Category Archives: J.Ferris: Cancer & Medicine

Cancer, The Crab

This is a good typical representation of the Zodiac sign for Cancer – the Crab. In German the word is Crebb or “Crebbs,” and that is the word that is used in Germany for what we know in America as … Continue reading

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The Perfect Storm

An Introspective Look At Cancer There are two word pictures, which have surfaced in these days of waiting between possible treatments: The first has to do with “critical mass.” This is the concentration of radioactive material necessary for sustaining a … Continue reading

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Comfort

While at the National Cancer Center this past week, there were times when it was difficult to tell if the doctors or nurses were angels, but in any case some were the comfort of The Lord to me. My cancer … Continue reading

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Cancer Interlude

As promised to my cancer up-date list, here is the “2/4/13 up-date” together with the content of yesterday’s consultation with a couple of my oncologists: “After having a rather sobering family conversation about the present condition of our war with … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

This morning as I awoke, I found myself wondering: What does God take for pain? Then came the answer: You! Then I heard Him prescribe the same medicine for me. Ask me if I’m glad! :-) Love!

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The Vine and The Branches, and the mutant Stem cells

Revelation in connection with what has been calling itself “church” continues to get clearer. This morning it hit me as the title of this post suggests: (Vine – branches – stems). We know that branches that don’t abide in the … Continue reading

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The Old Creation Witness – The Dark side

Romans 1:20, 21 I need to begin this post by filling you in on the latest research findings that seem to be consistent with what I had already begun to see, and that is the analogy between cancer, and what continues to call itself “church.”  The … Continue reading

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