is wonderful. I've read about his past and in every story, his gain has come
because he has put someone else before himself. He has laid up treasures in
heaven and has lost himself in service to others. Thank you, Mr. Huntsman. I
was treated at the hospital that bears your name.
I have never had cancer and hopefully never will but I am so very thankful for
Jon Huntsman and the Cancer Institute. It is such a valuable resource that
saves lives each and every day.What a great win-win plan of creating this
network of Cancer hospitals. I hope and pray it works out.
I'm one that has benefited from Mr. Huntsman extending his hand, as one of UCI
doctors has saved my life.Thanks to Mr. huntsman's forsight!!
is a leader among leaders. He is a bright shining star for the world to see.
Read his book "Winners Never Cheat" and see how great he is. I had cancer
surgery at Huntsman a year ago and the treatment by the entire staff there was
simply outstanding. You could not ask for anything more. Thank you, Jon
Huntsmans, thank you. He has truly made a difference in this world that will be
is my hero in so many ways. I have never met the man, but enjoy reading
everything about his wonderful service and work for mankind. He is not puffed
up in his own pride, truly a giant among men.
The best humanity has to offer. I love the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
We lost our only son, age 34, to cancer. We not only understand what Jon
Huntsman is doing, but truly appreciate the help it gives to so many in need.
I am still alive because of the Huntsman Cancer Institute and the wonderful
doctors and nurses. I am still fighting ovarian cancer but I am so very, very
thankful to still be here for my family and friends.Thank you, thank you
so very much, Brother Huntsman.Are there any new developments for this
terrible cancer? Dr. Dane Dickson says there is no end in sight for the
chemotherapy...I have been on chemotherapy for the second time now for almost 15
months. Thank you again...
But let's also give some credit to those docs working in the Middle East with
far fewer resources and funding.
We just had a team in Nigeria for three weeks from our radio blog show
KollectiveHarvest AT BlogTalkRadio...what good are hospitals if the poor have NO
access? It is a good thing to build a hospital and train doctors, but what
about educating the patients? We are using our radio blogs to educate the
patients, to understand body chemistry in simple terms. We had incredible
results in treating AIDS patients with detox foot baths, which our host had to
carry in as personal property to get the medical devices thru customs. We do
not expect Huntsman et al to pay for anything; we can do the education thru
podcasting...it would be nice if the poor had a place to go and learn about
alternative cancer treatments.