A Subtle Reminder

I arrived in Adelaide all well and good but when i got to my brothers place it took me back to my days going through chemo. When my body weight dropped to 38kg, normal weight was 65kg, I realised what I looked like then just by looking at my brother. Thin, drawn out and totally unaware how dire his situation really is. Out of all the people I have met who were diagnosed cancer and very flippant about it are the ones who never make it back.

Sid has throat cancer, gas a tube inserted into his stomach so he can be fed. He smokes and drinks red wine through his tube and thinks doctors will take it all away with chemo. If and when he has to walk the path, and I hope he doesn’t after doing it rough twice; dancing with death four times in the process. I wouldn’t want anyone to feel life slip through your fingers. That bitter cold that reminds you that death is calling you and you have no control at all, that fine line of life and death. There is no cold in this world that feels like it.

Published by Douglas Fremlin

This site was created to share my thoughts before, during and post cancer.  I wanted to share with you how it can come and come fast and what it does when it comes to get you.  It doesn't only effect you but to all the people around you who are close.  Family, dear friends, nurses, doctors, who will be there to give you all the support, strength and the courage to be strong.  More importantly it gives you the time to stay positive as you concentrate and focused on kicking this bug in the you know where.  'Staying Positive' is one of the most important things you can ever do. Nothing Is Terminal!  Only What We Do To Our Bodies Decides That. I would also love to share with you what I did, what the "Juju" is that I am using to ensure good health, youthful feel for life and longer time living my life as healthy as it was meant to be.  I am now sixty verging on sixty-one and the healthiest I have ever been for a very long time.  This site is about how I went from three to six months from being six foot under to how I challenged the system and the way my health was to make it through cancer alive with both allopathic medicine, chemo and the mass of pills and otherwise, and organic medicines.  As you can say it worked as I am still here. My idea was to share it around with as many as I possibly could so they can see that there are alternative medicines that can help with so many different diseases we have today and what can change in your life in a short period of time. Check the testimonial page out when finished. For more information message here and I will get back to you.

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