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My wife's best friend in the whole world - they've known each other since they were kids, and are as close as sisters - is undergoing cancer surgery this coming week. It was unexpected, and I don't know a lot of details at this time. My wife is flying from Korea to Cali in order to be there. My wife is very upset - first time I've seen her cry in years.

I'd like your prayers for my wife, Yong, her friend, Sun, and Sun's family.

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God Be With These People.

Prayer to Our Lord DOES work. Doing so as I type this. Cancer fails before the power Of God. I can testify to that. One year ago yesterday I underwent Pancreatic Cancer Surgery and today I am Cancer Free! Sure I'm physically not the man I was. But I'm spiritually not the man I was either. And it's all because The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. James 5:16. There was a lot of those prayers made for me.
 

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Prayers on the way from Colorado...

I do believe surgery and catching the cancer early are of course your best bets.
God bless!
Matt
 

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Praying for a complete and speedy recovery. WD
 

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Prayers sent for all involved and for a speedy recovery.8
 

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Thanks to everyone who has offered up prayers. My wife has decided to wait a bit to go see her friend Sun, when she can stay for a while. Another friend was just about to leave for the States, and is going to stay with Sun during and immediately after surgery. We're headed back to the States the middle of November for Thanksgiving, and my wife will stay on for a while with Sun afterwards.

Turns out that Sun has colorectal cancer, although I don't have any more details. From the reading I've done, it seems like colon cancer is pretty survivable; rectal cancer not so much. I don't know how advanced the cancer is, but I'm told that the tumor is pretty significant in size. I don't have a warm fuzzy about this, but every case is unique. I lost a good friend to brain cancer 6-7 years ago, and that has made me rather pessimistic, I'm afraid.
 
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