January 25 Day 5 Pressing On

Today, I did the F.I.T. treatment and Poly MVA.  Forsythe immune therapy.  This is the customized “cocktail” that has been designed to have the greatest efficacy against the cancer in my body.  Also, since I came down with such a nasty cold and cough I am working with the doctors via natural solutions to rid my body of the virus.  There were 20 patients today getting IV treatments.  Although, it is sad to hear about some of the patients situation there remains a tremendous amount of hope and encouragement in the room.  There is a unique commaderie among the group.  A bit strange eh?

During treatment, I sat next to a 47 year old male (high energy marketing consultant for insurance) that just had his left kidney removed in September due to Renal Cell Carcinoma.  Now, the cancer has moved to his right lung.  He was also told that there is no Chemo for RCC.  But, the Genomic tests prove otherwise.  It was affirming to me that someone with the same exact disease had found out about Dr. Forsythe and the clinic.  This guy finished his 3 weeks of therapy today and looks and feels really good.  He also has been diligent about cutting simple sugars out of his diet and keeping his body in an alkalized state.  Standard of care doctors will tell you that changing your diet isnt necessary.  This is bull.  We have been told that we should keep our sugar intake below 7gms or less per food item.  Did you know that most single serve yogurts have at least 14, 15, 17 gms of sugar?  Sugar is a major contributor toward creating a positive environment for cancer.  Yes.  Thats right. I am now an official “anti-sugar crusader”!  🙂

The major source for my courage and strength thru this journey has been my faith in God and the scripture I study most everyday.  In fact, the one piece of scripture that totally encourages me is Isaiah 41:10. “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God.  I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous hand.”  This is enough for me.  My hope is in the Lord.

Thank you for taking the time to read my story and to join me on this journey.  You cannot imagine how encouraged I am when an email or simple text comes my way.  Don’t ever think this isn’t important.  In life, it’s the little things that count greatly.

Enjoy your weekend—all my best!

Craig

8 thoughts on “January 25 Day 5 Pressing On

  1. Carol Miller

    Craig, you have my thoughts and prayers! I am so impressed with you and your families’ positive attitudes! Keep the good thoughts and I truly believe that you are going to beat this! All my best to you! Carol Miller

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  2. Craig,
    So sorry to hear about the struggles and trials you and your family are enduring. I have been through a fair amount of medical bumps myself… and continue to endure. I understand how emotional and frustrating it can sometimes be. But I also know how much strength you gain from pressing on and learning from the experience.

    The Giles clan is an amazing one. I know you will gain much wisdom and humbleness from this. My thoughts and prays are with you and the family. Thank you for sharing your story.

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  3. Craig,
    So sorry to hear about the struggles and trials you and your family are enduring. I have been through a fair amount of medical bumps myself… and continue to endure. I understand how emotional and frustrating it can sometimes be. But I also know how much strength you gain from pressing on and learning from the experience.

    The Giles clan is an amazing one. I know you will gain much wisdom and humbleness from this. My thoughts and prays are with you and the family. Thank you for sharing your story.

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  4. Kristin Bayer

    I think of you often, pray for you, and bug Kimberly (via Kelsey) for updates. I’m glad to have found your website! May the Lord bless you with health, but even more importantly, with His peace and with faith in His promises to you that extend for all eternity. -Kristin Bayer (Rarick)

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