My new reality is taking some getting used to. Since I found out six days ago that my lung cancer is growing and is now in my airway and has spread to lymph nodes on both sides of my chest, my left adrenal gland and left pelvic bone, the cold hard facts of this disease have knocked me down - again.

My new reality is taking some getting used to. Since I found out six days ago that my lung cancer is growing and is now in my airway and has spread to lymph nodes on both sides of my chest, my left adrenal gland and left pelvic bone, the cold hard facts of this disease have knocked me down - again.


For the first few days, every time I woke up, my first thoughts were “I might die soon” and my heart felt so heavy. I slept a lot those days because it hurt too much to stay awake. My daughter’s pain was even worse than mine, and it was all too excruciating.


But then I got up. The Protocel, Paw Paw and other supplements were delivered and they became my new hope for life because they have the potential to kill my cancer, instead of my cancer killing me. It is true … and I’m investing every fiber of my being into that hope.


I’ve talked to people who have first-hand experience with being cured of their terminal cancers with Protocel. Elaine, from elainesmiralce.com, was cured of incurable cancer. Her story is on her website, along with other testimonials. Elaine and I talked at length on the phone and she’s full of advice on how to maximize my cure and was totally encouraging and positive about a great outcome if I do all that I need to. I talked to Dr Tony Bell, a now retired PhD chemist, whose brother was cured of the same stage 4 lung cancer that I have. Dr Bell was so taken with his brother’s cancer cure that he became involved with Protocel’s production for twenty years and is available to talk to and advise people on every aspect. The naturopathic doctors at the Vitamin Depot are also a wealth of knowledge and with so much information available on the Internet, I feel 100 percent comfortable.


The program is doable for me, and I’m excited. I have to say that Protocel can not legally be sold as a cancer cure. Rather, it is a cell cleanser. However, there are thousands of cures that have occurred over many years. So, I am going to cleanse my cells to cure my cancer and write about it as I go along. In the meantime, if you want more information, read “Outsmart Your Cancer” by Tanya Pierce. Next week I’ll write more about how it’s going, but in the meantime, I’ll keep saying my new mantra, “I am happy, healthy, whole and hopeful.”


Is there anything else I need to know? (I write in a stream of consciousness. I write the words one at a time as they come into my head, I’ve come to believe that they come from a higher source because the guidance is much wiser than anything I’ve ever thought on my own.) 


You are embarking on a new journey of discovery and with many new lessons from cancer. There is much fertile information for all of you and it is good that you are giving voice to it. This is part of your guided journey and the jewels within will unfold. There is much learning to be had.


You noticed that you used your inhaler and cough medicine less yesterday and wonder if this is from the Protocel. It is from a state of balance that is beginning to occur in your body, mind and spirit and serves as a reminder that your path is the right one. Take it as a sign, as a gift and know that many more will follow. 


In fact, you were led to a new healer today by some very supportive and loving friends. Your lung cancer support group yesterday is a gift also and when you spontaneously told them you were so happy to have found them, it was a heartfelt response. Awareness and gratitude have been a key element of your journey and are essential for anyone seeking healing, happiness and wholeness.


Your energy is bright, your heart is open and your spirit soars. Let this embrace you. Enjoy the gifts of today in all their glory. The sun is out and it is in harmony with you. The winds are strong and they are symbolic of the change happening. Nothing is coincidence. It is all as it is supposed to be.


Joyce Rothman of Massachusetts, a nurse for 40 years, was diagnosed with lung and pancreatic cancer in July 2010. Since then, she has been writing about her diagnosis, her treatment and her outlook on the process, in hopes of helping others. Follow her journey at http://makingsenseofitall.joycerothman.com.