2017 A Year in Review: The Dream Team. To overcome Stage 4 Cancer we created a team to help us on my healing path. Here is the approach we took to overcome Stage 4 Cancer once again.
Experiencing Cancer Out Loud by Ryan D. Luelf HINDSIGHT IS 20/20 Driving forward by analyzing the past. Last Fall 2017 Caroline and I sat with a friend and cancer mentor, Theo, to review our cancer journey. We even sent a version of this review as our very first email newsletter/update to our subscribers . . … Continue reading A Year In Review: 2017 Recurrence
"It's always the perspective in which we frame our language, that inspires us to keep going as we navigate the mysterious terrain of what it means to be human." #WFTR ~Ryan D. Luelf
Let us all dive in and further increase our understanding of the immunotherapy drug Rituxan and why Ryan has, in fact, gone from Stage 4 to No More without the use of chemotherapy or radiation.
Today, I am thankful. Today, I am cautiously optimistic. Today, I am ready to tackle the world and keep on keeping on with Ryan's current protocols all the while the kiddos enjoy the summer break having extra opportunities of mommy and daddy time. During this unusually quiet afternoon I get to share updates of our journey.
Our bodies desire to heal. Our bodies are made to heal. It just needs help. It needs us to love ourselves. . . Love is all around us. We are loved. We are created to love not only others, but to love ourselves.
“we should have’s” are only a rabbit chase into a never ending set of possibilities, both positive and negative.
Reality is ever redefining. It can literally change from one second to the next. . .
The eye has passed. The whiplash from the opposite winds thrust you as if you are mere weightless paper. The sting, the punch, the gasp of air you want to take in but can't. And yet, hope finds its way in.
(written by Ryan D. Luelf) Getting the news that cancer was active in my body was a tough pill to swallow. Going thru the plethora of medical appointments and procedures is a whole other level of stress and fear; at least for most. Knowing where peace comes from has kept stress and fear at bay. … Continue reading Two Battles, Not One