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  • Maryshope has replied to a post on the message board

    I don't have source now, and the gofundme site is no longer up, but I did read that Scott Stephens, whose wife Carly posted about his colon csncer, did die in February.

    January 15 at 2:51 AM view post
    • Maryshope has replied to a post on the message board

      I am so glad to see someone succeeded at what my son was trying to do with THC. The problem here in Texas is lack of support. THC is illegal for the most part. Few doctors will participate in helping patients who do not take chemotherapy. Radiation was not an option. By the time we knew we had to leave the state, my son was too weak, and I had had surgery and was not very well. It was all very depressing for him. No ...

      January 15 at 2:46 AM view post
      • Maryshope has replied to a post on the message board

        I have tried to contact Carly about Scott Stephens but she does not reply. I can't find his name on the Go Fund Me page any longer but do remember seeing on the gofundme website he died in February 2019 I believe.  My 59-yeaer old son died from complications of adenocarcinoma on March 26, 2019. He did not start the THC until 8 months in. He had no help. I was the only one to take care of him and I had part of my...

        January 13 at 7:09 PM view post
        • Maryshope has replied to a post on the message board

          My son, 59 years old, died Sunday, May 26, 2019, a year after he was diagnosed with peritoneal carcinomatosis. The first oncologist said, annoyingly, "There is no cure!  I can't help you!!" Then pushed my older son, my son with cancer, and me out of his office. Another oncologist said, "Folfox might help," but agreed it could cause him to die sooner because it would kill good cells as well as "bad cells." After ...

          May 31 at 5:37 PM view post
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