Cancer Expenses for Kyle Coddington
From us: we are Greg and Keri Knupp, friends of the Coddingtons. The Coddingtons are a family of 7 and we know that the medical and associated travel expenses are going to be a challenge. Kyle will be undergoing aggressive chemo and radiation therapy. The Coddingtons are Christians and are trusting God through all of this. This GoFundMe account is a chance to put action (through giving) alongside prayers for the Coddingtons.
Kyle, Jan 7th 2014 I was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma and given three months to live, by one doctor and 10% chance to live 2 years by another. A third doctor, Dr Ashamala at Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn said, "when we cure you". Those words gave me hope and hope is what you need with this disease. The three years I've spent is because of my doctors, friends, family and the Arch Angel Michael. who arrived while I was trying to envision an army to come and fight my cancer. My radiation team, churches and friends all began to pray to him and my prayer is: Thank you Jesus for sending the ArchAngel Michael. Arch Angel Michael, guardian of Heaven, defender of me. place you sword on my wound and send your pulsing energy into my cancer and turn her into blue dust that will drift away on a breeze. I'll pray for you and send the ArchAngel Michael to you.
Kyle you look like a strong fighter and take it from someone whom has watch their husband go thru this battle also.. Dec 2010 he was diagnosed and began the journey of radiation, chemo, and arsenic.. as of Sept 2016 he finally decided to stop chemo treatments...he is still with me but is losing his memory and having a hard time communicating...so know that they are just what doctors know from all they have treated that they're a few whom surpass and go forward.. Sending you the ANGELS to help get you thru this awful time know that your belief in GOD will get you thru this
God bless you, Kyle! I saw you on Fox and Friends today and was touched by your story. I don't have much to give but I want you to know that we are all praying for you and your family. We wish you the best in your treatment and recovery. A miracle is in store for you! Your friend in Christ, -Tommy
Hello Kyle . I have a dear friend with the same cancer and I was looking up articles and books on the topic. To my surprise, I discovered an alternate theory of cancer’s origin that is quite credible (“metabolic theory”) and also cookbooks on how to use this information (calorie-restricted ketogenic diet). There are clinical trials as well (search on terms: ketogenic diet and cancer on: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ . I found 8 trials listed last time I looked. Here are some resources that I have discovered—but there are many others (especially on KD diet): Books: Tripping over the Truth: How the Metabolic Theory of Cancer Is Overturning One of Medicine's Most Entrenched Paradigms Hardcover – February 2, 2017 (newest edition in just out).Travis Christofferson (Author) Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds. Kelly A. Turner (Author) Fight Cancer with a Ketogenic Diet, Third Edition: Using a Low-Carb, Fat-Burning Diet as Metabolic Therapy 3rd Edition. Ellen Davis (Author) Journal articles: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5110522/ http://www.rsg1foundation.com/docs/patient-resources/The%20Restricted%20Ketogenic%20Diet%20An%20Alternative.pdf Other sources: http://www.diagnosisdiet.com/what-causes-cancer/ http://yestolifecharity.blogspot.com/2015/05/tripping-over-truth-review.html. Good luck to you and your family. I will be praying for you! Sincerely, Donna Lynch
My heart is so heavy to hear of your challenge. I have lost 2 dear brothers to giolblastoma. My husband also has brain cancer. The fight is so difficult. It's amazing how new drugs like avastin, and surgical technics have increased chances and quality of life. Our prayers are with you and your family for miracles, strength and the skills of you physicians. Cherish each moment. You are not alone and realize that we are all here for you.
In 2015 I lost my only beloved son and namesake from an aggressive melanoma that started with a mole and went to the brain. He was faithful and brave like you are Kyle. God is in control, I know you know that. We cant always understand why these things happen. Stay strong and I will pray for a miracle. You have to believe in miracles in times like these.
Kyle my name is Josefina Arrieta and I wanted to share our story with you and tell you that you are not alone we want to transmit strength and hope to you. I also wanted to tell you that we want to help. We have a run in may and we want you to be a part of our mission and receive our support as well as you family. I have copy and past my daughter message and her organization in memory of her husband and ask you to communicate with her please. Linda and Michel Garcia, along with their 2 children, arrived in Huntersville in October of 2011 from Miami, FL. They established themselves in our community and, of course, in our hearts. In February of 2012, shortly after their relocation to Huntersville, Michel was diagnosed with Glioblastoma Multiforme Grade IV Cancer. This form of brain cancer, one of the most malignant, has a 5% survival rate. Michel had been suffering from symptoms including headaches, seizures, difficulty in speech, and comprehension. In addition to the original tumor, a new one was found in the frontal lobe in 2014. Despite this grave prognosis, Michel worked hard to fight these odds. Always with a smile on his face, he greeted his friends at Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics (HFFA) every day. The Garcia's strong faith, support from friends and family, and a will to live keeps this wonderful family going every day. The month of May was chosen because May is national brain cancer awareness month (Silver ribbon). The distance of 7k was chosen because Michel passed in the July. The 1.7 mile distance optional turnaround was chosen because the number 17 was Michel lucky number, which you will also see consistent on race bibs. Michael's family has been very active in the Huntersville community for years. this is what he would say all the time "LIFE IS WHAT PUSHES ME." - See more at: http://fightthegoodfights.org/in-memory-of#sthash.U8kS853D.dpuf
Kyle I don't know you but I believe in paying it forward. My daughter was extremely ill and came upon a Dr Morse. Long story short he has helped more than one hundred thousand people recover from terminal cancer to walking again from a wheel chair excetera.
Don't give up! My husband is currently battling the same cancer but we have God on our side! There will be many tense and scary moments, but as long as you have the right Doctor they will do everything to fight for you. We've done so much research over this. Make sure they do a genetic testing of the tumor, find a neuro oncologist, look into Cronaxle, and consider Avastin if the tumor comes back. There are many long term survivors out there.