David -VS- The Giant... Please Help My Dad Fight Cancer!

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David versus The Giant... Our Dad is on a mission to defeat a giant, CANCER! But he can't do it alone. Please, Donate whatever you can. Every little bit helps! We Thank You and God Bless!

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The Giant aka Cancer!

1 Samuel 17

When I was a little boy, I was inspired by the story of David and Goliath.  I always wondered what it must have been like for David to battle against a giant.  I wondered if he was afraid of the giant.  I wondered if he hadn’t won the battle, would the giant have killed him?  I wondered if he knew how hard it was going to be to fight a giant.  I wondered if he had a good reason to fight the giant, and I wondered if he could have just run away from the giant instead of fighting.  David won his battle against the giant, and he lived to tell his story, which continues to inspire people to fight against the odds and win with faith. Ironically, my name is David, and I too am battling against a giant, CANCER.

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This is my story...

My Name is David Murphy.

I was born on March 14th, 1962.  At the time of this writing, I am 51 years old.  I am a loving and devoted husband, father of four, and a God-fearing man.  I live a simple, but happy and satisfying life.  I love people, I love to laugh, and I love spending time with my family.  I have been a contractor for over 15 years, doing work that I find rewarding and challenging.  I have been battling cancer for almost two years now.  I hope my story and my outcome will inspire people to research and seek non or low toxic treatments for their cancer that will not kill them in the process.   

Stage 4 Cancer?

What happened to Stage 1, 2 and 3?

I initially went to several doctors in April of 2011 to complain about a tickle in my throat that would not go away.  After multiple visits, over the course of the following 7 – 8 months, with all types of specialists, and with still no definitive diagnosis, I decided to go to Cleveland Clinic.   Cleveland Clinic ran several tests and performed a surgical biopsy of my tonsils.  On December 30th, 2011, I was diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer.  I never suspected that the tickle in my throat would turn out to be cancer.  I was in shock.  Unfortunately, just two weeks before my diagnosis, I had been informed that my health benefits were scheduled to expire on December 31st, 2011.

Treatment or Torture:

Surgery and Radiation or Slash and Burn

The outlook did not look good and the treatments sounded brutal to say the least.  I was told that I would need either (surgery or radiation) or (chemotherapy and radiation).  The surgery would include removing my lower jaw bone and rebuilding it with bones from my calves.  It was quite possible that I would lose my vocal chords and salivary glands and possibly lose the use of my jaw completely.  The ENT surgeon said that the chances of a successful outcome would be slim and he would not recommend that I have the surgery. 

Chemotherapy and Radiation or Poison and Burn

The chemo drug that the Chemo Oncologist recommended had many side effects, which included the possibility of sudden major organ failure as well as death, but it was the drug of choice for throat cancer.

 The Radiation Oncologist said that radiation in the area of the head and neck is the worst place to receive radiation and it is very dangerous due to the central nervous system, blood vessels, brain stems and other vital  arteries that are present in that area.  He told me that if the radiation was not placed in the exact same location each time I had the procedure done, it could possibly kill me.  I was told that without chemotherapy and radiation treatment, I would only have only a few months to live.  At that time, the hospital refused to treat me without payment up front, since there was no insurance to cover the costs of the chemo and radiation. 

Search For The Cure:

There's Got To Be a Better Way!

After hearing the dreadful treatment options that were recommended by the doctors, and after speaking to many people who told me about their loved ones who passed away after receiving conventional chemotherapy and radiation for cancer, I decided to look for an alternative cancer treatment that would not be so toxic to my body and without the deadly side effects.  I’m not condemning the use of chemotherapy or radiation for the treatment of cancer, but I do think it is a personal decision that should be made only after very careful research and prayer for guidance from a trusted source.  So began our search for a cure that would destroy the cancer, without wreaking havoc on my immune system.   

Insulin Potentiated Therapy (IPT):

The Trojan Horse.

Recently my wife learned about an alternative to traditional chemotherapy; it’s called IPT (Insulin Potentiated Therapy).  Let me explain further. IPT targets cancer cells with laser precision.  It uses 90% less of the chemo drugs than conventional chemotherapy and has almost no side effects.  It is a known fact that cancer cells thrive on sugar and cancer cells have 16-19 times more insulin receptors than healthy cells.  IPT therapy involves lowering the body’s insulin level from its normal state of around 100, down to about 40%.   When the cancer cells are starved of insulin, the patient is given the insulin intravenously along with the chemotherapy drugs.  The insulin is used as a Trojan horse to deliver an unexpected dose of chemotherapy to the cancer cells.  When the greedy cancer gobbles up the insulin at a rate of 19 times more than healthy cells, they also eat up the chemo drug which kills the cancer and shrinks the tumors. That's how IPT targets the cancer cells.

