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Alternative Esophageal Cancer Treatment Methods

January 26th, 2010 Comments off

In looking through the stats on this site and doing some Google searches as a result I came across a couple of alternative non-surgical treatments for esophageal cancer that I had not heard of before. As mentioned before I have opted to not have surgery at this stage because the deficits seem to outweigh the benefits of surgery and my Oncologist does not feel it is necessary.

The article is from The University of Maryland Medical Center and has a couple of different methods outlined. Both are done via an endoscopy and I believe they do not require chemo or radiation.

The first is called Cryotherapy Ablation and  uses liquid nitrogen where it is sprayed on the bad cells to kill them. This procedure is repeated every 4-6 weeks until all the bad cells are gone. They say it usually takes 3-4 treatments.

The second is called Photodynamic Therapy and uses a laser which kills the bad cells. The article mentions that this is a more accurate treatment but does not mention how many session are needed. The major side effect of this is that it uses a light sensitive drug and so you cannot go out into direct sunlight for 4-6 weeks after treatment.

Here is a link to the article:

http://www.umm.edu/gi/cryotherapy.htm

Also, they have a cool little video on the right side of the article on how the Cryotherapy Ablation is done.

Here are some other resources that I found as well:

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He is the God of the Little Things Too

January 26th, 2010 Comments off

I spent a good portion of yesterday crunching on this task for a project that I am working on for a client. It seemed that no matter which angle I tried to attack this task that I could never get it completed in an easy way. I ended yesterday with a plan on how to complete it that was less then desirable.

This morning I woke up and had the oppertunity to spend some time with God. While I was with Him I felt him tell me that it was easier then I thought. While that made me feel a little better I wasn’t convinced because I still did not know exactly what I was going to do.

After that I checked my email and read the daily message sent to me by Joel Osteen. The title of the email was "The Great I Am" and started off with the scripture:

"God said to Moses, ‘I am who I am. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: I AM has sent me to you’ " - Exodus 3:14

The email went of to talk about how big God is and how He is on our side. It explained that God is saying "I am everything you need. I am your strength. I am your wisdom. I am your protection. I am your provider. I am your way maker. I am your problem solver."

He backed this up with the scripture:

"Though I am surrounded by troubles, You will bring me safely through. Your fist is clenched against my enemies. Your power will save me." – Psalm 138:7

God is our problem solver no matter how big or small.

It does not matter whether we are battling cancer, debt, or how to figure out a smaller issue for a project at work – God is there to help us out.

So I start today optimistic that I will be able to solve this issue for my project and that it will be easier then I thought it would be yesterday. This is all because I have the creator of the universe on my side and He is willing to help me out if I ask him.

Update 2/2/10

I did start that day out with the right attitude and I was able to get the task done that I needed to get with relative ease. It is amazing how things work out so much better when you have God helping you out. All the glory to Him!

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My Resume Has Been Updated

January 25th, 2010 Comments off

I spent some time to get my resume updated this morning. Most specifically I added my most recent employer which was Solarwinds. Also added were .txt and .pdf version of it.

I am not currently looking for a position but as soon as I get the good results back from my PET/CT scan next week I plan of starting to look. My energy has been great and I am expecting that it will continue to stay that way.

If you know anyone that is looking for a web or software product manager I would appreciate you giving me an honorable mention ;-) .

You can see my resume on the resume page here.

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A Couple of Updates at danmasters.net

January 22nd, 2010 Comments off

broom I have done some cleanup here at the ol’ blog.

The first you may notice is a new design or what we like to call in the blogosphere as a “theme”. I would like to take credit for the design but unfortunately I did not design it. Cozmos Labs did and I think they did a great job. I made some enhancements here and there for my liking.

Another change that I did to the site was to eliminate the  daily Twitter rollup posts. They were kind of redundant and annoying so they are all gone. You can see my tweets in the column to the right if you are really that much into Twitter.

The last thing I did was to add my resume as a page again since I will need to be getting a job here in the near future. It is kind of up-to-date in that it is the resume that I used to get my last job. It does not have my last job that I had for a whole 7 weeks on it though. The reason for this is long and irrelevant to probably everyone in the world so I won’t bore you with the why. I will say that I will update it soon.

Enjoy the updated site and please let me know if you come across anything that doesn’t work properly.

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I Got My PEG Tube Out Today

January 22nd, 2010 Comments off

PEG-Tube It is a red letter day for me. I got my PEG tube out today after 3 months on it sticking out of my belly.

I would say that the tube and I had a love/hate relationship during the time that I had it but honestly I hated it the whole time I had it. I am thankful that it kept me from starving and dying of malnutrition but other then that it and I were not friends.

