Kay’s courageous story of how chemo nearly killed her and how she used nutrition to heal stage 4 pancreatic cancer! (Updated January 2017!)
Here’s a terrific new interview with 5-year stage 4 colon cancer survivor Ivelisse Page.
Like me, she refused chemo after surgery and adopted a natural protocol which included hardcore nutrition and injections of mistletoe (aka Iscador).
Watch this interview!
Cortney Campbell is a chemo-free Hodgkins lymphoma survivor since 2008. Long time readers may remember that hers was the first natural survivor story I shared back in 2010. So I thought it would be fun to shoot a follow up video with her and her husband Kevin at the Healing Strong Conference in Atlanta this past weekend.
My name is Ann Cameron. On Tuesday July 30th, 2013 I had a CT scan for malignant tumors in my lungs. On Thursday August 1st 2013, I got the results:
“No evidence of cancer.”
I firmly believe carrots cured the cancer.
In 1992 I was told the hard 1 1/2″ lump in my breast was cancer. But God was telling me in my heart, “Monique, cancer does not kill. Fear does!” – and there began my journey into discovery of exactly what this lump represented, and how to fight it. Today, 21 years later, I am a fit 72 year old!
In 2005 I had metastasized cancer tumors, primarily in my neck, and was told I needed surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. Before my surgery I was advised to juice carrots by the wife of a friend, a woman that had cured herself of ovarian cancer. Chemo and radiation didn’t work. Carrot juice did!
Ashlie Sanders tells her incredible story of a miraculous healing of breast cancer and the radical diet change she adopted to stay well.
Hi Chris, I hope your story & mine can help to get the word out to as many people as possible. I have tried my best to tell friends & loved ones about this, but they don’t believe me.
Sadly I have had family members who refused to even try it, thinking it was not true. They only believed what their doctor said about chemo & radiation, and they passed away within a year after being treated with chemo & radiation.
I was diagnosed with leukemia in 2000, and all I was told was that it was related to bone cancer where it starts in the bone marrow. Here’s how it started…
Suzan Macco, R.N., C.N.H.P., L.D.H.S. Breast Cancer, Stage 2 Diagnosed April 27, 2007 Hearing the words “you” and “have cancer” in the same sentence was