David Used A Sling and a Rock to Defeat Goliath:

I Will Use IPT and 6 Other Weapons of Technology To Defeat Cancer!

I consulted with three different doctors all who believe that IPT along with proper nutrition, chelation, other non toxic, high tech treatments will kill the cancer, reduce the tumor and reverse damage to my jaw caused by the cancer and soon I will be able to open my mouth once more.  We are so excited to finally have found what we feel is the solution to cure this cancer – IPT.  Moreover, we are elated that we have found a doctor we feel we can trust and who has used IPT successfully to treat and cure patients in late stage cancers of the head and neck area. 

The IPT treatment will be combined with 6 other types of high-tech treatments, which are meant to work synergistically to defeat the cancer.  The treatment requires a one-month stay at the cancer institute, undergoing intense treatments under the care of a team of doctors who all specialize in fighting cancer.  My treatment will continue for eleven (11) months, during which time I will be routinely tested to monitor my progress until the cancer is gone.

How Much Money Do I Need?

I Need $30,500 To Be Donated!

IPT along with the other cancer treatments are relatively inexpensive in comparison to traditional chemotherapy, but I don’t have enough money.  So far, I only have $12,000 of my own money from a pension plan I cashed out.  Unfortunately, I need $42,500 for the complete cancer treatment. That leaves me short $30,500.

What's the Rush?

My Time is running out!

My Cancer is growing very rapidly and out of control.  My doctor said if I don’t start treatment ASAP, not only will I eventually not be able to open my mouth, but my throat will close up and I won’t be able to swallow and my air passage may also become blocked.  I need to start treatment by early December at the latest.  They will start my treatment with $26,000 down and then I can pay them the rest as I get paid from the fundraiser.  Your donations will pay for airfare to and from the clinic, one month stay at the clinic for me and a family member which includes nutritional meals, tests, IPT chemotherapy and 6 other cancer treatments.

Why Do I Fight:

In One Word... FAMILY!

I married Trudy, the love of my life, over 25 years ago.  Trudy and I have been blessed with four wonderful children, Morgan, Ashley, David and Ryahn, all girls except for David of course.  My kids are strong, but I know they are sad when they see me suffering.  Like most fathers, my family means the world to me, and I would do anything I could to help them.  But until now, I never knew exactly how much they really meant to me.  I love them so much, and I can’t bear the thought of leaving them.  They bring me so much joy and happiness, and they are my reason for living.  Whatever time I have left, I want to spend with them, making more memories and enjoying life. Not only do I want to continue to live, but I also want to be here for my wife and kids. That is why I must defeat this giant and live to tell my story. Yes, I want to get rid of the cancer, but I don't want the treatment to kill me in the process. Hopefully my victory will give hope to others dealing with cancer to do their own research before they beginning any treatment.

My Present Condition:

The Pain Is Getting Worse Everyday.

I am living in constant and extreme pain.  Although I take enough morphine and oxycodone to knock out a horse, because of the level of pain I’m experiencing, it is only enough to dull the pain.  Because of the growing tumors, my head, throat, jaw bone, and ear hurt very badly.  I can only open my mouth about a ¼ of an inch.  I went to the dentist office last week and she couldn’t even get my mouth open wide enough to take an X-ray.   I have an open wound under my tongue, two bleeding ulcers in the back of my throat, and it is difficult for me to swallow.  Half of my tongue is numb, and I usually windup biting it hard several times a day.  There is a tumor about the size of an egg on the lower right side of my neck and three smaller tumors behind my ear and on my upper neck on the same side, which are rapidly increasing in size.  I have lost over 35 pounds.  I still have an appetite, but I can’t eat well due to the pain and my now almost totally locked jaw. The last few months have been a bit tough, but I always tell my children when the going gets tough, the tough gets going.

Changing My Perspective:

Don't Sweat The Small Things!

