Cancer book / Tommy Johnson Sr, Survivor,

     
 



                         

 
   
 

A bit over a year ago I was diagnosed with colon cancer.  To be honest, after all of my spine problems this was not a bit deal to me.  I had some metastasis but not much.  My first two thoughts were: let's get this cut out now and what to do for adjuvant therapy.  The adjuvant therapy was my main concern.

For most adjuvant therapy is chemo and or radiation.  In over 20 years in the medical profession I have seen exactly TWO patients get 'better' from these forms of adjuvant therapy.  Two out of hundreds is a poor outcome: no thank you.  Sadly, I have seen far to many, some with whom I was very close, die in a most dehumanizing fashion.  This time post op was not my idea of 'living' it was my idea of dying very slowly; again, no thanks.

Now to digress, after being forced to retire from pacemakers and defibrillators by my Cervical spine surgery **you have to be able to look at what you are doing** I started a small company to support my drag car and have something to do in life.  I was fortunate enough to meet some very interesting and knowledgeable folks via some of my products.  When I told some that I was going to be 'away' for a while for surgery several suggested contacting Tommy.  Yeah, sure - - maybe later.

I knew that there was a vast fortune made in cancer/  My instincts told me that it was to profitable to ever 'cure' too.  Hearing Tommy's story intrigued me and several of my friends all knew some who were supposed to be on the 'other side' of the sod years ago..this intrigued me more.  As such, the maybe later became as soon as I was able to contact him post surgery.

Well, we spoke, I listened and I decided to try to duplicate his personal experiences.  After surgery I was down to 152 lbs.  I can't imagine what would have happened to my depleted body  if I had had chemo and radiation!

So now here I am over a year post op.   My tumor marker (CEA) is normal.   My body weight is 182 lbs and I still have a 33" waist.   In October I will be 66 years old.

My oncologist is amazed and wants to know what i am doing.  I told her and she listened with very serious interest.  In short, I am not supposed to be this healthy, this active or this emotionally unconcerned with my condition.  What condition?  My only condition is dealing with some of the aesthetic unpleasantness from the surgery for my colon cancer. 

Otherwise my 'condition' is good health for which I have to thank myself for duplicating Tommy's regiment.  His learning and his willingness to share his experiences has been, I do believe, my key to health.

John-P
Hanover, PA

 

 
   
         
           

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