How Teri Dale Healed Hodgkin’s Lymphoma


Teri Dale noticed a lump on her neck in 2014. She was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in March 2016. She opted out of conventional treatment and made a decision to radically change her life and take control of her health. And within 9 months, her body had healed, and in December 2016 her PET scan was all clear!

Teri is now a Healing Strong group leader and I’m so excited to share her story with you.

Watch our interview below, or listen to it on the Chris Beat Cancer podcast on iTunes or Spotify.

Show Notes
-“How does somebody like me get cancer?” [01:39]
-A botched surgery exposes flaws in the medical system [07:27]
-The light bulb moment [13:48]
-Teri’s cancer healing protocol [16:55]
-Rife healing frequencies [21:29]
-Advice to recently diagnosed cancer patients [24:34]
-The difference between life and death [29:04]
-Healing Strong holistic cancer support groups [32:10]

Selected links from interview:
Study on frequency devices for cancer
Dr Kevin Conners on Rife and chemo
Healing Strong cancer support groups

Connect with Teri Dale:
www.teridale.com
Facebook page

More lymphoma healing stories here

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