At Oasis of Hope I was a part of the team helping to get me better as opposed to an object with a bunch of mechanics working on it.
More than 100,000 patients have been treated here, clinical trials have shown that patients here have up to a 50 percent greater chance of survival compared to those with the same type of cancer elsewhere, whatever the outcome one thing always survives in the hearts of everyone here, hope!
In 2003 I got lung cancer and had that operated on, and the next year I had a cat scan and a PET scan and the cancer came back by my esophagus and I asked them what are you going to do about it and she said they are going to wait for it to grow and we are going to do chemo radiation, and I said I don’t think so and I walked out.
I call my sister and she had done research and she said you go to Oasis of Hope, so we came down, we we’re here 17 days my husband was here with me, we had a beautiful room and nurses and doctors and everybody were wonderful. And so now it’s been seven years and I was cured so I thanked God every day, and don’t ever give up hope!