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Have you ever wondered how effective natural cancer treatments can be?
My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. After her diagnosis, she underwent a mastectomy followed by many rounds of chemotherapy. I can still remember seeing my mom’s hair fall out and thinking she had aged 10 years in the few weeks following chemo.
Praise God, after all of her treatments, she was diagnosed as being “cancer-free” and healthy. But for the next several years, she was sicker than she’d ever been in her life. Then, a terrible thing happened. She was diagnosed with cancer again.
My mom started following an all-natural plan. And after only four months, the tumors on her lungs shrunk significantly. One year after that, she was again diagnosed as being “cancer-free.” It’s now been 10 years. My mom recently turned 60 years old and she is in the best shape of her life.
I want to be clear: I am not claiming that what we did with my mother is a cancer cure. But I believe these natural therapies, either used by themselves or in conjunction with conventional medical treatments, may support the body in the healing process.
In this episode of Ancient Medicine today, I share 11 breast cancer-fighting tips I think may help you or a loved one naturally combat cancer like my mom did.
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