Monday, February 3, 2014

Still in Remission

I am feeling wonderful.  Absolutely wonderful!!  Still in remission.  Everyday I thank Heavenly Father for curing me of cancer and allowing me to live life with my husband and family.  Dr. Burzynski was the tool that the Lord used to heal me...along with my local oncologist.  I'm so grateful for all the prayers and financial help that I have received in the past.  Life is absolutely wonderful!!!


Sunday, August 11, 2013

July 2013

My last ct/pet scan was clean again.  I am feeling sooo good and enjoy life with my wonderful husband.  We just had another darling grandchild born and have 4 more on the way. That will make a total of 21 grand kids.  Amazing.
I'm so grateful to be alive and get to enjoy them.
Last night, Larry and I had a cousin party for our grand children.  We went swimming, popped popcorn, jumped rope (the hose) and watched Polyanna.  We have the most adorable grandkids.  I'm not joking!

Now, Larry and I are helping my brother, Richard, to get well of his cancer.  He is going to the Burzynski Clinic.  Our family raised almost $20,000 to assist him.  My sister, Helen, called the family members and pulled at their heart strings and put on the pressure.  It's amazing how they responded.  Then, an anonymous family donated $10,000 to help with his care.   I know God is blessing  him.
He has 8 children and his youngest is 1 years old.  He has great hope of getting well. 


Tuesday, January 8, 2013

New CT Pet Scan Results

Yes!!  Clean results again.
I had my scans on 12/28/12 and there is No hypermetabolic lymphadenopathy.
I feel so blessed to have great health, great doctors, and amazing friends and family!
Love is wonderful!


Sunday, August 26, 2012

Last Tests

Just a quick update-
I went again to Dr. Burzynski in July and my pet scan was completly clear of cancer again.  I've just been too busy to write.  (But, no excuses Margaret)  Dr. Burzynski lowered my medicines again and will do it again in December.  They plan to have me completely off the anti neoplastins in June or July of 2013.

Christina and Joseph had their third baby, a darling little girl, born the last day in July.  She had another c-section.  I got to go and help her out for a couple of weeks.  Then I brought some of our grand children down from Utah to be at our grand daughters baptism in Arizona.  We are so proud of Rebecca for making the choice to be a member of Jesus Christ's church.  Then we brought the kids back to Utah and helped Christina a little more.  Today Tate is 8 years old and he will be baptized next month.  He's so excited!

In two weeks we go back to Utah for a do-Terra seminar and to visit Jonathan and Carrie.  It seems like we spend a lot of time in Utah.  We are so excited to get to see their new home and visit with their family.  On the way home we will attend our new grand daughter's baby blessing down in St. George.
I was well all summer..but...
This week I've had a bad sore throat...and have been trying to get better.  Gargling with warm water and a touch of ginger and red pepper is amazing.  I've also been using oregano oil and other essential oils.  I'm doing a lot better I think.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

My Father in Law

My wonderful father in law passed away a few weeks ago.  My husband and I were suppose to go to his home for dinner and spend some time with him.   But because our daughter and her husband and kids were coming down from Utah, Larry went alone.  Larry found his dad sitting in his favorite chair.  He had died in his sleep.  Larry was able to spend a little quiet time there with him until the rest of the family came over.  We all met together in the living room and reminisced and talked about things.  My father in law, Don Manning, is an incredible man full if love and wisdom.  We all miss him very much!  But, he is now with his sweetheart, Marva Call Manning, and couldn't be happier.  He died Easter week which worked out well for all the family.  The funeral was very special and the talks and music were a great tribute to him.  Dad had served his country and a large folded flag was given to both of his son's as a tribute and memory of their father.  It has been a very busy past two weeks as all of us have emptied out the home and divided up his belongings.  The home is already on the market ready to be sold.  He has a beautiful flower garden and vegetable garden and has always taken excellent care of his home. 

