How to find hope despite your medical diagnosis.
It happens to everyone. The cancer diagnosis falls like a hammer on your heart. You’re desperate, a deer in the headlights, not knowing if you’re making the right decisions about your care—choices that may decide whether you live or die—and yet with so little information.
The fear can be maddening, making it nearly impossible to think clearly.
Yet even at this difficult part of the journey, there is hope.
For the last two years—since our diagnosis and subsequent eradication of the cancer—we have been privileged to be schooled by the ones who healed us—two of the world’s pre-eminent researchers using genomic sequencing as the foundation for multi-drug therapies often producing miraculous results.
They have invested their time in us in order that we might express the essence of their pioneering scientific knowledge in layman’s terms so that you might understand this message of hope.
Make these promises to yourself and those you love: I will find a place where I can be sequenced. I will hang on because I know the defeat of cancer is on the horizon. I will venture out to find the latest in care.
Beyond just determination, to wage this fight we believe you’re going to need hope and strength beyond yourself. We believe God will walk beside you if you ask. He will give you his, hope strength and peace to face cancer. Maybe you’d like to ask right now. Your prayer, could be something like this:
“Dear God, I’ve never faced anything like this. There’s so much information, so many decisions I don’t know how to make. I simply ask you to reveal yourself to me, to bring your wisdom and your power to bear for me. Walk with me, please. I sense you’ve been standing there waiting for me to ask you for help. Well, I’m asking. Please.”
For more suggested prayers, visit the Strength and Peace section of this site.
If you would like to explore more about finding hope on your cancer journey, see the Pathway to Hope.
Note: We are not doctors and we cannot answer your medical questions. For help, we urge you to consult the physicians we recommend in “best clinics.” However, we welcome your questions about finding hope and knowing God.