I haven’t addressed on this blog where I’ve disappeared to, so I thought in case anyone is reading who doesn’t know, I should update you. On October 25, I was diagnosed with angiosarcoma, a rare cancer in the blood vessels of my breast. Two days later, we found out the great news that the PET scan did not show any signs of the cancer spreading. I am be treated at MD Anderson but having chemo right now in my hometown. After several months of chemo, I will have radiation and surgery in Houston at MD Anderson.
I know without a doubt that God has been preparing me for this difficult assignment, especially in the last couple of years and months. My prayer is not only for complete healing, but also that the Lord will be glorified as my family and I walk through this trial. You can follow my journey at my Caring Bridge site at www.caringbridge.org/visit/marissahenley.
God is good, and He is the same yesterday, today and forever!Share
Hi! Was directed to this blog today as I have google alerts for angiosarcoma . My 28 year old daughter has primary angiosarcoma of the breast, diagnosed in May of 2008. There is a network of wonderful people(mostly women) that we have met and 2 of them have formed a corporation for angiosarcoma research (which you may have discovered is pretty lacking!) Our website is http://www.angiosarcomaawareness.org Not sure if you are interested, but it has all of our stories on it and they are a really inspiring bunch. God bless you in your “new assignment” Fondly,Eileen Henderson
Your posts encourage me always and are filled with wisdom. I have learnt so much more about God through you.
He will indeed sustain you through this.