Georges Cordoba is a long-term stage IV melanoma survivor. He was diagnosed in 2002 and after eight years and with eight tumors in his brain, Georges quit conventional treatment and decided to make drastic changes to his diet and lifestyle. A year and a half later he was cancer-free.
James Templeton was diagnosed with melanoma that eventually progressed to Stage IV back in the mid-1980s. After conventional treatment failed him, James took a holistic approach to healing, radically changed his diet and his lifestyle and healed his cancer. He is now a 30-year stage IV melanoma survivor!
I met Bailey O’Brien at a conference in Phoenix, AZ. She told me her remarkable story how she healed stage 4 melanoma and then we shot this interview for you. Enjoy!
In 1984, Prudence Sinclair was diagnosed with stage 4 malignant melanoma and given 6 months to live. She was 26.
Hi Chris, Thanks so much for sharing and helping others who need encouragement, hope and faith! You have a beautiful family and I’m sure they are glad you’re still here and well.
Ironically, I was diagnosed in the same year as you, in 2003, with melanoma. I totally related to your description of the “emotions” I was feeling.
Like you Chris, my interest in natural cures and remedies started after I had surgery and was facing the strong arm of the doctors, to start chemotherapy…
On April 1, 2003 I was diagnosed w/ a late stage 3b, malignant melanoma that had ulcerated and after a sentinal node biopsy they discovered that the cancer was in my lymph nodes. I learned to follow my intuition, I learned that fear had no place (except to motivate) in cancer recovery. Too many patients put their life into the hands who have no true interest in your survival. Why do we do this? “Bad” patients i think have higher survivor rates because they are willing to actually think outside the box and don’t fold under “an authority figure”…