Cancer has a way of making warriors out of everyday people.
We are probably not that different from you.
Josh Fulton, like so many people, was an unwitting conscript into the war against cancer when his wife was diagnosed with stage IV melanoma.
An entrepreneur by trade, with no formal background in the sciences, Josh threw himself into medical research with a passion that only an emergency can provide. Through their journey, Josh and his wife, Katrina, traveled internationally and saw many people’s condition dramatically improve with integrative treatments, even when conventional oncology had given up on them.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from New York University and a master’s degree in creative writing from University of North Carolina, Wilmington. He is the father of four children. This is his first book.
Katrina Fulton was a mother of four; a teacher; a lover of Christ; and the beloved wife of Josh Fulton. In 2013, she beat Stage IIIb melanoma largely with just surgery and interferon. By 2019, the melanoma had come back, this time at Stage IV.
Despite Katrina's best efforts, her cancer progressed after about nine months on only Standard of Care therapies. After suffering through increasingly ineffective and side effect-inducing second and third line Standard of Care therapies, she pursued integrative treatments in earnest. Although she had initial success with integrative therapies, a few treatment mishaps proved fatal. She passed away in October of 2021 at the age of 35.
She is missed constantly by all of her family and loved ones that she left behind. This book is published in her memory.