As mentioned in a previous post, Wayne was to return to Dallas, Baylor Medical Center, I believe, to under tests which will determine whether or not his pancreatic cancer is responding to chemotherapy and radiation. Wayne’s anxiety level would be ‘off the charts’ if measured. They were both very fearful that they would not receive good news.
Well, their drive back home was more like a flight. They were ‘off the ground’ with excitement and were praising the Lord all the way home. The tests results showed that the cancer had not spread at all, which was a real concern given the nature of the tumor. The doctors were unable to determine whether or no the tumor itself had actually shrunk, indicating that it had responded to the chemo and radiation, because of swelling of the tissue around due to radiation.
Wayne and Glynn were elated that the cancer had not spread and felt like that was an answer to prayer. I agree with them totally. The doctors have given Wayne hope for a normal life at least for a while ,and when you are walking down the path of terminal cancer or illness, you make the most of any good news you get!
We are excited and thankful for God’s Presence in Wayne and Glynn’s lives. We are all stronger because of it.