Every Breath I Take

lifecoaches_breatheI am so grateful now for every breath I am allowed to take. With some very aggressive tumor masses in my right lung, breathing these past few weeks has not been easy. But, I can see some progress from the previous two bronchoscopies done last week. Today, I was able to walk from my home to Cancer Treatment Centers of America with very little breathing discomfort. While I may walk slower these days, at least I can still keep walking. I am still living and breathing to fight another day over this cancer. Thank You Lord Jesus for your continued healing over this stage 4 kidney cancer in my lungs.

This upcoming week my oncology team is planning on giving me a single blast of radiation to the problem area in hopes of slowing down or shrinking the tumor mass in my right lung.

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  1. John Anthony,
    So glad to hear that your breathing has improved. A blessing from God. Many of my friends are holding you in prayer.
    Continuing to ask God for healing of the remaining tumors. That would be a real Christmas miracle.
    Blessings and Love,

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