In just 3 days, our son, Thomas, will be married to Tannis.  We are very excited for this marriage and she will fit in well with the family.  She is very sweet and extremely positive and smart.  Thomas loves her so much.  They'll be married for time and all eternity in the Arizona Temple.  Family will be heading down tomorrow.  Lots of things are happening at our house and I am so happy to be alive and able to be here on this earth to see our son get married and to enjoy our family growing up.
I thank God everyday for sparing my life and granting me extra time on this earth.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Special Birthday

I've had a wonderful day! Breakfast with Aaron and Andrea and their 5 kids. Lunch with Maria and her son,Sam. Dinner with Larry at Olive Garden. (Thank you Joseph and Christina!) I'm stuffed full of fun, memories and food. My friends and family have all called, sent or brought by gifts and I feel very loved. I have a big smile on my face! I'm grateful for my parents and miss them as they are up in heaven. I appreciate all their sacrifices for me and their great teachings. I wish I could hug them and thank my Mother for bringing me into this world.
I'm 56 years old and was born in '56. So that is special. Also, I was told that I wouldn't live longer than a year with cancer if I didn't do chemo. I was also told that if I did the strongest chemo in the hospital and bone marrow transplant twice that I may live 3 years...but not with good health. It's been 3 years and I feel great and am truly blessed with wonderful health. I'm so thankful to all my loved ones and for their prayers and money and faith in my behalf. Also, I am so grateful to my loving Heavenly Father and for His great mercy in extending my life and healing me...and for His guidance to Dr. Burzynski. :) :) :)

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Back from the Clinic

It's been a wonderful couple of weeks. Our new little grandson, Andrew, was born to Aaron and Andrea. He was born at home and is healthy and well. The next day, Larry and I flew to Houston, TX to see Dr. Burzynski. There is no sign of cancer at all. He has reduced the medicine he has me on to 3 times a day instead of 4. I need to have another ct/pet scan in 6 months and will need to go back to the clinic. He wants to make sure there are no stem cells left in my body. Everything looks really good. Still in remission!
Came home from the clinic and watched Aaron and Andrea's other 4 kids for several days and then flew to Utah to be with Jonathan and Carrie and there kids. We had a great time together! On the flight home, I met a darling young lady who donated $500 towards my medicine! She is soooo sweet.
Now I'm home and Thomas is engaged! He is marrying Tannis, who is a darling girl and we love her. That happened last night, on Valentine's. This weekend, we will be meeting her parents and going out to dinner.
Our daughter, Christina and her husband found out they are expecting a girl! We are so excited. They spent the morning at the hospital though as she has been spotting. She over excercised and needs to stay down for awhile. They say the baby is fine.

B

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Gardening

We have a beautiful garden and I've reaping this morning. I just got 3 heads of cauliflower, 2 cabbages, radishes, tomatoes, cilantro, parsley, lots of lettuce and more. It's fun! But I miss my little grand daughter, Lily, because she is my helper when it comes to reaping. Now she lives up in Utah and I have to reap all by myself.

This weekend we leave to Houston to visit Dr. Burzysnki. I'm anxious to find out if I can start diminishing my anti neoplastins and then got off of them entirely. I'll do whatever the doctor says to do. I love going to the Burzysnki clinic. They are so positive and upbeat there, and have a wonderful spirit about them. I've packed my bags already and am ready to go.

I'm hopeful that our grandson will be born before we leave, as he was due last week. I love life and am soooo grateful for may more years ahead of me. I've been exercising and bike riding and just enjoying the beautiful weather. I've also started writing our family history. I'm eternally grateful to a loving Father in Heaven who was so merciful to me and who snatched me from an early death of cancer. I'm also indebted to Dr. Burzysnki and his staff as well as my wonderful family and friends. So many have prayed for me and paid for my pills. I want to bless other peoples lives and serve in whatever ways I can.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Ct/Pet Scan again

Well, I got the results back from the latest Ct/Pet Scan taken after Christmas. It was perfectly clear and absolutely no sign of cancer. So, I have been clear since August 2010. I feel set free! It' a wonderful feeling. It's so nice to have energy, health, and the ability to go forward with my life. I enjoy serving my family and others, spending time with my dear husband, organizing the house and planning for the future. I love going for bike rides and walks and the list goes on and on. I feel like Scrooge when he sang the words, "I love life, life loves me."
Yesterday, I baked bread, made pizza, and watched my darling grandson. Today, Larry and I put away Christmas and further organized the garage, went shopping and prepared for the Sabbath. It was fun to have the tree up so long. We actually wanted to keep it up until the Wise men came...like our Mexican friends do. I got some some gifts too!

