He went to the hospital on Monday after losing feeling on his left side and a strangeness to his speech. Mom was initially worried that it might be a light stroke, since the symptoms seemed to match up. But several days of testing turned up a growth in my Dad’s brain and further involvement of the lung and liver. Cancer is scary, but my Dad is a man of faith and determination and is ready to fight. We should have full test results by Tuesday, and the doctors will be putting together a treatment game plan early in the week. They’re talking about using the big tools from the oncologist’s toolbox, both radiation and chemotherapy. Dad’s feeling good and is at home right now. I’ll be most grateful for your prayers for papa Chuck and mama Rose.
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