It’s funny how facing the reality of death changes things.  I used to stress and worry alot about different problems that seemed so important, but now those same problems don't matter to me anymore.  Life really is too short to stress or worry, especially about the small stuff. I never thought I would find myself pleading for my life, but I do have a real problem and your help and prayers would mean so much to me. Now more than ever before, I cherish my life. I pray everyday for God to have mercy on me and if it is his will, to heal me. I do have a favorite passage in the Bible. It is Psalms 23. I love Psalms 23. Whenever I read it, I feel at peace. It gives me strength and reminds me that God is always with me and I'm not walking alone.

Each Year Over Half A Million People Die From Cancer,

Or Do They?

I have faith that I will be victorious like David and I will conquer the cancer, but I must choose my treatment carefully. It is a matter of life or death. I don’t know how David felt when he was fighting Goliath, but I can tell you how I feel.  I am afraid of the cancer, and I'm also afraid of the cancer treatment. Chemotherapy and radiation both are highly toxic, very dangerous and are proven to have deadly side effects. In the United States, with the exception of Arizona, doctors can only use chemotherapy, radiation or surgery to treat cancer. It is against the law for doctors to use any other method to treat cancer and if a doctor tries to use an alternative treatment, they can loose their license and possibly face criminal charges. So when they say half a million people a year died from cancer, you have to really wonder how many really died from the treatment instead of the disease?  I have seen what chemo and radiation does to people. Even when they survive the cancer, they are usually left in a poor state of health due to conventional chemotherapy or radiation and their quality of life usually diminishes. That is why we started looking for an alternative cancer treatment and that's how we found out about IPT.

Through my faith in God Almighty, I manage to stay happy and positive.  I am definitely in the middle of a crisis and I need a miracle. I look forward to a complete return to health and hope one day I get to personally thank each one of you, but without your help, my story and life end here and the giant wins. So please, help me with whatever you can spare. Spread the word, tell others about my story and ask them to help me slay the giant by making a Donation to my cancer fund.

On behalf of my family, and from the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for your contributions and your prayers.

May God Bless you and your family.

Sincerely,

David and Trudy Murphy

Please Make a Donation And Help Our Dad Fight Cancer.

With our deepest gratitude, Love Morgan, Ashley, David III and Ryahn


P.S.  You can also help David by sending this link to everyone in your contact list:  www.youcaring.com/slaythegiant 

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01/20/2014
by The Murphy Family

When You Read This Passage< Know That I Am At Peace and basking in the Lord's Glory.

Psalm 23 King James Version (KJV)
1 The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.
3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.
4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.
6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

Hello Friends and Family. The passage above is my strength. No matter how bad I am feeling and when times seem to be at the worst, I read this passage and it helps me to weather the storm. Today was one of those days. I did not sleep well last night and I woke up with a terrible headache and feeling very weak. At one point I thought I was having a heart attack or something bad was happening to me. I read the passage above and started feeling better right away. It's amazing the way this passage brings me comfort. If you've never read it before, take a moment and read it, you won't regret it.

Anyway, I feel the tumors going down as I am typing. Praise God!
Thank you for taking the time to check up on me. I won't let you down.

Thank God for you all!

Until next time,
Your loving brother
-David
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01/18/2014
by The Murphy Family
Hello All,

Things are looking up!

This is David. This update is to let you know that my tumors are still shrinking. I am working hard to do everything that I can to keep the cancer under control. I know I will be rid of this dreadful disease soon. My spirits are high and I could not be happier. I still am in pain, but the pain seems less today than it normally is. It is extremely diffficult for me to eat since I can't open my mouth more than 1/4 inch and then I get headaches, but I manage to eat healthy everyday. I drink a lot of tea, protien shakes, coconut milk and green juices and water. I am hovering around 130 lbs but I don't seem to be lossing anymore weight. My energy level is low, but that is to be expected when cancer cells are dying off, so I sleep alot to give my body a chance to heal.

What else am I doing?

I am continuing the supplements that I was taking while at the Hope 4 Cancer Clinic in Mexico. It seems that I am taking supplements all day long. I also am taking natural herbs 3 times a day. I also cut out meat and dairy products and eat mostly greens, fruits, and other alkaline foods. I also am continuing with the Sono Photo Dynamic Therapy treatments (SPDT). SPDT is a cancer treatment that works by destroying cancer cells using sound and light. SPDT was one of the main treatments that was performed at the Hope 4 Cancer Clinic. Once a week I put a black powder under my tounge. The Black powder is called SP Activate. The SP Activate(a chlorophyll derivative) attaches to the cancer cells only. When the SP Activate is activated using sound and light, it destroys the cancer cells. Hope 4 Cancer Clinic is one of only three places in the world that uses SPDT. I use a sono machine to activate the SP Activate with sound and 1 hours of sunlight each day. I also use unroasted coffee enemas to stimulate and detox my liver.

