Cancer is getting better, what now?

After what was thought to be a successful cure of my prostate cancer in 2008 it returned with a vengence sometime after 2014. I had done 6 month PSA checks for the 6 years following the HDR treatments and was thought to be okay. So I stopped the regular PSA checks. Mistake. 
By the time I reported to for their alternative oncology program, in January 2017, my PSA had risen to 1028 (4.0 or below is safe). It had spread throughout my body and frankly I was considered to be a member of the walking dead.
But the world was not done with me and the IPT treatments were a great success. My PSA is now back to 0.2. I am undergoing one more week of treatment and then a PET scan will reveal the true extent of the success to date.
To say that this has been expensive would be a colossal understatement. Due to good karma and generous friends I have been able to see this through to this point. 
Without their help I would not have made it. At some point I would like to pay them back.
Which brings me to today. Now what. My life savings are gone. My medical expenses, though greatly reduced, will continue into the future, most likely forever.
I have searched the world for something worthwhile that I can do which will incorporate what I have learned through this journey and a good business idea.
I feel after months of research that I have found the answer. AQUAPONICS. The sustainable raising of healthy vegetables, fruit and fish in greenhouses. 
There is no doubt in my mind that all cancer is metabolically preventable. Healthy organic food is the major step in providing what your body needs to keep cancer at bay.
The start up costs will depend mostly on the price of a 2 to 5 acre plot of land to situate this farm and living area. As I am going to need to be in the Phoenix area for ongoing medical treatments from time to time it is logical that this would be where I should start. Not ideal from a water standpoint but the market is here and the weather favors year round production without heating costs.
A vehicle, a small residence and all the greenhouse interior equipment will increase the expense. But I believe it is all recoverable within a one to two year period. And then the operation becomes a moveable template to wherever else makes good sens e to start another farm.
The first part of my program is a six week course on aquaponics beginning mid-March. At some point after that, given that some money has been raised, I will start a search for affordable land.
The funding cannot start soon enough so if you have the means and inclination your support is greatly appreciated.
I thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
Thomas M. (Tim) Watt


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