I had worked with JJ for a number of years and during that time I heard much about Cesium Chloride. Apparently his father in law used Cesium Chloride to try and cure his bladder cancer. It worked and he is cancer free to this day as far as know. Another lady that he knew that had bronchial carcinoma was also cured of her cancer. I remember thinking that if I ever got cancer I would try it. However I never thought I would get cancer, but now that I did, I had a decision to make that could have serious negative consequences should this treatment fail. It wasn’t until approximately 3 weeks after finding out that I had cancer that I actually started taking the Cesium Chloride. It took me that long to process everything from finding out I had anal cancer to what were all my treatment options. I did not want the “burn, cut, and poison” course of treatment. However, I do think in some circumstances chemo/radiation is the only option. I just didn’t feel it was” my” only option. I believe that all things work together for good. It is my confidence that God will guide me each step of the way through this battle. My family is greatly concerned over my choice of treatment, and I completely understand.
When I see through their eyes what I’m doing, it does, according to modern medicine, appear to be a foolish choice. But I’m not basing my decision to treat my cancer on medical science alone, but on my faith in God and following the peace he gives me when I put my trust in him. I have to live my life and make decisions on a day to day, moment by moment basis. Fear tries to consume me and tell me that I should take chemo and radiation, faith and peace tell me I should proceed with Cesium Chloride. Am I 100 % sure that I’m doing the right thing? Almost. I would be lying if I said yes, but I’m pretty confident that I am going in the right direction. My greatest concern is for my children. What if I am making the wrong decision? What if this doesn’t work and my children and family don’t understand! I do want to live.