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Christmas


I love Christmas time! It's my favorite time of year...singing the beautiful Christmas Carols, being around family and friends more, studying more deeply about the life of Jesus in the New Testament...seeing the shiny lights and all the service and giving that makes Christmas so magical!

The most wonderful gift ever given is the gift of our Saviour Jesus Christ. Jesus has saved my soul from sin and from pain and sickness and I will forever be in debt to him. God truly loves all of us so much that "He sent His Son," to rescue us. We are all on a journey to find true peace and happiness and I know that it is only found through Jesus Christ. Just like the Wisemen of old, we can follow the light of gospel truth and find Jesus. But, when we find Him, we don't find the little baby or child, we find the risen Lord. The greatest miracle ever is the atonement of Jesus, when he suffered for our pains, sorrows, illnesses, and sins, died on the cross and was resurrected! Because of this, we can each be cleansed and dwell with Him someday.

It is through Jesus Christ that I have been healed. He is the "Great healer" and can work through inspired men and women on earth to assist Him in His work. He reaches out to each of us and desires to heal us in His own time and way.
Merry Christmas friends and family..and remember that God loves you!

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

News clip

Last night, Channel 3 News did a feature story on Dr. Burzynski. My husband, our son Thomas and I were all interviewed a couple of weeks ago. Last night I received an email from a dear woman up in Flagstaff whose son has Mantle Cell Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma like I did. I called her back and we talked. She is a very determined woman who has great faith and deep love for her only son. He's in his early 30's, and has kids. She had watched the news and somehow found my email address. She has passed on the info to her son and felt it was an answer to her prayers.
Channel 3 is doing a wonderful job...and they are very brave to share the truth on the air. I'm going to watch their news station more often because they are open minded and are good people.
Even if the news clip can help one person get over cancer then it was worth it. Again, I am sooo grateful to be well and cancer free!! I want to do all I can to spread the word about Dr. Burzynski and how he is doing a great work in helping to cure cancer.

Click here to go to video

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Fractured leg

Ouch! Yesterday I fractured my fibula bone, near my ankle. Oh well.
So, I'm on crutches, using a wheel chair and also a scooter. I'm all equipped. I was at Maria's house coming down her stairs and I missed a step or two and hit the tile really hard. I should have taken off my glasses because the bottom part of the lens is about 300 and used for reading....and I couldn't see well. Anyway, I was fine for about 4 hours until something must have cracked. I was at Michaels' getting some ornaments and I was suddenly in severe pain. I hopped around looking for a basket, bought my items while on one leg and hopped out to the car. I couldn't drive with my right foot. I was in excruciating pain driving along with my left foot. I hopped into the house and then crawled to the couch. I called Larry. Yeah for Larry. He came to the rescue and brought me to the doctor. Now I am wearing a removable cast up to my knee. It could take up to 8 weeks to heal. Another trial. I'm so glad that my house is all decorated and the tree is up. I wish it wouldn't have happened and I will be more careful in the future. But....come what may and love it!

Monday, November 28, 2011

Thanksgiving 2011



What a wonderful Thanksgiving!!!!
We had all of our children here and their families. the meal was yummy...everyone helped out!
The weather was perfect. We enjoyed making Ginger bread houses and Christmas trains together. The adults ate a delicious dinner on Friday at Mi Amigos and then went to a play "It's a Wonderful Life." On Saturday we had our pictures taken at Brandt Studio and he is amazing. It was so fun and I'm so excited to see the pictures. He is so entertaining and makes you laugh. The picture is our gift for Christmas from Aaron and Andrea. I can't wait to get it on our wall.

On Sunday, Larry and I spoke in church on Gratitude and it was so special to have all of our family in attendance as well as Larry's father. We spoke on the miracles in our lives. How I was healed of cancer and how Larry was healed of diabetes. The Lord has been so merciful to us and extended our lives. We are eternally indebted to Him. I am so thankful for prayer and the Spirit that directs our lives.
We got the 2 families off to Utah after church and sent with them their Christmas packages. That will save us money not having to mail them.
They texted us last night saying they arrived safely. Yeah!!

We've got the Christmas tree up and today we'll finish the lights and the decorating.....hopefully.
I'm so happy that I am feeling great and can enjoy my family. Health is so important and I love spending time with my children, their spouses and my grandchildren.
(and husband of course!)

