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Posted on January 14th, 2008 by Cam.
Categories: Let's talk.

Well if cancer cells were able to accrue frequent flyer points, mine would have platinum memberships. We picked up the scan reports from yesterday and they have found lesions in quite a few places. After sitting down with Libs medical dictionary we understood that there are some lesions in both my proximal and distal left femur, with the largest being in the left distal, multiple lesions in both my arms (humeri), in my spine there are multiple lesions- between T9 – T10, on the T11 pedicle and on the T3. There are is a 17mm lesion in my skull with possible other small lesions. There are also possible lesions on my clavicle. No comment was made on the ribs, apart from that they are broken. They are on the mend though I feel.

This news didn’t phaze us at all really, as they are all fairly small lesions and it doesn’t really change the treatment plan to our knowledge. It explains a bump on my head though. I was running my fingers through my hair the other day as I tried to imagine what a head shape like mine would look like. As I was doing so, I thought, I don’t remember the bump at the top of my head being that big. It may also explain the hair loss I have had in that area.

So all the lesions are pretty small and have not broken through the bones we believe at this stage. This is very good and it has been caught very early for this next stage.

We are going to have a sleep now, as I have just got back from my hip biopsy this morning and want to squeeze the sedative for all it is worth.



Comment on January 14th, 2008.

Ah, the joy of having leave – multiple visits to TWB.
You sound very calm for a guy with lesions…

Oh, didn’t Jesus come up against a guy possessed by Lesion?

Continually inspired,

Kaleb Smith

Comment on January 14th, 2008.

Psalm 107:19-20
Then they cry unto the LORD in their trouble, and he saveth them out of their distresses. He sent his WORD, and healed them, and delivered them from their destructions.

Matthew 8:8
The centurion answered and said, Lord, I am not worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof: but speak the WORD only, and my servant shall be healed.

I’ll be speaking the WORD over you Cam, God Bless

Margaret Rensen

Comment on January 14th, 2008.

Hi Cameron,
I have had two people mention you in the last two days. 1. Edith Bain visiting Lakeside yesterday, and 2. Lynne Brown today. I have read all your stuff Cameron and a lot of it is similar to my history – Kappa light chain, “hot spots” – right hip – almost through – scary, but fully healed now, ribs, skull, plus spinal fractures. Also went through some nuclear medicine. I also went in the direction of prayer and anointing and believe that my healing commenced from that point. At the time my para protein level was 63 percent. I agree with all you say about the questions. God can certainly heal and in what circumstances does He or does He not. We actually asked for strength for the journey as my prognosis at that stage was poor. Now, my greatest concern for you is that they are not moving fast enough. From positive diagnosis by bone marrow biopsy was two days to hospitalisation and commencement of chemotherapy followed by tandem autologous stem cell transplants. Maybe the hurry was the advanced stage that I have reached. I am also into my tenth year since diagnosis. I would like to know who your doctor is, and forgive me, I wish you were under my wonderful world class Haematologist. You will be in our prayers. Best wishes, Margaret.


Comment on January 14th, 2008.

It’s [good and] hard to post. Our Father is good – of that I am certain.

Bless you mate :o )

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