I'm sorry... though I don't have any medical advice to contribute, I can say I believe in God too. Never stop having faith or praying to him if you believe. I have seen God work many miracles, even in my own life. There is a doctor that lives in the same county as me that had cancer back around 1998. He is an evangelist now, and he came to my church once to give his testimony. He was given only a few weeks to live then. He was terminal, and his own doctors had given him no hope. He was a Christian, and his entire church and the entire community started praying for him then. They prayed for him for 40 days & 40 nights I think it was. There was a local football field that was set up where locals could go out & pray for him. They prayed without ceasing, day & night. Someone was always praying for him. I think they may have fasted as well. Just when he thought he was going to die, with only days/hours to live, he was laying in his hospital bed when he said the tumors began slowly fading away & shrinking. They did that over the next few days I think he said, and then he was healed. He couldn't believe it and his doctors were baffled. He is now practicing again as an internal medicine doctor and is still cancer free! I know everyone's faith is different, but I believe in him. Plus, stories like this keep my faith strong. I have felt him in my own life, and he has carried me through much. I don't know why some people are healed from cancer and some aren't. But I do believe God does heal, and in my personal belief cancer is straight from the pits of hell. Everyone definitely has the right to believe what they want -Christian, atheist, etc., but I myself believe. I pray that everyone affected by cancer in any way beat this awful disease, and be healed as well. I lost my beautiful grandma to uterine cancer in '07, I watched my other grandma fight uterine cancer as well. She however beat it, and is now almost 80 thankfully... Hugs, and prayers to all.
Genetic high BP since age 22 (currently on Bystolic)
Wife, mom of two girls
Colonoscopy 12/1/14: DX with 12 mm Tubulovillous adenoma polyp (benign), & diverticulosis in colon, Lynch negative
Colonoscopy 10/21/16: Clear colonoscopy, diverticulosis
"Don't worry about anything, instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank Him for all He has done." Philippians 4:6