Good news...Christina is pregnant and they are expecting in August. They will have three kids under the age of 2. (at least for a month before Craig turns 3) Crazy huh. But I'm excited.
So, with Aaron and Andrea's son coming in January, that will be 16 grand kids. Wow.
Life is wonderful!!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Scan Results

In case anyone wants to know about my last ct/pet scan results dating 11/2/2011 they are posted below.

1. There are no changes since the prior study.
2. There is no abnormal hypermetablolic activity present from the neck down to the pelvic region to suggest the presence of any metabolically active metastatic disease.

I am so happy that I am well and have been in remission since 8/2010. I'm very blessed and am enjoying life sooo very much!!!

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Ct/Pet Scan today

I'm finally feeling really good after my operation. It's so nice.
Today I have my 6 month ct/pet scan to check for tumors.
I'm fasting and get to have the glucose injection then wait in a chair for 45 minutes before getting to ride on the bed that goes under the big machine with the doughnut like hole. I put my arms up while I ride in and out of this hole. By the time they are done my arms are slightly numb. They try to make me as comfortable as possible. They will be looking for abnormal metabolic activity. In the past they have checked me every 3 months. I have my appointment with Dr. Kellogg on Thursday to find out the results.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Spoiled

I feel spoiled by my friends and family. The other night, my son, Aaron, and his wife and four kids showed up at the door with cleaning supplies and a vaccuum, broom, mop, etc. They scoured the house... and it really needed it. It was soooo nice of them. I was really touched by their love. Also, Maria, brought in delicious homemade bread today. The other family members are kind and loving as well and do what they can. So, as you can see, I am spoiled.

Also, my friends have been there as well. We had another delicious dinner last night and a girlfriend helped me with my ipod and downloaded new music onto it for me.
I feel like I'm bragging. I hope not.

It was wonderful to have Larry's father over tonight for dinner. He brings a special feeling into our home and I admire him very much.

I feel much better today than yesterday.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Ouch!

I had my operation this week and am in pain. I'm resting most of the time. Many kind people are bringing in meals. My dear family members have called, brought cards, flowers, and love. Larry is being very helpful as well. Thomas is sick and so is his girlfriend, so I am playing keep away and trying to stay in the bedroom most of the time. I am wearing a mask as I'm typing.
Life is good and I will continue to heal. Thank you to all that are there for me.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Great Health

I still feel great and yet am still taking the Burzynski Pills for a while longer.

In two weeks I will be having an operation and will be down for 6 weeks.

It has nothing to do with cancer....it's a partial hysterectomy that I've needed for

some time.

I feel really good about getting it done, and have an excellent doctor.

This week is filled with lots of family events and celebrations!! Life is good!



Sunday, July 31, 2011

Great Family

I sure do love my family. Recently Larry and I (and our grand daughter) went to Utah and visited Jonathan and Carrie and their family. Joseph and Christina and their kids also were there with us. We had so much fun. I can't even name everything we did together. We had some fun times and made great memories. A few things we did are:
We went to "This is the Place Monument, had a picnic, panned for gold, rode ponies, went to the 24th of July parade in Ogden and saw the Rapunzel float and the tractors...it was a great parade. Then we went to the Golden Spike and saw the train, also to ATK and saw where they made the rockets, visited with the Parkers and had a delicious barbecue and good visiting with them.....and also went to Salt Lake Temple Square and saw the Christus statue and learned about the prophets that have lived on this earth throughout history. (And more things)
We missed being with all of our family....but today we saw the rest of them here in Arizona. Aaron and Andrea had us all over for dinner and we enjoyed homemade chile re llanos and empanadas and a complete Mexican meal. We had a great time watching Thomas' mission pictures on TV and hearing him tell about his mission to Washington State.
I'm just so grateful for a loving family and for the spouses of our children. Also, we have 14 darling grandchildren that are very loving and smart.
I have so many blessings. I love my husband very much and he loves me. What else can I ask for?

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Doctor's comments

Yesterday I went to my oncologist for a 3 month checkup. He said that there is no sign of the tumors returning and that the blood work looked good. Upon leaving he pointed up to Heaven and said that he attributes my healing to God. He knows that it is a miracle and he didn't want to take the credit for it. He and Dr. Burzynski have simply been tools in God's hands. I'm so grateful for my doctors. I believe in miracles!

