Medical and Travel Expenses for Connie Cox
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3 Years running
Connie Cox was diagnosed on December 30, 2013 with Stage 4 Pulmonary adenocarcinoma (Lung Cancer). She had been having headaches for about 3 or 4 weeks starting around Thanksgiving all the way through Christmas. She went to have a CAT Scan done ...

Connie Cox was diagnosed on December 30, 2013 with Stage 4 Pulmonary adenocarcinoma (Lung Cancer). She had been having headaches for about 3 or 4 weeks starting around Thanksgiving all the way through Christmas. She went to have a CAT Scan done to try and figure out the problem. The CAT Scan revealed a large mass on her brain. She was then sent to St. Francis Medical Center to do further test. More test were ran and later determined she had Pulmonary adenocarcinoma. The lung cancer had spread to her brain and caused the large mass. On Janurary 3, 2014, doctors preformed brain surgury to removed the large mass from her brain. Connie came out of surgury extraordinarily well. After about 4 days of recovering from brain surgery, Connie was sent home with her family. She has been traveling back and forth everyday to Monroe, LA to radiation treatments. After radiation treatments, doctors are scheduling lung surgery to remove the lesion on her right lung. Here in the next couple of weeks, she will be traveling to MD Anderson in Houstin, TX to get a second opinion from the doctors about her situation. After lung surgery, she will start Chemotherapy. Statistics say an average person has 15 months after being diagnosed with this form of cancer. We have faith in God that Connie will have longer than that. We refuse to believe statistic reports. We will believe GOD'S REPORT.

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