The Saving of Gordon: Lifelines to W-I-N Against Cancer
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A HEAPING HELPING OF THANKS: SHARING THANKSGIVING WITH A CANCER PATIENT OR SURVIVOR
Please try your request again later. Aristotle said, "Where your talents and the needs of the world cross lies your calling. Some roads we choose. Some roads are chosen for us. Either way, it's best to embrace our calling with all of our heart and soul. Joni speaks to the world through her books and international radio programs available live and on demand at W4WN. She advocates for advocates, patient awareness, patient engagement, cancer families, caregiver rights, and cancer care legislation in honor of her husband and mother who were both lost to cancer.
Joni's Event began when her year-old husband was diagnosed with multiple myeloma a deadly and painful form of blood cancer. After months of failed "standard" treatment for Gordon's aggressive cancer, they finally found the right oncologist. But it was too late. Gordon's cancer spread to his brain, and he lost his struggle for life. The tragic, costly lessons they experienced through the cancer steep learning curve didn't save Gordon, but Joni was determined to help others be empowered, alert and involved patients and caregivers to facilitate the best chance of survival for others who hear the words "you have cancer".
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January/February 2012 - Volume 31 - Issue 1
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Finally, no matter where life takes you, never forget to be thankful. Remember the blessings that you have received today and in your lifetime.trocolracnovi.tk
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We are born with a path to our own destiny. Mine was to become an author and speaker on surviving cancer, caregiving, brain illness and grief. The preparation for that journey was a culmination of life experiences - good and not-so-good. The biggest trial came from the tragic death of my husband, Gordon, at a young age to metastatic brain cancer.
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Having never written a book before in my life - or even aspired to do so - I published five wonderful books last year. They cover difficult topics, which I attack with dignity, humor and energy. There are many lives to be touched. It was recently reviewed by the executive vice-president of Alzheimer's Foundation of America, and will be featured on their Website.
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My personal inspiration comes from the ocean. We are only on this earth for a short time.
Not one hour or day should be squandered away. Never miss an opportunity to reach out to help others, but temper that with not forgetting to love those closest to you. Give and receive, live and believe…. HOPE - a one-syllable word that will keep you going when all of the other more impressive words have failed to sustain you. Joni, I feel like your kindred spirit. I love what you say!
I am a stroke survivor and wrote my book Radiant Survivor www. Your email address will not be published. Advice for cancer patients, caregivers, their families and friends: Define all of your resources and use them to find the right cancer treatment facility, oncologist and protocol.
If your oncologist tells you that you have six-months to live, then do the following: Live today like there is no tomorrow you should be doing that anyway. Spend time loving your family and friends you should be doing that anyway.
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Make your peace with God and pray often. Use the remainder of your precious time in an effort to make that oncologist eat his words!