my odyssey from lung cancer diagnosis through lung cancer surgery for Stage 1 in Mar 2012 to as of now, May 2013, trying to survive Stage 4 lung cancer with metastasis to the brain
I agree, Patrick. I think about you every day. I hope you get to go home soon. Jackie
Patrick, I can't tell you how much you inspire and encourage me. In everything about you, and in everything you write, your indomitable spirit just shines through. You meet all of life's hurdles with such courage and humour. I pray God that you will come through all this restored to health and wholeness.
Amen Patrick and God Speed!!! Love you
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Interesting about strengthening the red blood cells, as this can be used for all cancer patients AND survivors. I survived stage IV cervical/rectal cancer, http://supportbravegirls.wordpress.com/ if you want to see what i tried for natural therapies in conjunction with my chemo-radiation.Hope all is well in your world.Keep the faith!
As a person with MS, Patrick inspired me with his dedication to Patty and his outlook on life in general. I'm so happy that he shared his life with all of us.
Patrick, if there was anyone who should have beaten this, it was you. Even in your illness you inspired so many of us to look at the beauty of life. Your humour was inspiring. I am so sorry you are not with us but I am thankful for your life and hope you are enjoying your place in heaven where there is no more suffering. I send my love to your family, especially your Megan who seems like an angel on earth and your love Patti . May they be comforted in their grief. With love and prayers. Gayle Pard
I came across Patrick's name on the Pennsylvania Lung Cancer Partnership Facebook Page and was very sorry to see that he has passed. I work for Brädo Creative Insight (www.contactbrado.com). We are currently working on a couple of research projects related to lung cancer. We have a study coming-up in Philadelphia & Memphis and need to talk to patients diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer (stage IIIB and IV) and caregivers, to better understand the emotional journey patients/caregivers go through with this horrible disease. The study will be on January 6th & 7th in Philadelphia and January 8th & 9th in Memphis. The interviews are 90 minutes and all participants will be paid (patients $200 and caregivers $150) for their time and contributions. Would you be interested in participating? If so, please call me at 314-621-9499 or FB message me back. If you are able to spread the word and know of anyone interested in participating we would really appreciate it. Please e-mail me at Mandie.Wickenhauser@ContactBrado.com or call me at 314-621-9499. Regards,
I am deeply saddened to hear of Patrick's passing. He was such an inspiration to all of us.This world has lost a beautiful soul. God Bless you Patrick. The angels are smiling with you in heaven.
As a caregiver to a spouse with MS Patrick was a great support to me that I could do this, could handle this and would survive. I am very sad to hear that he has passed on. Life is so unfair.
rest in peace Patrickrache
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How i survived lungs cancer.I was diagnosed of lung cancer in 2011 and the doctor (oncologist), because i was a chronic smoker who started smoking from 16 and told me i had just two years to live that my lungs had been damaged, that even on the best medication i still had two years. I needed help because i was scared to die and i did chemotherapy, radiotherapy and it was unable to treat or help me. I coughed nearly every minute. In my death clock counting just 6 months remaining, if you knew me then i was good as dead because the cancer had eaten me up. My wife was fortunate enough to contact doctor Amber, a herbal doctor who came and treated me in our house using his medicine and that is how i was saved (where western medicine and methods failed), that was the greatest decision my wife had taken aside marrying me. Today i am totally fine without any symptoms of cancer, it was all confirmed by my oncologist that i am clean. Do not die in silence or rely only on western medicine herbal medicine is very effective. You can contact the doctor on (email@example.com) for more information about his treatment.
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Everyone here i think would have gotten a piece of their share from cancer, with some being able to survive and others dying even with the high efforts of oncologists. I had lungs cancer due to the fact that i was a hardcore smoker Due to the terrain in Alaska. I started to have symptoms in 2008 and i was diagnosed in April 2009. Several therapies of treatment were prescribed but none seemed to help me. I had just less than a year to live. Less than 6 months to go i read about Doctor Roland who is a herbal doctor that treats cancer. At first i doubted because my case was chronic and even if he could help it was already late. I had nothing to lose so i contacted him and he was very encouraging even in my condition and i placed an order for the herbal medicine which i used for 3 months. Even before i was done using it i felt strong and after it all i went for diagnosis and i tested negative. This is a permanent cure because it's been three years from my supposed death and i am still very strong and alive. Do not give up soon on yourself just reach him on (firstname.lastname@example.org) i am positive that if i can be cured you too can. I pray for all cancer patients worldwide.
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