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A Cure for Cancer: No Chemotherapy No…

A Cure for Cancer: No Chemotherapy No Radiation No Surgery

by Weston L. Blair PhD

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When author Dr. Weston L. Blair was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2005, he and his wife, Fran, believed the diagnosis was something the Lord was going to use for their good and His glory. Blair, an ordained minister, placed his trust in the Lord. His daily medicine was God’s word, and this is his story of healing.

A Cure for Cancer gives a step-by-step walk through Weston’s documented battle with cancer. It narrates his journey from the initial diagnosis of stage II non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma through three month’s progression to stage IV. Blair recalls good news, then bad news, and then the last tests and visit with Dr. Felipe Samaniego at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, where Blair was declared cancer-free.

This memoir, filled with spiritual teachings and comforting scriptures, provides insights into one man’s battle with the fear, pain, and hopelessness of cancer. It shows how he coped on a daily basis and how he found healing through his faith in God’s Word.
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