Testing.

As soon as I can, I will have my blood checked to see if I am returning to normal or if my immune system is still in jeopardy due to the chemotherapy. I also want to schedule an MRI to confirm that the tumors are indeed shrinking and the cancer is not spreading.

Don't Take Things for Granted.

Like eating, talking,drinking, breathing normally, sleeping through the night, using the bathroom, having energy to work and play, family and friends. I can tell you it sucks when you can't do those things I mentioned above without being in pain. I long to be able to do all those things one day again pain free.

Got to Get Back In The Saddle.

The last three months have been hard to concentrate and I forgot a lot of things that I used to do daily. I feel my brain power starting to return and I am thinking more clearly. I need to remember how to program again and to do simple work related tasks. I have not been working much, Just about an hour a day just to keep my mind intact. Business has been very slow, but I need to get back to work ASAP before everything is lost.

The Fundraiser was a big success!!! Many Thanks to You all.

I can't thank everyone enough. With no money coming in from my business at the moment, your donations not only paid the bill for Hope 4 Cancer and the airfare to get there, but it also helped to buy groceries at critical times. I gave the clinic $22,500 dollars upon arrival and the plane tickets were $1200. Plus I'm on the first of 3 months of the natural herbs which cost $750/month. All of the donations plus the $16,000 that I used from my pension plan has been exhausted, but it was money well spent. I pray that God Bless each one of you with good health and abundance. I have one more treatment left to do for today, then it's bedtime for me. I am still having difficulty talking without feeling pain in my throat and tongue, but I promise you that I will try to call you as soon as I can hold a conversation. Until then, I hope you and your family stay in good health.
With Much Love,
-David
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01/07/2014
by The Murphy Family

I could not have done it without you, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!

Hello All, This is David. I am sorry for the missed updates. First let me thank all you kind people that came to my rescue in my time of need. I can't thank you enough. I will be sending each one of you a personal email and I will give you my cell number if you would like to call me. If there is anything that I can ever do for you, please don't hesitate to call me. I am your humble servant!

Dead or Alive?

Well to be honest with you, when I left to Mexico, I really didn't know if I would be coming back alive or not. I was in real bad shape. I could not open my mouth at all, I lost hearing in my right ear, my face was swollen, I was addicted to morphine, I was weak, couldn't pronounce words clearly and it was hard to breathe. When I got to the Hope for Cancer Clinic in Mexico, I was so tired, all I wanted to do was sleep. Trudy and the staff were constantly pushing me to do the treatments. It wasn't easy, but when I thought about leaving my family behind and I thought about all of the people who donated their hard earned money and all the people that were praying for me, I knew that I had to get up and fight. During the three weeks I spent in Mexico, I hit rock bottom. It was mentally and physically exhausting, but worth it. Dr. Tony and his staff were there for me around the clock. They were at my bedside at a moments notice doing whatever they could do to keep me out of pain so I could do all of the treatments.

Here is the good news.

After three weeks of treatment, the swelling in my face has gone, I can open my mouth about 1/4 inch, better than not at all, the hearing in my right ear is restored and I can speak clearly again. The best news is that after my second IPT Chemo Treatment, the tumors went down by 50% and there is a 70% reduction of blood flow to the tumors. The less the blood flow to the tumors the faster they die. I am still in constant extreme pain, but I am managing it with mild pain killers, but no morphine, thank God.

Now for the not so good news.

After the first round of IPT Chemo Treatment, my tumors went down but my platelets, hemoglobin, white blood cells and my bone marrow all dropped below the minimum levels. I had to take a series of eight injections to build up my blood. My bloodwork then went up a little and they did the second round of IPT Chemo. My blood dropped again below the minimum levels. I met with the Doctors and they all agreed that my body could not stand the next two IPT Chemo Treatments. The Doctors really feel that If I could get the next two IPT treatments that it would wipe out the tumors all together, but they said if they tried another IPT treatment, it would be fatal. At first I was disappointed, but after meeting with the spiritual adviser, I now realize that God is in full control and everything happens according to his will, not mine. As a matter of fact, one of the IPT Doctors told me that IPT uses only 40% of the normal chemo dose and if I would have received a full 100% dose of chemo, it would have killed me. I made a personal decision to give my life to the Lord. Knowing God is in control brings me comfort and joy in my heart. I know I will be healed in God's time frame.

