It is exceptionally difficult to convey the depth of emotion, faith and hope in prayer via my little blog.
I have prayed to St. Peregrine for myself, for people that I love and for my cancer bearing sisters and brothers. I believe.
One evening, after nine days of praying the Novena to St. Peregrine, I knew I was sent a message. I was in a hospital and a physician, who went by the name of Dr. Peregrino, stepped on the elevator. I knew his name only because a nurse called out to him just before he stepped inside.
We need LOTS of prayers, especially with respect to the cost of chemotherapy.
I just read a very disturbing article on Times.com that Genentech is unnecessarily altering its distribution channels for Avastin and two other critical cancer medications, forcing the prices to go higher. This is a prime example as to why medical care must not operate via supply and demand frame of reference.