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Mary,thank you,and praise the Lord the whole procedure went well,our son is already home. His leg from the knee up is now free of a clot. There is a small one in the lower leg but it was too small to put the drip of medicine on. The doctor said for our son to start walking a lot tomorrow,continue wearing the compression hose for a while,and it will all be fine. Please pray for my dear friend of 64 years,shes 72,she has lung cancer which has been kept under control and even shrunk some for the last 3 to 4 years but now has a respiratory infection which is hard to get rid of. She is getting discouraged,plus being very sick with it and fearful the cancer is getting worse because of it but she called me for prayer today,still has faith.
---Darlene_1 on 5/4/11

Hi, I will pray for your son, I am sorry he is in so much pain. :( That's awful, praying God will speed healing.
---Mary on 5/4/11

Please pray for our son,hes 54,and has blood clots in his leg. The usual method of blood thinner hasn't helped much therefore he goes to have treatment to disolve the clots and then they may put in a stint. His leg is very painful and stays swollen even with compression hose but he has kept on working.
---Darlene_1 on 5/3/11

Bless you Cheri, thank you. :)
---Mary on 5/3/11

Mary - I have many friends who went through cancer...including breast cancer. I will pray for you and am sorry for what you are going through..I know God will show you the way. My friends had tremendous help getting through their cancer using the Reliv nutrition. They did not get the horrible side-effects of chemo and their recoveries very successful. God made an amazing body that is designed to heal so the right balance of optimal nutrition is like performance fuel to help it do so. If you are open to learning about that I can connect you with the right people. May God bless you and keep you strong, Mary.
---Cheri_Otzenberger on 5/2/11

Hi, thank you sooo much Donna, you are so right and a voice of wisdom and calm--thank you. :) Blessings to you dear.
---Mary on 5/2/11

Mary, You need to take the intiative/ be asertive since its your health! You do need to ask about experimental treatments, since the doctor will not offer it unless you ask. Also Check the major sites for the latest. It scary I know, but don't hesitate. I reccomend these sites, NCI/Sloan Kettering, John Hopkins/Mayo Clinic. Also Cancer Centers of America. Any Natural alternative sites.

At your stage you should consider all angles. Myself I would combine both the latest Conventional Therapies with a good Nutritional and Natural Therapy . YOU are the one who needs to coordinate that with your Doctors/ Nutrapathic Doctors.

HOWEVER:... Most major Cancer Centers have these teams set in place already for you and they work together.
---John on 5/2/11

mary-- An ultrasound of both breasts is a good idea. The initial idea of losing a breast is a huge emotional shock, but once you accept the idea, think about this. If you need a bi-lateral mastectomy, it's really easier to manage afterward than losing just one breast. You are balanced! It's easier
with either prosthesis or reconstruction to get both sides to match. Plus you never have to worry about the cancer returning in the other breast. On hindsight, I'm not sorry that was the decision in my case.
I continue to pray for you, that you will have God's peace as you make each decision and His comfort each step of the way.
---Donna66 on 5/2/11

Hi all, well I just got freaked out by my doctor, he wants to do an ultra-sound of the left breast and I'm freaking right now, if anyone would pray for peace--and health!--I'd be very grateful, thanks so much.
---Mary on 5/2/11

Mary yes that is potential good news. I pray you will have a speedy recovery. May God wrap you in his love so tight you can feel his presence to bring you peace and strength as you go through this experience. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 5/2/11

Hi, just wanted to share some potential good news: I saw something last night that made me suspect my tumor may be shrinking after only my first dose of chemo! Oh that gives me hope and encouragement! :)
---Mary on 5/2/11

Thank you John, I'm going to be thinking seriously about all my options.
---Mary on 4/30/11

Mary if you going for Radical Mastectomy. You might as well consider the Natural Alternatives (Talk to your doctors about them)I listed for you.

ALSO, Its very important you get not just a second opinion, but several opinions.

---John on 4/30/11

John--//Natural treatment... reasearch is done at our top cancer reasearch centers(I.E. NCI,MAYOCLINIC,JOHNHOPKINS)
True.. //with cure rates far ahead of conventional therapy//
Supply some data please. The opposite is true
---Donna66 on 4/30/11

Hi, bless you Donna and Darlene, I will keep you updated on my hopeful future cure of cancer. :) I will apparently have to have a mastectomy--the chemo is just to shrink the tumors--but God will help me have the right attitude when the time comes. Right now I just bawl! God bless :)
---Mary on 4/30/11

John: My best friend tried natural treatment, and the tumor grew, and instead of doing a lumpectomy, she had to have a radical mastectomy. Natural treatments do not have scientific research to support your thesis that they work.---Trish

TRISH: My best friend tried CONVENTIONAL treatment, and the tumor grew, and instead of doing a lumpectomy, she had to have a radical mastectomy. CONVENTIONAL treatments do not have scientific research to support your thesis that they work.

