• Christian singer, Carman has incurable cancer

     

    And the devil evidently is responsible.

    “I want the devil to know that he put cancer on absolutely the wrong Italian . . . before it’s too late, I want to see your faces, shake your hands and hug your necks. But mostly, I want to see one of you get healed of what threatens your future and I really want to see someone you love come to Christ. Now let’s get back to business . . .” -Carman

    He apparently has myeloma and has around three to five years left.

    “There is no cure,” says Carman, who received news on Feb. 7 that his life expectancy is three to five years. “I just went in for a bone biopsy. They took eight vials of blood. On March 4, I’m having a three-day examination to find out how deep I am into this and what the best treatment is.”

    A bit on myeloma:

    Carman was diagnosed with myeloma. According to the American Society of Hematology, myeloma is cancer of the plasma cells. Plasma cells are white blood cells that produce disease- and infection-fighting antibodies in the body. Myeloma cells prevent the normal production of antibodies, leaving Carman’s immune system weakened and susceptible to infection. Treatment options depend on the type and stage of myeloma, but include chemotherapy, anemia drugs, radiation therapy, stem cell transplants and drugs that target specific areas of the immune system.

    Carman has this to say on his Facebook page (March 10 entry).

    I’ve staring “down” Myeloma Cancer for 3 weeks now and I believe I can take it on and beat it. The look on my face in this picture tells the story. I’m not doing Chemo for now. I’m going the natural route with a vengeance with a very competent NMD on my medical team. Through heavy doses of prayer, eating the foods God made and disciplining myself in every way I’m believing God I can beat this dreaded disease. I Owe it to The Lord and I owe it to you. Most folks don’t have 16,000 people posting prayers for them. So yes, this time out I am that “show me” test for the forgotten souls who have all forms of Cancer and I will let them know somebody just like you, is praying for you too.

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    Here’s Carman’s video telling satan to “bite the dust.”

     

     

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    Article by: Beth Erickson

    I'm Beth Ann Erickson, a freelance writer, publisher, and skeptic. I live in Central Minnesota with my husband, son, and two rescue pups. Life is flippin' good. :)

    4 comments

    1. The impostor is a faker. Bone biopsy, yet he claims to have a disease of the Plasma. Nothing lines up, including his years of behaviors toward women. He wants YOUR financial support, in order to record an album and go on tour, a tour that any weakened and recovering man wouldn’t have the strength to even think about, such a severely compromised immune system that no intelligent person would dare go to a gym and risk catching something. Yet this man- with a 20 Million $ net worth, wants YOU to support him, after farming the people of Christendom for more than 500,000 $ of support. Court records of secret marriages and divorces, confidentiality buy-outs. The impostor has done away with his credibility.

      1. I’ll admit I’m not a fan of his either. It certainly will be interesting to see how this story unfolds. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

      2. Carman claimed to have multiple myeloma. In short, of the two families of white blood cells, Myeloid wbc’s are made in the bone marrow… and Lymphoid in the lymphatic system. If something causes a plasma cell, wbc that makes antibodies that are used by the immune system, to make an error and mutate while it is growing. The plasma cell that has the genetic defect begins to multiply very quickly and no longer can do it’s job. At the end, the bone marrow, where the red blood cells, platelets, monocytes, and myelocytes are manufactured, become overcrowded with these useless cancerous plasma cells. Therefore all of these myeloid white blood cells have no room to grow and the body becomes short of them.
        Here is where there is confusion. Many times the plasma cells are treated by chemo which knows just to kill all the plasma cells. If all goes as planned there now becomes space in the marrow for all the different kind of white cells that were unable to grow make a comeback. When everything returns to normal counts, the patient is said to be in remission.
        Through no fault of their own remission is sometimes described as cancer free. Just like people call medicines that stop platelets from sticking together are called by the patient blood thinning medicines even through they don’t thin the blood, the Dr also uses the term blood thinning medicine for the simple fact that this is how the patient thinks of it. So also in leukemias and other cancers in which go into remission, are sometimes called cured.

        If this is the case with Carmen, meaning he is in remission, then he simply is explaining what the doctor told him. The doctors tell the patient that the cancerous plasma cells have been killed and all your white blood cells are growing normally. But inside the body somewhere in the bone marrow still exist these mutated cancerous plasma cells. It is only a matter of time until they come back.
        So here is the truth. If Carmen mistakenly is just using cancer free as a term instead of in remission then there is no problem. If Carmen starts claiming a miracle and that he is 100% cured then those who worked in the field of hematology will be dying to get their hands of all the lab results, pics of slides, and whatever else shows this case study. The science field will make a lot of noise about it. In other words, this would be a big thing. However, after working in the field, if someone ever called someone with multiple myeloma cured in the medical charts, they could be fired. This is not possible barring a real miracle.
        So let’s see what Carmen does with his remission. I pray to God that Carmen doesn’t exploit remission for a real miracle.

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