Like many pancreatic cancer patients, during the Covid-19 pandemic, I am terrified! We are at high risk. Due to the lifesaving surgery, I have diabetes and lost my spleen. Being stage 4 and inoperable this crazy frightening.
We can't do (the normal) extra side jobs to make ends meet. The groceries are thinning out and bills are piling up. Going to the grocery store bring me to tears. Like everyone, I am just so stressed. Please donate if you can safely afford to.
Being a longtime pancreatic cancer survivor (since 2003), people are often surprised that I am still here. I too was pleasantly shocked to live to be 40. (Now 50 and so grateful to be getting older!)
However, the past few years have been quite a challenge with medical bills. The last medical treatment was awful, made me worse and I was not really able to work much at all. Trying holistic treatments now, I have changed my diet and am feeling so much better!:-) Test result improved. My energy is coming back! Weeee!
My first goal is to continue my healing and get back to work. (Totally on track and happy about it!)
Another important goal is to inspire others with my survival of this intense journey to healing!
The ultimate goal is to completely heal and help others to be free from this dang pesky illness. "Out, damned spot! out, I say!"
Let's help each other. I'll share what I have learned and I welcome you to do the same. How can I help? (Please let me know.) How can you help? If (and only if) you can afford to donate funds toward medical bills, I am very grateful to you. If you can't donate, I am very grateful for your good vibes!
Thank you for reading this and praying for me! I am praying for you too!:-)
My Healing Check List and Links:
( Check with your doctor and naturopath for your personal check list. Follow what works for you.)
1- Praying and Trusting God. / spiritofhealthkc.com
2- Eating the best food you can buy. If you are willing to go bold then go Raw Vegan. / livingfoodsinstitute.com
3- Drink Alkaline Water. / wikihow.com/Make-Alkaline-Water
4- Rest and Get Plenty of Sleep. / dailymail.co.uk/health/article-198096/How-sleep-fight-cancer.html
5- Be Prepared. For example: Before I get my scan results, I prepare for everything I can think of. From the worst case result to the best case scenarios and in-between. Be prepared with questions and plan of actions. I visualize how I will react so that I can maintain my composure and focus on getting information. I am not there for a distracting emotional outburst. (Been there - done that - got the T-shirt and donated it!) / nhs.uk/Livewell/cancer/Pages/Gettingyourresults.aspx
6- Be the Boss of your Body! Be kind and thankful to your medical professionals. However, they work for you and they are only human. Interview them, do your research, double check their work and don't let most newbies touch you. Find the very best in their field. You deserver the best!
By the way...Enjoy this video, I love it!:-)
- Nayla K
- Trish Francis
- Rebecca Fandino
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