The procedure to get it out was quite simple. The doctor just cut the top off the tube, let the saline drain out, then he gave it a yank and I was free. Ah, the sweet feeling of freedom.

PEG tube – you kept me alive and I thank you for that but if our paths never cross again I will not be disappointed ;-) .

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-20

January 21st, 2010 Comments off

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Blogging on My Mac with Windows 7 and Live Writer

January 20th, 2010 Comments off
So I have taken to doing more blogging lately after a very long hiatus. As apart of my step back into blogging I did another search for desktop blogging applications that would work on the Mac as well as Windows Live Writer works on Windows. Unfortunately IMO there is still nothing that comes close. My [...]

The Diagnoses – Esophageal Cancer

January 20th, 2010 Comments off

Previous Post in this Series: Having Cancer as a Christian

“The biopsy came back positive, you have cancer of the esophagus” the doctor said as I sat in the hospital bed. The words were unreal. Here is was, 34 years old, with cancer. I had never had anything wrong with me in my life and here I was with word cancer now permanently attached to my life. How did this happen? Was I going to die? Those and a million other questions started to flood my mind.

How it All Started

This whole event started several months back when while eating. While attempting to swallow I felt like the food I was chewing got stuck in my throat. I didn’t think very much of it at the time. I mean who hasn’t eaten a little too quick and had the same thing happen to them? Unfortunately as time went on this happened more frequently.

Most normal people would go to the doctor when things like this happen to them but I didn’t. The first reason for this was that I am not the type that went to the doctor unless I felt like I was dying. The second was that in some weird way I had learned to live with the little catch in my throat and could swallow most of the time without choking. The third reason was that we did not have health insurance at the time and I didn’t think it was all that serious of an issue. I remember telling my wife if I needed health insurance God would make sure I had it.

After a few months of having this issue I got a job where the health insurance would kick in after three months. Perfect I thought, I’ll just wait it out and then go to the doctor. Three weeks into the new job my stomach started bothering me as well. Uh oh I thought, maybe this is a little more serious, I thought that I might have an ulcer. I finally broke down and went to the doctor.

The Doctor’s Visit

At the doctor’s office I proceeded to explain my symptoms to the doctor until I noticed that she didn’t seem to be listening to me. “You look really pale” she said and explained that she wanted to do a quick blood test. A prick of my finger and 10 minutes later she came in and apologetically told me that I was extremely anemic and that I needed to be admitted to the hospital. How could this be I though? I had never been in the hospital in my life. It would be the first of many trips unfortunately.

About an hour later I walked into one of my local hospitals with my wife and was admitted. There they took more blood for testing and discovered that my hemoglobin’s were less then half of what they should be and ordered 4 units of blood to bring me back to where I should be. It was the first night that I had ever spent in the hospital.

The next day they performed an upper GI endoscopy to look down my throat to see why I was loosing blood. Initially they thought I had an ulcer but found a tumor instead. They took a biopsy of it to see if it was cancer. It was.

Where was God?

At this point you may be asking where was God in all of this? I mean this is a Christian blog and the idea of these posts is to share my experience with God. Well truth be told, I wasn’t that close to God when all this happened. I mean I wasn’t what some would call “backslidden” but I wasn’t spending the time with Him that I could have been. The thing is though that even though I wasn’t spending the time with him that I think I should have, looking back, I can see how he was working in the situation.

One way I saw him work was through my doctor. Something prompted her to take that extra look at me and identify the anemia. That alone was life threatening but it is also how the cancer was discovered. It is possible that if she would not taken that extra step that the cancer would not have been discovered until much later.

Another way I feel that He was there is in how everything played out. With being as anemic as I was I could have passed out somewhere in public and ended up in the emergency room. I was fortunate that I got to walk myself into the hospital as opposed to being transported there in an ambulance.

Yet another way that I feel that He was there in the first days was through His peace. Being told that you have cancer is one of the worst things that I think anyone can be told. Yet as bad as it was deep down inside I had peace and I knew God was there. I will admit that I did my fair share of crying in the hospital. I was scared. But when I called to Him he comforted me. I didn’t have all the answers or even know what was going to happen but I knew He was there with me.

I am sure that there were other ways that He intervened during those first few days of my diagnoses that I am not aware of. I guess the point is that even though I knew that I was not necessarily the “model Christian” that did not matter to Him. When I needed Him I called for Him and He was there.

The Bible says:

The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. – Psalm 34:18

and

… I will never leave you nor forsake you. – Joshua 1:5

I really feel that both of these scriptures were fulfilled in my life in those early days.

