Roll up your sleeves.
His story and other cancer survivor stories on his website will give hope to those with cancer who have been told by conventional doctors that there is no hope. I urge the readers of his website who have cancer to follow the examples of these cancer survivors and to become not only a survivor, but a thriver like James.
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Living Proof. I created the Templeton Wellness Foundation to help you fight and win your battle against cancer. It is my personal mission to inspire HOPE and to provide the latest resources and information for anyone facing a similar battle or seeking cancer prevention.
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I had life by the tail… or so I thought. I was 32 years old and at the prime of my life when everything changed in an instant. Married with a 2-year-old daughter, living on a small farm in Texas, I owned a few businesses and was well on my way to becoming a millionaire. I worked out at the gym, ran every morning, and thought I was doing all the right things to take care of my health.
What I learned as a cancer patient will make me a better doctor
It felt like a punch in the gut when I was handed the diagnosis of stage IV melanoma cancer. I crawled out of the hospital at 2 AM and never looked back. After a painful and extensive surgery to remove lymph nodes from my groin, the plan was 80 rounds of chemotherapy, plus the possibility of more surgeries and radiation therapy. It was all experimental. Chemotherapy treatments were hours long, with 5 days in the hospital afterward.
I also had several biopsies. This went on for years.
In , the radiologist suggested I have an MRI, followed by a biopsy. It came back positive and I was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer. I decided on a double mastectomy, followed by four rounds of chemotherapy, which began in January and ended in March I am blessed with a great support system - my husband and family, and also my ARMC family!
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The Bible was also of great comfort to me because it gave me hope for a better life. Cancer does not know age or race, so do what you can to protect yourself and get your yearly mammogram.
If you are diagnosed with breast cancer, do your homework, talk with your family and make a choice that will benefit all of you.