Shalom, Kineti readers.
Many of you have been praying for my mom, who was recently diagnosed with bone cancer.
I’m thankful, praiseful, and frankly just relieved to deliver the news we heard back from the doctors: the prognosis is good.
The doctors found no cancer in the bone marrow and no lesions on the bone. She has a condition called Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance (MGUS), a condition in which the blood contains an abnormal protein that can advance into more serious cancer conditions. However, this condition usually causes no problems and may never advance into more serious stages.
As it stands, no treatment is necessary. Regular checkups are required to ensure the condition does not advance. And even if it does, early detection leads to better outcomes; we are blessed to live in an age of such advanced medicine and technology.
Bottom line: looks like my mom has many years left to live on this earth. (Thanks, Lord, for choosing life.) Thank you all for praying.
We’re entering this Biblical new year and this Passover season with joy and much to be grateful for.
Chag sameach, and l’chaim to Messiah’s loved ones.