Hope in Stage 4
Hope has arrived for those who suffer.
By Chris Lawrence
Today there is hope, even in Stage IV. For me, hope came through my faith in God which sustained me through the darkest hours of despair.
Hope also arrived through genomic sequencing and a plan of multi-drug treatment specific to my genetic aberrations.
The story was told on Public Television, and I want to share it to show you in a real life example how genomic sequencing is transforming cancer care.
What happened to me is too impactful not to share. I am a living example of the new frontier in cancer care. That is why I started this mission—to help you find hope, strength, and peace in your fight.
I have found there is only one reliable source of hope, and that is through a relationship with God. You might not believe in God or you might be blaming God for your cancer wanting nothing to do with him. But he wants to walk with you through this, give you strength, give you direction, and comfort and legitimate hope. God is bigger than your cancer.
I recommend these articles on our site. As with cancer treatment, it is important to consider all your options…including being aware of the hope that God is offering you:
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Note: We are not doctors and we cannot answer your medical questions. However, we welcome your questions about finding hope and knowing God.