PACINI'S 1999-2002

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Latest update on Cameron Williams, received Wednesday, January 16th:

Dear Family and Friends,

After the last update Cam received some additional challenges. He’s been in the hospital 5 times in the last 8 days. He’s been blessed to have an additional catheter placed into his liver to allow the other part of his liver to receive relief that the first catheter was not relieving. All the other times at the hospital had to do with a variety of issues, bless his heart, I will spare you the details. It seems that the Lord’s plan for Cam’s journey must have additional challenges. Each time Cam gets knocked down, some believing he cannot rise, he does. He struggles to stand and then puts one foot in front of the other.

The main challenges the last couple of weeks have to do with his liver functions. Cam’s liver has been full of debris (bilirubin) yet his liver functions have remained fairly strong with some of the most important liver indicators spiking up. Cam became very juntas a little over a week ago, so all hands have been on deck and around the clock work to help his liver become relieved. We gathered as a family last Saturday in the hospital with Cam knowing how serious the challenge was, yet as we prayed and talked and after Cam received a priesthood blessing, we all felt calm. We didn’t have any answers nor where there western medicine options available. Cam was also hit with a major infection again in right lung.

Today Cam received a mighty miracle from the Master Physician who with His touch granted Cam some relief of his liver debris and his blood results have confirmed this. Truly a miracle has been performed once again for Cam.

Cam “Iron Will”iams’ has covered a great part of his journey which has been formidable. He has, I’m quite sure, many more serious obstacles that he will face on his journey. He has been sustained by the love and support of family and friends. He is no doubt being carried by our Savior, who by the touch of his finger can heal Cam completely. We have faith that He will.

Thanks to all of you for your quiet support, love, acts of kindness in our behalf. We wouldn’t wish this upon anyone and yet we wouldn’t trade the precious, sacred opportunity to serve and support Cam.

Please know that we love and appreciate each and everyone of you more than you know. We look forward to the time we can take pause and express to each of you how we feel.

With deep appreciation,

Dave, Paula, Cam and Family


www.TogetherWeCAM.org

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