life that no one can do for us or take our place. However, it is in those situations people can travel along with us and be by our side.
I am in this predicament today. I am going down a road I would rather not be traveling, and would definitely not want anyone to take my place even if it was possible.
The road I am referring to is the road traveled by way to many people, and that road is living with and fighting cancer. By nature I have always been a fighter and I am not giving up now. There is still way to much fight in me for that to be a consideration.
Like many things we face in life we find strength in those that come along side of us while we travel that dark and often lonely road. I would not be able to go through what I have endured this far if it weren’t for those closest to me.
I have been traveling this road for three years now and the doctors are telling me that the treatment they have to offer is no longer effective. I am up and around and I am not willing to give up.
That’s when I came up with the idea there had to be another road to travel or explore if this one where western medicine had come to a dead end.
That’s when I began looking around at other people in the world and how they treated cancer. What I found was shocking. People get cancer, fight it, and win in other parts of the world, why not here? I know, people are cured in the U.S too.
One of the most lonely moments was when my doctor told me that the treatment was not working. We tried another approach and that treatment did not work any better. The cancer continues to spread.
I have a strong faith which has been my strength and guidance throughout this whole ordeal. That’s what led me to looking at other treatments outside the U.S. I have always heard of other countries and treatments that are effective there that are not recognized or practiced in the United States.
That’s when I found a treatment center outside of the U.S. I looked a little deeper at their practice, their approach to providing care, and how it was different. What grabbed my attention was the success rate being over 80 percent.
That had my attention. As one might expect, my insurance doesn’t cover treatment of this kind let alone cover cancer treatment in another country.
That’s when I got another idea. Why not invite you to come along with me on my journey. I want to share this experience with as many people as I can and hopefully others will benefit.
I need people and their encouragement during this time. As I go through this I realize this road is only beginning and I still have a long way to go.
The cost of the treatment is a one time expense of $57,000. That covers the travel, the hotels, and all the medical care needed to cure me of cancer. I have not worked in over two years and my husband has had his share of health challenges this past few years also.
What I am asking for at this time is your support. Your emotional support, your encouragement, the knowledge just knowing your are with me on this journey is priceless.
And I also need your financial support if your feel led to help in this area. No help is too little. Even a dollar or two is a help.
My hope is to raise awareness and get other people’s attention on other effective ways of fighting cancer.
Along the way I want to open my life and journey to you and the world. My hope is that someone else may benefit from this experience and be able to win their fight with this terrible disease that knows no boundaries.
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Thank you for being here with me and coming along on this journey of life and wellness.
“No matter how much it gets abused, the body can restore balance. The first rule is to stop interfering with nature.” ~Deepak Chopra