A Christian Journey Through the Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer
Mike Lambert's Personal Story

"Just remember God is your fortress. And through him anything is possible."

On Tuesday 16th August 2011, I was diagnosed with multiple cancers, with a very poor prognosis. On Thursday 25th August 2011, my diagnosis was changed to offer me a realistic hope of a cure. I felt the need to capture my thoughts in this blog. Although primarily for me, this may prove to be helpful to other people who find themselves in a similar situation. Some of these entries will be very boring, little more than a diary of activities. I would like to think that others will have more significant content.

These blog entries unashamedly reflect my Christian Faith and trust in God.

My Christian Testimony

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Earlier entries are now available in the form of an online PDF "book"

  How am I now?

Updated on 7th July 2012

The good news is that the outcome is as good as I could possibly have hoped for.

My oncologist has told me that I have no current indications of residual cancer, no active growths and none of the inflammation indicators in my blood. That does not mean that the cancer has gone; there may be cells hiding around.

So for the foreseeable future, I will have regular checks outs so that if it does recur it will be picked up and treated quickly.

While I am not back to full health, I am back to full time working and have resumed all of my activities in the world of swimming. In the last few months, I have travelled to San Francisco, Hawaii, Cannes, Alaska, Hong Kong and China.

Points for Prayer

Thanks for a miraculous recovery.

Others that we know who are going through difficult times.