Transplant Tales: to China and back

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Hi everyone,

I hope every one is doing well.
I had the CT scan I was telling you about last month and have the result's, the doctor said the liver is the same, the lung's have a little change, not much.
This new's is good, and I will keep a posative attitude.
I am reading a new book, (guess what) The Cure for all Cancers by, Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D. , lot's of letters after her name, she must know somethin hu! Well you know the more info we can gather the more informed we are. It's interesting, and informative and I hope it will lead to something that may help me and other's, I will keep you posted.
The new year is starting off better than the last one ended.

The kid's are doing great, and I am blessed having so much presious time to spend with them, they are groing like weed's, Samantha will be 5 on the 20th of this month, and Dominic will be 7 on the 6th of April. Time fly's dosen't it?

Well it's getting late, and I will stop borring you, just keep in mind , be happy for what you have and appreciate the little thing's.

Keep posative and dont stess, it dose you no good!

God bless you all


Blogger JIMMY said...

hi my name is jimmy and my father has liver cancer. i came across your blog and this help me alot. i purchase your book and hope to learn more about your tales. i would like to know more about the hospital and the doctor because i plan to go to china and research it. my dad also a blood type O+. please feel free to email me at or call me at 916 230 5275. god bless you.

2/13/2008 9:06 PM  
Blogger Mickey said...

Hi my name is Mickey and my mum has idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and she needs a lung transplant urgently. We are looking to go to China and I would really appreciate any info that you might be able to details etc. Anything at all would be a great help. Many thanks. Please email me at

2/17/2008 5:49 AM  

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