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I Have Breast Cancer But I Am Not Sick

Abstract:  I was very upset with the oncologist when he took one look at my report, and without asking questions, said that I HAD to do 62 weeks of chemo!  When I told him I didn’t WANT to do chemo, he said, “Well, then it’s 100% chance of recurrence.”  When I asked what my options […]

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Up on my feet again four days after another (slipped disc) attack!

Abstract: On Monday morning, 9 April 2012, I was getting ready to go to our cancer centre. As usual I went to my computer to check if I have any emails waiting to be answered. The Google Chrome did not work!  I looked at the wire connection and thought it could be due to some […]

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Colon Cancer from France: My Father’s Healing Story

Abstract: The oncologist explained that my father will have 50 % chance to be alive for 5 years from now. With chemo, the statistic rises to 65%. I sent an e-mail to a Ph.D. telling the story of my father. I also sent to him two of your books to introduce your approach. He immediately […]

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How I Survived Breast Cancer

Abstract: That news hit me hard in my face. That was 11 years ago to this day. Exactly 11 years ago and I survived breast cancer. By changing my lifestyle, living within my means and adopting an attitude that life should be simple, have given me the freedom to enjoy life to the fullest. Let […]

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Poisoned By Dental Fillings: My Journey Through the Valley of the Deepest Darkness

Abstract:  I was dying (in 1999) from profuse nosebleed, constriction and spasm of the entire gastro-intestinal system. My muscles were wasting away and I had cramps and extreme chills. My brain was retarded and I was breathless. My weight dropped from 165 lbs to 112 lbs. After consulting so many medical experts and alternative practitioners, […]

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My Healing Journey: Lung Cancer with Metastasis to Liver and Pancreas

Abstract: After the biopsy, the doctor said it was TB.  I was on antibiotics for six months. The lump in my lung grew bigger. This was then confirmed as lung cancer. Unfortunately it had spread to the liver. I underwent chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The lung tumour shrunk but later grew in size. The liver lesion […]

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