I Wanted to Live for My Family – Episode 326
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Featuring: Debra Baldwin
Published: August 6, 2022
Do not take life for granted, it can be here today and gone tomorrow.
Joining this episode is Debra Baldwin, who was diagnosed in April 2016 with stage II cervical cancer and was treated with weekly radiation therapy at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Chicago.
Debra and her husband, who during her time of treatment, were affiliated with a community motorcycle ministry, would bring their bikes with them to “have very relaxing drives out in the country” after treatment sessions, Debra says.
Debra, who says she was clinically listed as having “no evidence of a mass” after more than two months of treatment, shares her gratitude for her outcome, care, and countrywide prayers.
Listen to this inspiring message of hope and how Debra become a member of the CTCA volunteer group Cancer Fighters®, which was created by cancer patients to support current or prospective patients, caregivers and cancer survivors.
“I feel very honored that I was asked to be part of that program, that I can help someone else,” Debra says.
- [Having cancer] “does make you realize that our life is a vapor here on earth.”
- “The tumor is gone on. There’s been no reoccurrence. I’m not treating for any illness; nothing.”
- “I have probably spoken to over a hundred ladies with similar cancer.”
- “So many of these ladies have thanked me so much for encouraging them and answering their questions.”