World Alzheimer's Month on September, 2020: November is the month for what cancer awareness?
September, 2020 is World Alzheimer's Month 2020. World Alzheimer's Month Take action on Alzheimer's Action Day
November 14, 2013 is World Diabetes Day.
* Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
* COPD Awareness month.
* Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month.
* American Diabetes Month.
* Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
* Crohn's & Ulcerative Colitis Awareness Month
* National Stomach Cancer Awareness Month (United States)
* National Prematurity Awareness Month (United States)
* Epilepsy Awareness Month.
* National Pulmonary Hypertension Awareness Month.
Alzheimer's. we need your help.?
I have read an article just a few minutes ago that there is a cure now on alzheimer's disease. They just inject something to the patient and in a few minutes they're cured.
Although I'm not sure if it's already implemented there in your country . You might be interested in reading this article for additional info.
Christians: Has anyone ever been healed from Alzheimer's disease? Should they be? So confused..?
There's no "should" about anyone being healed by God from anything! When He does heal, it is pure grace on His part. Although I have not heard of anyone being healed of Alzheimer's, I read this article recently. It's from a 2005 interview of a Mrs Edith Boyle, when she was 67. A specialist had just diagnosed her as having Alzheimer's. I'll quote extracts from it because this will give you comfort.
"I made a cup of tea and sat down. And I felt the Lord was going to speak to me; I felt that the Lord came out of heaven and sat beside me. And He spoke right into my mind: 'Edith, don't worry about having Alzheimer's, because I'm going to use you. There are so many people in the world with Alzheimers' and they're frightened of it. What you will pass on will be helpful to them. As you love me, you'll know that I'm with you.'
A few days later I was at a meeting and we were asked if anyone had anything to share. I went forward and the Lord opened my mouth and I said that I had got Alzheimer's. And so I started out on my journey of sharing Alzheimer's with other people...
On one occasion, working in the kitchen, I thought:' Why Lord, why? Why have you given me this?' And then the Lord was right beside me. He said that the devil was troubling me. 'I'm here all the way.' One day I was very down. I prayed about it. 'Lord, I don't know why I feel like this.' And the Lord came to me: 'Always remember this - I'm here; I will not leave you.' One evening I was sitting in church; it had been a down day, realising that I will not get better. And then the Lord was there; I felt that I could go to heaven; it was like being in heaven. And He said: 'Go into the world and tell others about me and always remember that I'm right beside you.' It was an amazing experience. He was so alive to me...'
Nearly four years later, the foregoing account was read aloud to Edith and her husband Hamish. Hamish commented; 'Sometimes it is all very upsetting as you care; one must live in day-tight compartments.' And Edith commented: 'Nothing has changed. Some days I feel down, and then other days I know that the Lord is with me. After all, when Christ is in the vessel, you laugh at the storm!"
I hope this helps you to understand that no matter what befalls a Christian, they are engraved on the palms of Christ's hands, and He is always with them. There is no need to beseech God for a miraculous healing. There is every need to pray fervently that you Gran will know that the Lord is with her and that she can laugh at the storm.