Sunday, January 9, 2011


Larry and I went to the Burzynski Clinic this past week and I am still in remission and doing great.

The plans are to get me off Tykerb in the next month or two,

also to finish up Rituxin by March and then to start going off the Sodium Phenulbuterate and

other medications from the Burzynski Clinic.

While there, I got to share my cancer story and they filmed me down in the garden

area. So, I get to be on the web site. One of my great desires is to help others along their cancer

journeys and help to make it a little easier for them. I am very grateful to Dr. Burzynski and his wonderful staff of doctors,

particularly Dr. Kubove, for all the excellent care they have and are giving to me.

I want everyone that has cancer to know about this alternative treatment plan so

that they can decide for themselves if it is right for them. While there, I met a cute little man who was born in Africa

and his wife. He was diagnosed with breast cancer and had been at the clinic for a couple of weeks.

His brother is a kidney specialist here in the U.S. and he told him about the clinic.

This man had also felt very inspired by the Lord to go to the clinic. I love the

many people that I have been blessed to meet.

After returning home from the clinic, I stayed overnight and then the next day I left for Utah, where I am right now.

I'm helping our son Jonathan and his wife Carrie and their family get settled into their new home in

Clearfield, Utah...near Salt Lake City. We are having a good time and it is very cold.

Tomorrow the kids and I are going to build a snowman with a long carrot nose.

1 comment:

  1. I just read your last 3 posts and wanted you to know that you inspire me with your great thoughts and spirit. I'm so glad you are in remission. Also I was trying to remember how many kids you have and how many grandkids you have. Good to be able to communicate with you through blogs. Thanks, Margaret.