My journey through cancer was truly a test of fire. It made me realize that I'm not invincible and that any one of us could easily be put in this trial of testing who you are and what you're made of without questions or answers. It brought my faith to a whole new level with God personally. It was the most gut-wrenching and soul-crushing experience I ever had to face.
Support from the Medical Team:
All my doctors at Colombian Presbyterian hospital offered full attention and support. As well as the best medicine possible. I have no complaints.
I'm now glad to say doctors have pronounced me cancer-free from stage four cancer and yes God did a miracle glory be to God, the father, son, and Holy Spirit.
One act of kindness I will never forget is that my whole family came together to help take care of me. Family is very important when going through something like this because when going through a life-threatening illness the first thing we want is love and compassion and the last thing we ever want is to feel alone. My wife and mother are the most in particular people that helped me through this as well as my twin brother.
I managed my life in the best possible way I could. I tried to never give up. I stayed active and ate healthy which was a very big part of recovery.
The Power of Prayers:
My role model is Jesus Christ a God of miracles. That faith in God can truly bring healing and miracles.
As for my quote or a piece of self-belief I'd have to say to anyone who will read and accept this "Attack this giant in four ways have faith in God, pray over your medicine, surround yourself with positive family and friends, and eat healthy mostly veggies.
My message to caregivers is to remember they are dealing with very fragile states and the best medicine is to offer hope and faith in God.
My life has been changed for the better because I now realize each day given is truly a gift and not to be taken for granted.