---John on 4/29/11

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John: My best friend tried natural treatment, and the tumor grew, and instead of doing a lumpectomy, she had to have a radical mastectomy. Natural treatments do not have scientific research to support your thesis that they work.
---Trish on 4/28/11

Hi all, thank you all so very much and God bless you guys. :) Yeah I know what you meant about the "red devil" chemo lol, they're hitting me hard and fast with the heavy drugs first and then it'll get easier. :) God bless you guys, love Mary
---Mary on 4/28/11

Consider Natural Treatment Mary.
Suzanne Summers Cured Her Breast Cancer naturally. Read Her book and Dr. Gonzalaz book.
---John on 4/28/11

Mary so sorry to hear what you are going through. I am praying for you. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 4/28/11

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Mary--- I've been through what you are going through now. I'm praying for you. Chemo is no fun, but not as bad as some people think. IMO the "red devil" (red color in the IV)is the worst, get past that and everything else is easier, even radiation! Blessings.
Keep us posted on your progress.
---Donna66 on 4/27/11

I could use prayer for a difficult relationship with my sister. Please pray for us.
---Trish9863 on 4/27/11

Hi all I am back and very happy to be. I have been staying with Mom for the last 11+ weeks. I sure missed you all. While I was gone my computer went completely out and my Grandson just finished putting together another one. I still don't have regular E-mail though. May God Bless you all and heal your sicknesses,woes,and pain.
---Darlene_1 on 4/27/11

Right on Trish :) I had a minor surgery this morning to put in a port for chemo-I have breast cancer and I start chemo thursday--joy, joy. But if it will save my life, I say BRING IT! :D
---Mary on 4/26/11

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Thanks Mary. I am doing better this week. The cortisone shots seem to have helped a lot, so the bursitis and herniated disc pain is abated. Praise the Lord.

---Trish on 4/25/11

Ouch! So sorry Trish, hope you are resting and feeling better, God bless you.
---Mary on 4/25/11

I have had a rough week, physically. Two painful cortisone shots in spine and hip, and same day, two teeth pulled. Cortisone shots are helping relieve chronic pain.
---Trish on 4/23/11

Eloy, you de man! :-)
---John.usa on 4/8/11

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Doris-- You are correct. Many sins that are forgiven can not be rectified. You can't unscramble an egg.

Sometimes the consequences are painful and lasting.
Sometimes the consequences are not so bad. Sometimes God brings a blessing in spite of a mess! But as far as God is concerned, when sins are forgiven, they are removed as far as east is from the west. west.
---Donna66 on 4/8/11

When the Lord saves a person, aren't all of their past sins forgiven? Even if it is marriage with a non-believer. If one had to go back and make all of the Wrongs right oneself, Jesus died for nothing. Correct me if I'm wrong.
---Doris on 4/8/11

John.usa, you, man, few words. Ok?
---Eloy on 4/8/11

I would like to see the 125-word maximum reduced back to the 75 words it used to be in the past. Anything over seventy-five words becomes extremely boring.
---John.usa on 4/8/11

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I would like to see the 125 word limit expanded to 200 words.

It is very difficult to communicate with such a very limited quota.

I probably would not go higher than that, since we have many preachers here, and we all know how preachers love to pontificate. :)
---John on 4/7/11

Why would a Christian date a Muslim?
---KarenD on 4/7/11

Trish, I wonder if that scripture applies to her husband, that a husband is sanctified through his wife? It's in Romans somewhere. If one is saved and one is not, she is not to leave, because he an be sanctified through his wife. Do you know what I'm talking about?
Those demonic tones I would hear were ruffling my feathers big time and I wouldn't be able to be with anyone intimately who worships a false god.
---Donna5535 on 4/7/11

You were wise to cut off things when you sensed the Spirit telling you to do so, Donna. I knew a woman who was not walking with the Lord when she dated an Egyptian Muslim one weekend, and then married him the next weekend. She has since returned to fellowship with the Lord, and her husband treats her like a queen, but it breaks her heart that he will not go to heaven when he dies, and he is very sick with cancer.

I don't know if you were in sin or not, but the good news is, the Lord forgives us when we ask for forgiveness with a repentant heart, which I believe you have done.
---Trish9863 on 4/6/11

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I just wanted to say hello and tell you folks that I dated a Muslim guy and he was a very nice guy. I told him I am born again of the Spirit of God, Baptized in the Holy Ghost, tongue talking, justified, redeemed, sanctified child of God. We dated and I could hear these demonic tones in his voice that would literally scare me. I could not handle his worship of Allah. I do not believe Allah and Jehovah are the same God. Anyway, at least I gave it a chance, which spoke volumes to him and he said I was a true Christian. But was I in sin? is what I want to know. I was NOT hoping for anything except friendship, but he wanted a wife, he was 10 years youger than me and I want no parts of another marriage.
---Donna5535 on 4/6/11

Thanks alan....At least I know they don't all remember how old I am. LOL
---KarenD on 4/3/11

Karen ... CONGRATULATIONS...........on fooling them all!!
---alan8566_of_uk on 4/2/11

Hehehehe! Good one Karen! :D I had a feeling :D
---Mary on 4/2/11

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Anyone notice that was posted on April Fool's Day. LOL
---KarenD on 4/2/11

I have reached the point with wars and weather pressure globalized, where worry is constant. Jesus said "In the world you will have tribulation, but be of good courage, I have overcome the world." So, April is my turning point to re-learn how to "Enjoy the little things" and take "baby steps." I have a feeling that will bring me closer to God.
---Geraldine on 4/2/11

I was invited to a local church's social occasion. They seem to feel I have the dishwashing gift (c: It was fun to be with the people (c: I spend much of my time alone on the computer, so being with real people is needed. And, Karen, you are going to have someone to keep you company, all the time for a while. God bless you! (c:
---Bill_willa6989 on 4/2/11

I am still hobbling around with stitches in my toes where the surgery was done. This is going to be a long process.

Also, the weather in my part of the world is anything but Spring like. We had freezing rain and snow today. I would really like to experience Spring.
---Trish9863 on 4/1/11

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Gee! How did that happened KarenD?

It's Good News Sarah!
---John on 4/1/11

Obviously, Karen, God disagrees with you.
---Cluny on 4/1/11

Congratulations--I think. :) God bless you and yours. :)
---Mary on 4/1/11

Welllll.....I just found out I am pregnant and I am toon old for this!!!!!
---KarenD on 4/1/11

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