What's Next?

Now I have to work to get my immune system back in shape and get my blood tested until I am within the normal ranges. Then I hope to return to Hope for Cancer to get my last two IPT Chemo Treatments. I am hoping that maybe in about a month I can return for another two weeks to get the last two treatments of IPT. Until then, I am doing some treatments at home. WOW!, I never knew so many people cared about me. You guys are the army behind me that gave me the strength to fight the good fight. I am no longer afraid of cancer or dying. I have a peace in my heart I never knew before now. My faith in God is stronger than ever and I know my health will be restored. I will update you again in a few days. Goodbye for now. Thank you and God Bless you all! With much Love, Your brother, -David
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12/25/2013
by The Murphy Family
<h2> Day 16 in Mexico </h2


Merry Christmas to you all, and Happy Birthday to you Jesus!

David is a real trooper.  He is in treatments all day.  He is up at around 8am and is usually finishing up around 1am in the morning.  That does not leave a lot of time for sleep, which he obviously needs to get better.  Needless to say he is mostly exhausted.  Eating also takes up about 1 and 1/2 hours at each meal, because while he can open his mouth a bit better than when he came, it still is quite difficult to get the food between his teeth.  Also, his throat feels as though it's on fire as a result of the chemo.  So, each bite is a struggle to swallow.  Still we are not dwelling on the negative. We are keeping our focus on the tumor shirinkage to keep us positive.

As I mentioned before, David's blood cell count had dropped and he has been getting daily injections.  Tomorrow morning early, they will give him a blood test to see if his red blood cells responded well to the medication.  If the results are positive, he will have his 3rd IPT treatment either tomorrow afternoon or Friday morning.

I will let you know the outcome of the blood test.

Thank you for keeping David in your Prayers.

Trudy




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12/22/2013
by The Murphy Family
<h2> Day 12 in Mexico </h2

Seasons Greetings to All,

I hope you are all able to spend time with your loved ones during the Christmas holidays in good health.  Today is our son's 18th birthday and we wish we could be with him and our family.  Instead we are here in Mexico and while that is not ideal, we are very grateful that we have been given the chance to save David's life and that is due to all of you.  We really do appreciate your help. 

David has been feeling very weak these past few days, which is due mostly to the IPT treatment he had on Wednesday.  The doctors informed him that his red blood cell count is low which is also a direct result of  the IPT, so they have to give him some medication to counter that effect.  Unfortunately, it needs to be administered by subcutaneous injection, which was terrible news for David because of his needle phobia.  It will require six days of injections which started today.  David refused at first, but after assurance by Dr. Angelica that it was a tiny needle and that she would perform the injection herself very gently, he agreed.  It went much better than he expected and after much encouragement, he relaxed and was breathing normally again.

David has lost 6 pounds since we got here which means he is now 129 pounds.  His normal weight is between 170 and 180 pounds.  We are confident it's just a matter of time before he will be back to normal.

One of the doctors here, Dr. Munoz visited David last night and was very happy to see how much the swelling in his face had gone down and how much smaller the tumors had become.  He says he is confident that each day David will begin to feel more energized and start to pick up weight.

As you can imagine, David is terribly homesick and is counting the days till we can return home.  We won't be home till after Christmas, but we promised our children that we will make up for our absence with a wonderful dinner to celebrate our reunion.

Our children have all been troopers and are managing very well without us.  We aren't surprised, they are all very strong and have kept very positive attitudes throughout all of this.

Thank you all for spreading the word about David and for all your prayers. 

God is truly amazing,

Trudy



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12/17/2013
by The Murphy Family
<h2> Day 8 in Mexico </h2>

Greetings Everyone,

Yesterday was without a doubt, the absolute worst day David has had so far.  He was nauseous and weak and vomiting, even though he had been unable to eat anything at all. He was quite sure he was "Checking Out", in fact he even asked Dr. Tony if he thought it was possible that he was dying, poor thing.  It was a very helpless feeling to watch him suffer so terribly.  The doctors were baffled for a while because they said that his symptoms were atypical for the IPT therapy.  By the mid evening, they determined that David was suffering from morphine withdrawal symptoms.  David had decided to stop the morphine altogether since he was getting the painkiller cocktail intravenously. David learned the hard way that he has to wean himself off of the morphine.  