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Random things that make me smile

Our chihuahua had 6 adorable puppies and we finally sold them all except the one that no body wanted. She was the only girl with the 5 brothers. She has an under bite and lots of freckles. We are keeping her and think she is special. Her name is Princess Freckles. Cookie and Princess are happy together and we love both of them. (It was hard to give up the other puppies though)

I cleaned the kitchen pantry and found weevils. Yuk! So, glad to have them gone.

Larry and I went to Saturday night Conference together and got motivated and inspired to continue on and move forward. We also saw a video of Christian and Stephanie Nielson, my nephew and his wife, and how they are accepting their new life and are moving on after the plane crash and terrible burns.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHDvxPjsm8E&feature=player_embedded

I got a phone call today from Arline Parker,up in Tremonton, Utah.
She and Boyd are some of our dearest friends and it was great to hear her voice today. They were full time missionaries that rented from us and we grew to be very good friends. We are looking forward to visiting them in July.

I love going swimming most every morning at my sister's house. She has salt water treatment without the high chlorine. My son, James, takes care of her pool. It's sparkling clean and I love having that time alone in the early mornings to swim and look up at the sky and meditate. It's such a beautiful world and I love their trees and flowers and gorgeous pool. It's great exercise, especially for the lymph system.

We enjoyed having my brothers and sisters and their spouses over (well many of them) for a barbecue and talking about good times together. What a great family I've been blessed with. For the first time, the chicken was sooo good and tender. We learned how to do it by basting it in oil and vinegar salad dressing and Red Devil Cayenne Pepper Sauce. Yum!! Thanks to the LeSueur's who gave us the recipe.

I survived Girls Camp and had a good time. Actually I had a touch of the flu while there. But, we had fun making bubble gum necklaces, putting on a skit, doing Singing trees, early morning exercises, and having yummy food. I'm so glad I could go this year.

Now I get to go to bed. Good night.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Incredible weekend




I sure love my family and had an incredible Memorial Weekend with them.

Jonathan and Carrie and Christina and Joseph and their kids came down from Utah.

We had all 6 of our kids here. We got pictures at Freestone Park,

went swimming at the Moyers several times, planned our July family reunion up in Utah,

ate lots of meals together, laughed, played, went to the cemetery

to remember our loved ones, and just had a wonderful time together. It feels so good!


Each member of our family is so different and unique and adds their own spice or flavoring.

I'm so glad to be feeling well and be in remission with cancer so that I can enjoy these

special times with each of them.

I want to be around for many years to come...and I will.

Here is a picture of Larry and me and another of us and our kids.






Sunday, May 8, 2011

Red Roses

It's been a wonderful Mother's Day. Larry got me a beautiful corsage of mixed flowers to wear and my children and their families came over and I ended up with 3 bouquets of red roses. So, I like to think that this year is going to be a beautiful one for me.
I'm so grateful to be a mother and grandmother. I'm grateful for all the mothers in my life...especially my dear angel mother that brought me into this world. She was so patient and caring and was a great example. I don't know how she did it. I'm looking at our dog at this moment who is nursing her 6 puppies and admire her as well. She is so dedicated and is probably worn out as mothers get sometimes. But, she continues on and grooms and feeds them. Chihuahua's usually only have 2-3 puppies, so 6 puppies is a little overwhelming. They are so cute.
James and Julie came over as well and brought their adorable little girl that was born the same day as the puppies. She is a cuddly little thing. I got to hold Maria's handsome little boy, Sam for a short time as well. All the grandkids' are darling. Rebecca lost her other front tooth and looks adorable. We had a little performance where they shared talents. How fun to be a grandmother.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Great News

Happy Easter! It was a wonderful weekend filled with family, food, an easter egg hunt, attending church,and taking care of the puppies. I miss Jonathan and Carrie and Joseph and Christina and their kids. They couldn't come down from Utah this Easter, but we will see them in a couple of weeks.

