Hi, I was diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer on October 18, 2012. I was 56 years old at the time and had NEVER been sick (other then a small cold that I got over in a few days) in my life. So being that age I did not have to take any medications and being so very healthy, saying that the diagnosis was a shock is an understatement! I had 35 radiation treatments, ten chemo treatments, and two internal radiation treatments ! My cancer is in remission! Thank you God, all glory to him!
I would like to share a story with you. About two weeks after I had started treatment I told my doctor that God would take this cancer away (from what I understand I only had a 50/50 chance). About two weeks later I had a pain so severe hit me, that I fell to the floor, and I expelled the tumor!!! Of course the doctor did not know if I had really expelled the tumor and the cancer was gone until a few weeks later when he took me in operating room for my first internal radiation. It was too painful to do a pelvic exam (because of radiation treatments) until I was put under.
I prayed to God to take the cancer away and he answered my prayers two weeks later! I know I received a miracle from God!!! I have and still believe GOD DOES hear our prayers. My cancer has a five percent survival rate. I am human with faults and I sometimes get down knowing that I have only a few years left at best, but then I remember God is in control and with him anything is possible! I know he loves me and no matter what happens he will be by my side. God bless each and everyone.
For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith.
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This story is intended to convey a personal experience and, because every person’s experience is unique, should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional healthcare advice.