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Mitzi has prayers from all as she battles cancer again

Having bested cancer twice in her short lifetime, she says, "I have no doubt that it has been in Gods hands all along." Going for a third trial with new medicines, she aims to beat cancer again, and make it stay away! The whole community of family and friends send a ton of love and prayers as she heads back to the hospital today, November 27, 2018. - LW

Journaled by Mitzi McKinley Bault
Evening, November 26, 2018

I got my call from Louisville. In the morning Ricky and I will be going to Norton's. Dr. Gordiner will be letting us know the plan.

There have been three new drugs for Metastatic Cancer (cancer that has attached to a different organ). This is Ovarian Cancer that has attached to my pancreas, lung, liver, spleen, stomach and colon - I really think that is enough.

In 2012 the Ovarian came back on my pancreas, liver and spleen. After two and a half years of three different chemos it just stopped growing. You could still see it on my CTs but it just stayed the same size. My doctors said that they could not understand it. I have no doubt that has been in Gods hands all along. God guides the doctors hands, and then if you throw in a little Waggener, Chelf, McKinley and McBeth - enough said.

I have been so blessed to have Ricky, my daughter, my little Momma, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, cousins and loving friends for great support. I love you all.

Lot's of love from McKinley Lane... 'Nite

"When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the life, for your strength. Give thanks for your friendship, your family and for the joy of living. If you see no reason to give thanks, the fault lies in yourself."

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Mitzi Bault shares her get well bouquet

2018-11-28 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Mitzi Bault, CM staff.
"This beautiful bouquet was delivered to me by Alexis Jennings during my days between hospital and doctor visits with 'get well soon' messages. Everyone has been wonderful." -MB

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