Thursday, April 15, 2010

Lessons I Learned the Day I Died-Introduction

On January 19th, 2009 I was diagnosed with Malignant Metasticized Melanoma.

On January 19th 2010 my most recent cat scan report showed " evidence of Melanoma...".

On January 19th 2009 my Oncologist told me that with succesful chemotherapy I "may" have a yer to live.

Today my Oncologist and other doctors are using my case in a medical journal and have called me a "walking miracle".

My name is Uzi and here is my story........

I am a 52 year old male, living in a suburb of Toronto and over the next few weeks I hope to provide Hope and Inspiration to anyone reading this Blog, whether a Cancer patient or not. I feel that we all need Inspiration on a daily basis and living the past year thinking I am getting closer to death I have learned a lot about the gift of Life.
I was and still am surrounded by a Circle of Love, one comprised of Family members near and far, Friends and Business Colleagues. They were able to pull me out of the darkest of days and provide me with hope each and every day. Their support, which will be documented, was one of a number of "ingredients" that led to my "miracle".

To anyone reading this Blog, your feedback is always welcome and I'd be happy if you share it with someone else.

I will try and Blog every day and provide insight, philosophy (not to be confused with religion) and would love to hear back from you if I've had some positive impact on your life.

1 comment:

  1. Dear uncle Uzi,
    my eyes teared up reading this first entry. And with each next post I remember through the year many oF these events and thoughts. While travelling, I have told everyone your incredible story. I think everyone agrees that your positive and inspirational attitude goes all the way and clearly contributed to making a difference in your life.

    See you in June!!