Today is my LAST day of Chemo treatments

Last ChemoToday is my last chemo treatment. Please “like” this post to show your support in my fight against cancer! I would love to see 100+ likes. If you Like and Share I’m confident that more will join my fight!

I started this battle on Halloween 2011. That was 696 days ago (nearly two years).

Four surgeries, twenty-two radiation treatments, eleven treatments of FOLFOX and Oxaliplatin, twelve treatments of FOLFIRI and Erbitux, and countless Scans later I finally have a legitimate shot at a FULL REMISSION! Praise and Glory be to God!

And thanks to the hundred’s of health professionals who have helped me in my fight. I have been blessed to have skilled surgeons, doctors, and nurses fighting with/for me.  I pray that God will bless them and continue enabling them to help me and others BEAT cancer.

My CEA level continues to be under 1.0 (this is VERY GOOD).  The next step will be scans on 10/23/2013. If the scans are clear my doctor will monitor the CEA level (monthly) and do scanning every two or three months.

Please join me in my prayer for a full remission (via your “like” and “sharing”)

Our God is good! Our God heals!  Thank you Jesus for the countless blessings and abundant love you have bestowed upon me and my family and friends. We know you have a perfect plan for each of us and we trust that your plan will prevail.  We pray that you light our path and be our strength in life as we endure the storms that shape who we are.

Please “Like” and “Share” this post to join in my prayer and show your support for those people who are fighting against cancer!



6 Comments on “Today is my LAST day of Chemo treatments”

  1. Mary Salens says:

    Love you much!

  2. Colette Wilkey-DeRidder says:

    AMEN!!!!!!!!! 🙂

  3. Deb says:

    Yayyyy!!! What a journey . . . you’ve been an inspiration to us all. I’m praying for your complete recovery.

  4. Saussurea says:

    Phil, you have been an inspiration! I wish you and your beautiful family long and happy life together!

  5. tlodden01 says:

    We serve a God who wants to do amazing things and you allowed Him to work through you. May God bless you abundantly for your continued faith during the challenges you faced. So happy for you, Phil. I look forward to staying in contact via your blog. Hugs from Germany! PS I posted this on Twitter.

  6. Karen says:

    Yeah!!! So happy to hear you’re through your LAST chemo treatment Phil! Our prayers continue to be with you and your family- praying for complete and lasting remission! God is Great! and… Go Tigers! 🙂

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