So he reintroduced the morphine into his system and after a few hours, David began to feel normal again, slept the rest of the night and woke up actually feeling better than he has felt since our arrival.  Unfortunately, he had to forego the scheduled IPT and won't get it again until tomorrow.  The good news is, the tumor continues to steadily decrease in size (this, straight from three different Doctor's mouths) and we couldn't be more elated. David is now able to open his mouth about 1/8th of an inch more and he is more comfortably able to eat solids again.  His spirits are lifted and he's feeling more confident about making a full recovery.

David feels that if he made it through yesterday, he can get through anything.

Will update you again soon.

With Love and Gratitude,

Trudy




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12/15/2013
by The Murphy Family
<h2> Day 6 in Mexico </h2>
Hello Everyone,

David had his first IPT (Insulin Potentiated Therapy which includes an intravenously administered chemo drug) on Wednesday, and since then he has been experiencing a lot of nausea (which apparently is a side effect of the chemo drug).  The smell of food contributes greatly to this and he is having a hard time eating.  On top of that his throat hurts when he eats so much, that he was brought to tears on Thursday (the day after IPT) when he tried to eat his breakfast.  It was then decided that he start eating all his foods pureed, which has not been very appealing for him but at least it''s a little less painful.  The simple act of drinking through a straw had become impossible for him for quite some time now.  But, good news!  Today he was able, for the first time in about 6 weeks, to drink his protein shake through a straw, which was very encouraging.  I know I'm anxious to see results, but I really do think I see the swelling on the right side of his face decreasing.  Also, the tumor had recently developed a hard pointy nodule on the tip which has become softened and a little flatter, so needless to say we are very hopeful.  Part of the problem he's having with the pain is because he is being weaned from the morphine which was allowing him to eat without too much pain.  They instead have been giving him a pain cocktail intraveously which is a lot less damaging to his immune system than the morphine.  He gets one in the morning now and one at night to help him sleep.  Today he had his first acupuncture treatment which went well considering his phobia of needles.  This went a lot different compared to when he had his subclavicle catheter inserted which had him shaking and sweating and so very tense, that he had to be anesthesized to get the job done.  He is all day in treatments and when the day is through, he is exhausted and falls right asleep for the night.  He is very homesick but understands that he has absolutely zero options, so he has to dig his heels in and bare it.  We are just staying in prayer and thankfulness to get us through this very trying time.  We know that we would not have had even this option had it not been for the kindness and support of all of you and we are forever in your debt.  We are so grateful for all your help.  It really means to world to us and we mean to come out of this victorious.

That is all for now.  I will try to update you each day on how things are going.  Again, thank you all for all the love and support you have given.

Trudy 







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12/13/2013
by The Murphy Family
<h2>Day 4 in Mexico.</h2>
Hello Everyone,

We arrived on Tuesday and began treatments immediately.  David has been seen by several Doctors so far and has been receiving excellent care.  Things have been a little rough for him undergoing all the various treatments but the good news is that the tumors appear to be shrinking already. 

David gets many treatments everyday.  The treatments includes: Hyperthermia, Intravenous IPT, Sono Photo Dynamic Therapy, Intravenous B17, Intravenous Silver, the Hyperbaric Chamber, Indiba(localized hyperthermia, coffee enemas, ondamed (balances energy and strengthens the imune system), oxygen, Infared Sauna and Infared Lamps and very healthy meals, proteins shakes and greens jucices, vitamins and detox, acupunture and other supplements.  David has had a subclavicular catheter inserted in his chest that they use to administer his IV's. 

It is hard to be away from our children and away from home, but our Daughter Ashley and her husband Brayden are keeping things together for us while we are away. 

Things seem a bit rough now, but the doctors say things will get a little worse before they get better.  The doctors, nurses and the staff at Hope 4 Cancer are amazing.  David gets around the clock attention.  There are always doctors and nursers 24 hours checking up on his progress. 

