Doctors are puzzling over how a man’s suspected malignant brain tumor suddenly disappeared without surgery – but the patient credits his miraculous recovery to faith and hope.

Paul Wood from Lodi, California first approached his doctor several months ago because he was having headaches and experiencing trouble walking unassisted.

After he was sent to a neurosurgeon at UC San Francisco, doctors suspected that Wood was suffering from a brain bleed – but then scans revealed signs of a brain tumor.

Rather than accept a dismal diagnosis, however, Wood turned to his faith and community.

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Wood, who attends Gravity Church, was flooded with messages of support and prayers from his fellow church goers and local acquaintances.

Then, the day before his surgery, doctors were stunned to find that the suspected tumor had vanished.

“We do tests and we have medical technology and we try to come up with some conclusion. We’re like detectives – [but] sometimes things happen that we can’t explain,” Dr. Richard Yee told KOVR.

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With the surgery canceled, Wood simply says that “it’s a miracle and that is the way God planned it.”

Regardless of whether his recovery is thanks to divine intervention, Wood hopes that his story will inspire hope in patients suffering from similar diagnoses.

(WATCH the video below) – Photo by KOVR

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