If Only Our Faith Was as Deep as God’s Love

September 9, 2008 at 2:42 pm Leave a comment

A time of waiting, testing?  We have no news yet from the C-T Scan.

Dan’s Dr. is on vacation.  We met with one of his partners who had not had time to review Dan’s case. Last week, we were told there would be news about the growth of the tumor Monday.  Wrong!  It will be Wednesday or Thursday.  The radiologist did not compare the C-T Scan from July with the one taken Friday. This morning I will drive 30 minutes to get a CD of the July C-T Scan taken in Grapevine, and hand carry it to Bedford HEB.  This will take most of the morning.  The Radiologist at HEB will compare the 2 Scans for the size of the tumor and the amount of fluid.  Only then will we know what the tumor is doing.

What we did learn Monday:
1.  The mass is larger now than in July.
2.  The Gemzar and  Taxotere did not work…will not be used again. They made Dan very ill.
3.  There is no known treatment for high-grade, aggressive extraosseous lyomyosarcomas like Dan has.

Today, our dear brother in the Lord in Kumasi, Ghana wrote this helpful message:
“There are  hundreds of people joining you in prayer. Relax (I know it is hard) but the Lord knows the best for His people.
We love you and we are praying for you. Psalms 128: I am sure some day you will eat the fruit of your labor; blessings and prosperity will be yours, and on that day you will shout “Hallelujah.” God bless you and keep you during this time. Comfort and I join you in prayers. Love. Samuel & Comfort” 
From those words of Psalms 128, we take new courage, and will practice relaxing.  Please, keep praying that whatever is causing Dan’s cancer will be healed…and that God’s will be done.  God’s will is all that matters. — Dan and Anne

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