With all cancers just about being on the increase and even with modern medicine, many people are still dying from this disease. There is No discrimination when it comes to this deadly disease, your age, race, denomination, nor social standing have anything to do with who will die from cancer. Recent history shows us no one is immune from the suffering and pain that comes with cancer.
Who is affected by your diagnosis? Everyone who loves, knows and/or cares for the person is affected and in many cases people from all over the world suffer at the sound of just the word CANCER,' whether they know, knew or even cared for the individual dying. I think the reason for this is because we have all known someone at sometime in our lives that died from the disease.
Imagine being told that you are full of cancer and you don't any chance of survival. What would you give? What would you be willing to do, to get rid of it and possibly extend your life? How would you handle the emotional stress of dying? These are only some of the questions you think about when given those words and when the Dr's. say it is terminal, how many people just give up and believe they have no chance, as told?
There have been many cases of remission after chemotherapy has been given and then death occurs within the mortality rate time factor, which is normally 5 years. There have been rare cases when someone lives many years longer than anticipated and still die from the cancer and then there are those who do not actually die from the cancer, they die due to the complications from the cancer; organ failure, pneumonia or giving up.
Do you believe that your Faith is the major defender for anyone suffering from this deadly disease and there are Miraculous recoveries, which are documented and well researched, proving that the faith of a mustard seed can move mountains. It is true and can be researched for your own understanding.
This story is about someone in this very condition and who has lived by his faith after being sent home from major medical centers without any hope of survival, with no medications and no chemotherapy. Still alive after almost 6 years after being sent home to die.
I would like to know of others and also, what you would do in this situation?