David says these are the hardest times he has ever gone through, but he is determined to win this battle.  We are in Tiajuana, about 45 minutes from the mexican border.  Our room has a view of the Pacific Ocean and to the right, in the distance we can see San diageo.  The area is a little similar to Little Havana in Miami.  Today it was about 47 degrees when we woke up but thank goodness, the temperature is climbing. 

David is overwhemled by all of his friends, family and even people he doesn't know who are making donations and offering support.  David wants to make his cell phone public for people who want to call to say hello, but he is having a bit of trouble speaking at the moment.  He is eager to speak with everyone and will post an update with his number when he can speak clearly again.  Until then, he offers his prayers to all for good health and prosperity.

We only have enough money for three weeks of treatment, but the doctors think it may take a little longer.  Please continue to spread the word and we will post another update in a day or two.  

With much love and appreciation.

Trudy Murphy
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12/08/2013
by The Murphy Family
Hello Everyone,

First of all, we would like to thank you all for your generous contributions, your prayers and your words of encouragement.  Your kind words really do lift our spirits.  We read all the comments everyday.    Well, We have both good news and bad news.

First The Bad News
David's condition is getting worse.  The pain in intensifying and not only has he lost hearing in his right ear, but his air passage is being blocked.  so now, he has to use oxygen to help him breathe without getting headaces.

Now, The Good News
Thanks to your help, we have enough money to begin the cancer treatment.  We've made our flight arrangements and we leave for Mexico on the morning of Monday, December 9th.  We have faith that David is now on the road to recovery.  We are so excited and thankful to everyone.

Currently, we have only half of the money that David needs to complete his cancer treatment, so please, continue to spread the word and encourage others to make contributions to his cancer fund as well. 

We will keep you updated daily while we are in Mexico.  We plan on returning in early January.

Again, thank you all for making this miracle happen. 

May God Bless you and your family.

Trudy Murphy


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11/30/2013
by The Murphy Family
Published on Jul  7, 2013           

In this interview with Wellness Talk Radio, Dr. Antonio Jimenez, M.D., Medical Director of Hope4Cancer Institute and renowed cancer clinical physician and researcher, outlines the importance and relevance of modern alternative cancer treatments in today's world.  Hope4Cancer Institute has successfully treated hundreds of cancer patients in their center at Baja California in Mexico.

 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gfz9WwBKymc
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11/29/2013
by The Murphy Family

If you are curious as to what exact treatment my father will be undergoing, please click on the link below to learn more about SPDT, and other treatments that David will undergo at the Hope 4 Cancer Institute.

Also check out the last video I posted with Dr. Tony Jimenez as he elaborates on his unique process of cancer treatment.

http://www.hope4cancer.com/hope4cancer-treatments/core-therapies/spdt.html

Thanks once again for caring and I will keep you posted.

Much love and gratitude,

Morgan Murphy


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11/28/2013
by The Murphy Family

Good Afternoon,
 
This has been a great week.  I know that during the holiday season everyone needs money for food, travel, gifts, bills, and other necessicities. This is already an expensive time of year and I can't thank you enough for all of the donations that were made to help my dad in his time of need.  This morning my dad woke up with a stabbing pain and a loss of hearing in his right ear. He is heavily medicated to keep his pain in under control, but his condition is getting worse each day.
 
PLEASE, help spread the word.  My dad is running out of time and he needs treatment now.

We have been trying to send out thank you emails, but they are all being rejected by the receipents email server.  Can you please add davidscancerfund@gmail.com to your contact list and remove it from your spam list? We will start a YAHOO email account hoping to remedy this probem

Once again thank you so much for all of your effort. Your contributions mean the world to us.

Have A Happy Holiday,

Morgan Murphy

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11/20/2013
by The Murphy Family
11/20/2013
By Trudy Murphy:
I want to thank everyone that has made a donation and has shared David's Story.   Our Family is extremely grateful for your help.  Your support has lifted David's spirit and gives us hope that he will get the treatment that he desperately needs.  We still have a long way to go, but with your help, I know we will raise the funds we need to get David help.   If we can raise the funds in time, we are planning to send David to the Hope 4 Cacer Insitute in Mexico in early December.  Thank you for all the support and please continue to share David's Story! I will do my best to post updates on a weekly basis.

<h2>Links</h2>
www.hope4cancer.com
http://www.youcaring.com/slaythegiant
www.cancertutor.com
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