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-15

January 16th, 2010 Comments off
  • The iron infusion is working. I was wide awake at 5:30 this morning after only 6 hours of sleep. What am I going to do with all this energy? #
  • Wiping tears away as I walk away from the infusion room. Sitting next to me was a young man who's been fighting various cancers for 7 years. #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-14

January 15th, 2010 Comments off
  • At the doctor getting my first of two 6 hour iron infusions. This is to treat my anemia and hopefully give me more energy. #

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Having Cancer as a Christian

January 14th, 2010 Comments off

It is weird to sit here and think about everything that has happened in the last few months. In life you hear of other people who go through difficult times in your life but you never really know what is involved in their situation. As a Christian we often think because we are on God’s crew that those types of things will not happen to us. Unfortunately that is not true.

The Bible says:

…He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. – Matthew 5:45

The truth of it is that we live in a fallen world and while I believe serving God has its benefits, Christians still can experience their fair share of challenges and disappointments in life. Shoot, if giving your life to God guaranteed that you would have no more trouble in life everyone would serve Him. While serving God does not keep us free from trouble He can turn bad situations ultimately into good ones.

But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive. – Genesis 50:20

My Situation

My situation was being diagnosed with Esophageal Cancer at age 34 and it has been one of the scariest situations I have ever been in. The fear that comes along with a report like that ranges from “Am I going to die?” to “My God, what is the treatment going to be like and am I going to die anyway?”. Those are just the natural fears that anyone would have in that situation.

As a Christian you can add “Why did God allow this to happen to me?” and “What if I try to believe God for healing and He doesn’t do it?”. So I would say that as a Christian this situation can even be a little more difficult. I would say the current fear that I am dealing with is “what are non-Christians (and some Christians even) going to think about my perspective on God and Cancer?”. Regardless of this fear I will push though it just like I did all the other fears that I mentioned. Why? Because I have people depending on me to push through just like people expected me to push through on the other fears.

With the other fears I my wife and kids were depending on me to fight the disease so I would live and be the husband and father that I should be. I did not get married and have kids so they could live life without me. In the same way I write about my experience as a Christian dealing with cancer so that others can hear my store and be encouraged. God worked some mighty miracles (yes, I used that word) in my life in this situation.

There are things that happened to me that cannot be explained any other way. Some may say “It was just chance, coincidence”. OK, you can believe that if you like and stake your life on chance and coincidence. For me there were specific things that I asked for from God that happened in ways that cannot be explained. That is where I pin my hope and it is working for me.

The Disclaimer

Let me be clear with my intentions here. I am not going into this subject to try and convert anyone to my religion or way of thinking. I respect people’s beliefs even of I do not agree with them. I say that because I have friends and family who do not believe the way I do I think I usually a pretty good job at not stepping over “the line”. If they ask me I will share but as soon as the line is there again I respect it. The way I see it is if you are reading this you are interested. Nobody is making you read it, you can stop at any time. Again, my intention here is to share my experience in the hope that it is encouraging to others. In my fight it was hearing other people’s stories that helped me in my toughest times.

Whew! Glad that part is over. Moving on…

So, How is this Going to Work?

The idea is that I am going to share my overall experience and how I feel God was involved along the way. The interesting part is that this story is not completely over. I believe the outcome is looking good so that is encouraging but I am still human and not perfect.

Anyway I have outlined some posts below that I am intending on writing and when I am done with all of them I am pondering putting them into a free eBook so people can download them all in one shot. I am hoping that it can be encouraging to others in their fights that may be similar.

Here are the posts/chapters:

I will probably use this initial post as the forward of the book. I also will probably setup a page that has these posts/chapters and then link to each one individually that way it can be easier to read. Also note that the posts are probably going to be what I would call drafts. I will spell and grammar check the best I can but will probably go over them one more time before putting them into the eBook.

Many Thanks

I want to thank those around me that helped my family and I during this time.

My first thanks goes to my wife who stood by my side the entire time. As encouraging as everyone else was she is the one that was there by my side everyday. Although what I went through was hard I believe she had it just as bad if not worse. I thank God for her being in my life everyday.

I thank those that stepped up and helped financially during my time of treatment and recovery. We did not ask but you saw the need and helped out. As difficult as this situation was you eased it through your contributions. I am eternally grateful for you giving hearts.

To the family and friends that prayed and gave encouraging words – thank you. At times we felt all alone in this situation but when we did you would step out and encourage us.

To the organizations and businesses that contributed to our well being. Whether it was counseling, financial, or through encouraging words your help made a difference. Thank you.

To anyone and everyone else that I may not have realized your contributed. You are not forgotten even if you are not know. God knows and I believe that you will be rewarded for you efforts.

