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‘Cancer: My Journey in Time', Rev. Fuzz's story in battling cancer

Lenny Schumacher
Enoch Fuzz taken by Jamie Vaughan/Facebook

NASHVILLE, TN — Rev. Enoch Fuzz, pastor of the Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church has endured stage four lung cancer for over 15 months. During one of those hard times, the doctor mentioned that he only had 15 months to survive, but he has surpassed that hard time.

Rev. Fuzz has seen many ups and downs in his journey of cancer, that often seems like a roller coaster ride. He was prescribed a new cancer treatment, called a “chemo pill”. So far, the medicine has worked well as a miracle. His cancer has shrunk and he is getting better. He took his medication along with medical instructions like exercise, rest and eating the right thing.

However, his cancer journey is not over yet. Rev. Fuzz is struggling with the case of Lymphedema, which caused swelling in all of his arms, face, and legs. It does not cause any pain but extreme fatigue is present. Some consider lymphedema as a ‘fluid build-up’, but in his case, it is caused by a protein build-up. He also takes a fluid pill every morning and goes three days each week for the treatment.

Through it all, Rev. Fuzz continues to pray and to watch and wait with humble patience. He has received many prayers from his social media platform, in group texts or calls from individuals, either with just the praying hands emoji or with one word ‘praying’, a scripture and an ‘on the spot prayer’.

Continue to pray for healing for Rev. Enoch Fuzz, you can visit his Facebook site and support him with words of encouragement.

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