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Dear Alina, My wife and I feel such sorrow for you and your situation. But I just want to tell you all is not lost there is yet much reason to hope. My wife was diagnosed two years ago with breast cancer. At first all appearances were that it was very advanced and had metastasized. At first she was devastated, but we've both known Jesus as our Lord and Savior for many years, and have seen Him work many miracles over the years to help us through hopeless situations like that. So again we turned to the Lord in prayer seeking his direction as to what we were to do. We're not regular churchgoers because my wife is very shy and doesn't feel comfortable opening up to people much. But we both have very strong personal relationships with the Lord and He can impress on a believer what He wants them to know by guiding them to the right passages in the Bible which are suitable to your situation. Sometimes he will talk to you like that or sometimes through the words of another believer. Even though we believed that God touched her and healed her of any cancer that might've spread from her breast at that time, she still had a lumpectomy and chemo treatments. She is still well and cancer free to this day. We thank God that He has brought us safe through many toils and trials in this life, and we know that when it comes time for us to leave this world, we will be joining our Lord and many of our loved ones in a new life in a perfect place where we'll never be subject to the sorrows of this place again. We're also thankful for the way the Lord has shown us many times how He can rescue us from the dangers and snares of this world while we're yet here and can share the hope with others. I hope you and your mother come to know His love and care as we have. God bless you, you will both be in our prayers.
My surgeon and oncologist recommended chemo, radiation and 5 years of hormonal therapy. I was done with chemo 2 months ago and radiation is next, but I decided not to take it right away because I just want to feel normal again. Chemo was just too much for me. It made me disabled for months. The oncologist told me that if I won’t get the radiation it might cause my death! This really scared me. I am now worried every minute and I feel like giving up again. Is there anyone there who has the same experience and survived breast cancer without the radiation therapy? Please help!
I just finished a 3-month chemotherapy treatment. I am scheduled to have the next treatment which is radiation but I am scared to think that I will be injected radiation into my body. The CTscan came out good so why do I need to take a radiation treatment? The oncologist said that if I won't have radiation the cancer will come back. I am on short-term disability from my job and I just received a letter that if I won't go back to work as soon as possible, I will be terminated. During my chemotherapy treatment I had all the bad side effects of chemo. I lost interest in life and I was so depressed and lost self-esteem in spite of having a very supportive and loving family. I need a second opinion on radiation therapy. I would really appreciate it if somebody will talk to me about this. Thank you very much. hcc
You are not alone. God is with you all the time. You could talk to him anytime. He loves you. He’s your refuge. He is your friend, your protector and everything! He wants you to talk to him like he is there at your side. God brings you peace and love. I also recommend watching the 700 Club. It really makes a big difference. May God be with you always. Oby
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