Last but definitely not least. I thank God. I don’t thank Him for cancer but what I learned through this situation. I was stretched, poked, and prodded through this. You allowed me to see Your love manifest in my life directly through you and through others. You showed me that you are always there for me and that you do care. You didn’t always allow me to get what I wanted when I wanted it but I know you had a good reason each time. I am thankful for how our relationship grew through this time. I thank you for restoring hope and vision to my life and for showing me what is really important. I thank You for loving me and healing me. My life is Yours today and forevermore.

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-13

January 14th, 2010 Comments off
  • About to have lunch with a friend at Chedd's Gourmet Grilled Cheese. Mmmmmm grilled cheese :-) . #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-12

January 13th, 2010 Comments off
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The Next Steps – Where Do We Go From Here?

January 13th, 2010 Comments off

signpost As mentioned on my Twitter updates last week we had some significant events happen. The first was that we were finally approved for Medicaid. The approval came with a retro date of November 1st so that means the majority of my radiation treatments will be covered. That was our largest bill to date weighing in at around $20k after the discount so you can imagine how happy we were to finally get approved after 4 denials.

The other thing the approval for Medicaid did was allow us to see another Oncologist for a second opinion. The reason for the second opinion was to determine whether to have surgery or not. The issue that we were having with surgery was that our Oncologist wasn’t sure if it was necessary. He wanted it to be a joint decision with the surgeons. When we went to talk with the surgeons they just wanted to do surgery, no questions asked. As you can imagine this made us a little uncomfortable.

A New Doctor

Now that we had insurance we went back to the original Oncologist that originally diagnosed me. After explaining to him the issue that we had with the other Oncologist and surgeon he asked me about the details of the treatment that I already received. I explained to him the 6 weeks of radiation with the first and last weeks having 5 days of 5FU and 1 day Cisplatin.

At that point the new Oncologist explained that decision to have surgery or not actually happens before treatment is administered and that there were two types of treatment that were available – definitive and neo-adjuvant. He explained that definitive was chemo and radiation without surgery and that neo-adjuvant was chemo and radiation with surgery. He then looked at me and said that I had been given definitive treatment and that surgery was not apart of the treatment plan.

I almost started crying right there in the exam room.

I had been hoping and praying that I would not need the surgery as it was a pretty big deal and would double the time for recovery. Needless to say both the wife and I were and are extremely happy with the treatment that I received especially since it means that I do not need surgery.

Where to From Here?

From this point on I will be having a couple of tests at the end of this month and the beginning of next month to confirm that the treatment did what it was supposed to do. The first set of tests will be a PET/CT scan and a CAT scan. If everything looks good there I will have another Endoscopy (peak down my throat) for a visual inspection and possible biopsy. When that comes back clean then I am cancer free as far as they can tell and just get regular checkups.

Other Items

In the mean time I am also going to be treated for a couple of other items as well. The first is the anemia that got me in the hospital and diagnosed in the first place. My hemoglobin’s are still lower then they should be so I am going to be infused for two days with iron at the end of this week. The other item is that my Testosterone is low as well so they are going to give me a shot every two weeks until that looks better.

How Do I Feel?

For the most part I feel great. I eat better then I have for 6+ months and have no swallowing issues at all. The biggest issue that I face right now is fatigue. I sleep 10-12 hours a night and sometimes take naps during the day but still feel tired almost all the time. Right now I would say I am at about 60% of my normal energy level. By treating the anemia and the Testosterone I think I will get back to 75-80% of my normal energy level. The remaining lack of energy is from the chemo and radiation and the only thing that can fix that is time. The doc thinks that could take 3-6 months. We will just have to see.

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-08

January 9th, 2010 Comments off

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-07

January 8th, 2010 Comments off
  • My new cancer doctor says with my chemo/radiation that I've had that surgery IS NOT NECESSARY!!! Thank you God for answered prayer!!! #

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January 7th, 2010 Comments off
  • Not being very productive today but having a good time doing it! #

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Creating New Memories

January 6th, 2010 Comments off

I write this as finishing up a Japanese Teriyaki bowl at Pei Wei. This meal is significant for me because the last time It was here I could not finish my meal because I could not swallow it.

Today was much different.

I almost didn’t come to Pei Wei today because the memory of that last meal still lingered in my mind. It is no fun choking on a small peice of chicken let alone doing it in a crowded restaurant. Instead I ate my chicken and rice like a normal Joe (although I had to pick the cabbage out of it because I forgot it came with it). Yep, today I created a new memory of eating at Pei Wei – an uneventful memory of eating and enjoying good food.

It is times like this that remind me that I am on the road to recovery and that sometime soon all of this will be behind me :-) .

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-05

January 6th, 2010 Comments off
  • Um, we finally got approved for Medicaid retro to Nov. 1. That means most of my $20k radiation bill should be wiped out along with others! #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-01-03

January 4th, 2010 Comments off
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