• long term cancer treated

    Asked by CASSIEME1 on Thursday, March 14, 2019

    long term cancer treated

    please what next family keep one of my church members in your constant prayers. she has been on chemo for almost 3 years. initially the oncologist gave her 6 months, But God!!!!! she is still here still fighting. has not been in remission, has not been off chemo.she is the sweetest person you can ever want to meet.

    8 Answers from the Community

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    • cllinda's Avatar

      The thing about cancer is there are no guarantees that the treatment works. The doctors look at facts_ stats and the patients health before and give an appropriate date. It can be shorter or longer than the date but with God and new procedures and medications, life expectancy can change.
      I do pray for cancer patients to relieve their pain and give them all they need to fight this.
      My brother was given 18 months from the doctors and that was how many months he had left. One just never knows when God will call you up to heaven.

      2 months ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar

      I'm sorry, Cassieme1, that has to be hard! I will lift her up in my prayers. Is her disease spreading or is she just tired of being on treatments?

      2 months ago
    • po18guy's Avatar

      Although no Christian should ever fear dying - it is to be desired to this life, actually (Philippians 1:20>), Nevertheless, prayers are ascending on her behalf!

      2 months ago
    • mwfd's Avatar

      Sorry to hear about your church member. She is in my prayers.

      2 months ago
    • BoiseB's Avatar

      Adding your Church member to my prayer list

      2 months ago
    • Bug's Avatar

      I'm sorry about your friend. She is in my prayers.

      2 months ago
    • beachbum5817's Avatar

      I can't imagine having to be on chemo for 3 years, but we do whatever we have to do to keep on living. She is one strong woman. I will remember her in my prayers.

      2 months ago
    • CASSIEME1's Avatar

      thanks all.

      2 months ago

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