Agnes McKim:  10 Years Stage 4 Colorectal Cancer Survivor Story

Alternative Cancer Treatments Success Story
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Agnes McKim became a patient at Hope4Cancer Institute over 10 years ago when she approached Dr. Jimenez desperate to avert a death sentence imposed upon her by her conventional doctors when she was first diagnosed with Stage IV colorectal cancer.

Colorectal cancer is one of the major forms of cancers that afflicts both men and women across the world.  In 2013, an estimated 73,680 men and 69,140 women are expected to be diagnosed with the disease in the United States alone, while 26,300 men and 24,530 women are expected to die from the disease.  In recent years, the advanced screening for and removal of potentially carcinogenic polyps through proactive colonoscopies has appreciably reduced the mortality rate from colorectal cancer.  However, if diagnosed at a late stage, colorectal cancer often culminates in highly invasive surgeries that involve excision of parts of the colon and parts of surrounding organs and lymph nodes that might have got affected.  The patient may also have undergone extensive radiation and chemotherapy as well. Once a patient goes through this surgery, their quality of life is significantly impaired and they are relegated to the use of a colostomy bag for the rest of their lives.

Agnes McKim came to Hope4Cancer at a phase in her treatment where she was being recommended highly invasive surgery as her only hope against the advanced state of disease.  She refused the surgery and chose to come to Hope4Cancer Institute instead.  Under the advice of Dr. Jimenez, she undertook a much smaller surgery, and followed up by using non-toxic alternative cancer treatments from Hope4Cancer Institute to accomplish a complete healing experience.

Read Agnes’ heartfelt letter to Dr. Jimenez detailing her stage 4 colorectal cancer survivor story.  We feel grateful that Hope4Cancer Institute treatments not only allowed Agnes to survive, but also thrive with an excellent quality of life.  Read about Agnes’ experience over the last 10 years in her own words.


Agnes McKim unfortunately passed away after about 10 years from her diagnosis, but due t0 another health complication – not cancer. She remains an important testimonial of the benefits of natural cancer therapies that helped her survive many years beyond her expected survival.

8 thoughts on “10-Year Stage 4 Colorectal Cancer Survivor Story

  1. My Dr’s are saying I need surgery and will end up with a colostomy bag. I refuse to have surgery. I am starting on mistletoe but what other protocols are best to fight colorectal cancer?

  2. I’m inquiring to the Hope4Cancer Institute for my brother, who is 83 years old with stage 4 lung cancer. I am 76 years old, in good health, and married to the same woman for 57 years. My brother’s name is James Robert Garrett, we call him “Bob”. He is currently in a hospital in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He is very weak, and can’t do this research himself, so I’m inquiring for him. On Wednesday, (8-23-2017), the doctors gave him 2 months to live. They said he was too weak for chemotherapy, and not a candidate for radiation treatments. I know about Dr. Otto Warburg and oxygen therapy now for about 20 years I am convinced that his theory of oxygenating the body, along with proper nutrition will save my brother. Please respond ASAP, as you know, time is of the essence. Thank you.

  3. My mom is still battling Stage 4 Colon Cancer. She is currently in the hospital as her intestines are blocked. They say she is too weak for chemo and the doctors cannot clearly see where the cancer is. Can you help with any advice that might pick her up to go through chemo? She is in great spirits just getting weaker. Thank you!

    1. Dear Aleks,
      I am so sorry for what you are going through, my prayers are with you and your Mom. Where she is at right now, your best option is to follow doctor’s recommendations – clearing the blockage is essential to start any therapeutic measures. Please feel free to schedule a free consultation with one of our patient counselors and hopefully they can guide you further.

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