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One Step Forward, One Step Back

One Step Forward, One Step Back

The results of my CAT scan were fantastic. Lung and liver tumors were half the size of the previous scan. The stomach cancer was almost gone. The tumors in the colon were less clear. The oncologist was so surprised that he was giddy. He expected some growth since it usually requires multiple chemotherapy treatments before […]

Getting There

Getting There

My oncologist and his assistant were quite annoyed when I refused the third round of chemotherapy. Instead, I insisted on having another CAT scan followed by a meeting with my oncologist. The CAT scan occurred yesterday, June 25th. The meeting to discuss the results will be on Tuesday. I can tell that the Pau D’arco […]

Time For Tea

Time For Tea

The battle with colon cancer continues and I now believe I am getting the upper hand. I attribute most of the progress to the Joe Tippens protocol and very little to the chemotherapy. One of the Fenbendazole blogs on FaceBook mentioned that while using the protocol to fight colon cancer, they literally pooped out their […]

A Cure for Cancer?

A Cure for Cancer?

As soon as I was diagnosed with colon cancer, I started searching for “alternative” treatments and cures on the web. While I was accepting the standard medical methods for treating cancer, this was my one life and I was going to throw EVERYTHING I could at my cancer. Initially, I decided to embrace the suggestions […]

My Cancer Story Continues

My Cancer Story Continues

Okay, I have stage 4 colon cancer that has also metastasized to my stomach, liver and lungs. Now what? My oncologist thinks we can squeeze another three years out of my life if we begin “aggressive” treatment with chemotherapy. So that is the plan… or was the plan. The first item on the list was […]

Fading Away

Fading Away

I think I know what dying is like. I’ve been doing it for the past six to nine months or so. Slowly fading away. Lost 50 pounds. Mind foggy. Losing life focus and desire. Abdomen pain. Seeing myself in the mirror each morning is a real shock. With the Coronavirus pandemic, doctors just weren’t available. […]

Hiking to the End

Hiking to the End

I had been struggling with stomach issues for 8 or 9 months. With the Coronavirus pandemic, it was not possible to visit a doctor… until now. After some tests and a CAT scan, the doctor gave me the news: I have stage 4 colon cancer and it has spread to my stomach, lungs and liver.