Recent Posts on LinkedIn regarding our methodology have brought an overwhelming response. As Executive Director of Cord of 3 Strands I was on the leadership team that observed and developed “The Empathetic Approach” for those dealing with the scourge of Terminal Cancer. Please note I use the word Terminal only when a medical doctor has stated a prognosis in the number of months or years their patient has before death. Our work has been successful beyond anything we could have asked or imagined.

The majority of those who are interested to the point of reaching out with an invitation to Connect have been from Western European Countries. We are in the process of arranging visits to the first two of what we plan to be dozens of other nations in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia.

At this time, we are putting together times to meet with people one on one, with Nurses, Medical Teams, or any other combination of specialties who would be interested. What we do is absolutely unique in the United States and, we believe, all other countries in the world. Though it requires two attributes of those working with people who have Cancer, those attributes are found in every village, town, and city across the globe.

This news is simply too important not to share with others. We have seen 180 degree changes in those who have come to Cord of 3 Strands for help. Our people arrive pessimistic, fearful, anxious, stressed out, and angry (typically with God); they fairly quickly leave those destructive things behind to embrace optimism, hope, and encouragement. This change not only has a positive effect on the quality of the lives they live but also an amazing difference in the quantity of years added to the original prognosis.

Thus far we will be meeting with Medical Teams in Spain from October 20-27 and Italy from February 19-26. We are looking for our third destination. Please let us know if you are interested.

Cord of 3 Strands

steve@c3s.live

804-248-9924

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