Paul’s history from 12-2001 through 12-2002
Paul was diagnosed with throat cancer on Christmas Eve 2001, and was given 96 hours of chemotherapy and 28 days of radiation in early 2002. On May 31st, 2002, he had radical surgery to his throat, leaving him unable to eat or speak. In December, 2002, He was given 3 to 4 months to live. He was fed by means of a Continue reading Paul Lokkosmoe’s Story
As of January 5, 2004
As I was being monitored for prostate cancer for the past few months, as I always do, I prayed for wisdom, peace of mind, and healing.
The Lord certainly answers prayers. Through a close friend’s father, Bob Davis. who had “terminal” cancer 7 years ago, I found out about his web site (www.cancersuccess.org). He has a wealth of information Continue reading Jim Hudson’s Cancer Success Story
Géza was diagnosed with stomach cancer in January 2000 when he was 64 years old. His stomach was removed in February 2000. Additional tumors were found in his diaphragm in July 2000. Chemotherapy was given August 2000 Continue reading Geza’s Cancer Success Story