I met with my oncologist a couple of days ago and he told me the results of my latest Ct/Pet Scan, blood work and heart test. Everything was perfect! There is no sign of cancer or hypermetobolic uptake of any kind.
My Oncologist agrees that my healing was nothing short of a miracle. I'm so grateful for my inspired doctors and great friends and family who have helped to bring this miracle to pass. On this special Easter Day, I think about my Savior, Jesus Christ and how that he is the great healer. Not only is He the great healer, but He is my Redeemer. He made it possible for me to be healed of cancer and also possible for me to return into His presence someday. What a wonderful gift that Heavenly Father gave to each of us, in offering His Only Begotten Son... because of His great love for His children. I trust in God and know that He has a plan for me. He grants us the righteous desires of our hearts and blesses us as we pray and work hard to do our part. God is my personal friend and I love Him dearly.

Monday, April 18, 2011

News

We have a new precious grand-daughter. James and Julie had their first last night, and she is sooo beautiful. Julie had a fairly long labor but did a great job. They are off to a good start and will be amazing parents. James is one proud daddy.

Yesterday, our Chihuahua, named Cookie, had 6 puppies. It was quite the adventure. Sid Curtis and others came over to help. I didn't know all the things involved...like the birthing bed...etc. They are all doing fine and are busy nursing as I type. They are so cute.

Also, yesterday, the young adults sang and performed the "New Song of Zion" in church. That's another story. It went very well and I hope...well I know it will continue to be sung.

This week is filled with doctors appointments and busyness. Life is great!!!!

Friday, April 15, 2011

It's been awhile

Life is wonderful, busy, crazy at times, yet rewarding. It's been so long since I've written. Just wanted to mention a few things that have been going on. Over the last 3 months, Larry and I have been blessed tremendously. We've caught up on bills, etc. After selling my car, we got another one. I really like it. It has a sun roof and it's cute and comfortable. We've been to Utah twice and are going again in a few weeks. Christina and Joseph are moving in a couple of weeks and we want to help them and then also visit Jonathan and Carrie and their family.
Our darling Chihuahua is having puppies any day now and so if anyone wants to buy one for $100 let me know.
I'm going in for a Ct/Pet Scan next week and also to do the gene testing blood work at Sonora Lab. I'm feeling great and love life.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Happy Birthday to Me

Well, tomorrow is my birthday and I will be 55 years old. That sounds like a great age.
Two big handfuls. So, I thought I would list some of my favorite things.....I enjoy
hiking in the desert,taking walks on my golf course, feeding the ducks, walking barefoot in the grass and being outside in the rain. I love children and playing with them, especially having one on one time with them. I love soft rabbits, beautiful rainbows, elderly people, and babies. I enjoy studying the scriptures and listening to the prophet and leaders speak. I love gardening and cooking. I love being alone and just singing and talking to myself. I enjoy playing the piano. I love ballet and dance. Also, it's fun to go out to lunch with my girl friends. I like decorating and making my house pretty. I love my husband and children and sisters and brothers, and my special friends. Oh....and of course....a nice hot bath. Then there's the foot massage....that's nice too. I love birds and listening to them sing. My favorite thing is also praying and feeling close to the Lord and getting guidance and direction in my life. Oh...and I love being inside the temple. Thomas and I went today and the Spirit was so strong. It's truly the house of the Lord. These are some of the things that bring me happiness and joy and are some of my favorite things.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Grandkids

I'm looking forward to watching four of our grandkids for 8 days as their parents go to Spain. What a miracle to be able to do that. My health is wonderful and we will have a great time together. It will be challenging at times but I'm ready for it. Fun fun fun!!!

It's a wonderful responsibility to be a grandmother and I want to have a powerful influence for good in the lives of my posterity. Hopefully Larry and I will be able to share meaningful stories and have memorable experiences with them. They are so cute!!
I'm going to make some plans so that it will be somewhat successful. :D

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Sedona

We went to Sedona yesterday to the Film Festival and had a great time. Larry and Thomas and I were invited to be guests at the showing of the Burzynski Movie. It was great! Afterward their was a question and answer time and I got to stand up with the Producer/Director and tell about my cancer story. The people were very intelligent and seeking to be well informed. The director and his wife took us out to dinner and we talked and got to be good friends. They are in their early 30's and have a great mission to perform as they are traveling through out the United States and other countries sharing the message about Dr. Burzynski and his cancer cure. The director, Eric, gave us a free DVD of the movie and I hope that it will be viewed by many people. I am also hoping that Scottsdale or Tempe may have a Film Festival and that the movie can be shown there. I know that Dr. Burzynski is a very inspired man and that many people are and will continue to be helped through his antineoplastins.