By Andi Bourne

Walking by faith through stage 3 colon cancer


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Joel Roesner drawing the winning ticket for the polished aluminum 10.5 inch 300 Blackout Pistol that he made from a kit. The winner was Seeley Lake resident Marvin Rapp.

SEELEY LAKE – When Joel Roesner was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in October 2019, he followed all the recommendations of his oncologist. However, after six months of chemotherapy and three major surgeries, he was told there was nothing else they could do for him.

Giving up was never an option for Roesner and his wife Jeanette. Instead he did his own research on alternative treatments, switched to seeing a natureopathic doctor and returned last month from three weeks of treatment at CHIPSA Hospital in Mexico.

"I chose to pursue alternative treatments because not only did my onco...

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