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"My Miracle" by Janet Pauly, R.N.

On July 31, 1980, during surgery, I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, cancer of the lymph system.

Five days after surgery, I was sent to M. D. Anderson hospital in Houston. This is the University of Texas cancer treatment center, the largest of its kind in the world.

There I was told not only was my cancer widespread, but it was also incurable.

After four years of treatment that included investigational drugs, my doctor told me my disease was out of control and he had nothing more to offer me.

I was sent home without another appointment, but with his assurance that he would keep looking for something to help me.

All this time everyone I knew had been praying for me. But now I had to face the fact that I might become another cancer fatality, along with thousands of others.

But God wasn't finished with me yet. 

Shortly after this, I received a letter from a friend of mine in California, who is also a nurse. Included in her letter was a sandwich bag that contained some…