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Roberto Torres – Hope and Treatment for Renal Cell Carcinoma

“For a lot of people, [conventional] just doesn’t work. Had I known more, I would have come here sooner.”

When Roberto Torres was first diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma, not knowing where else to turn, he put his faith into conventional medicine. Unfortunately, three months after surgical removal and chemotherapy, an even larger tumor appeared on Roberto’s diaphragm, severely limiting his breathing. The recurrence, coupled with the amount of suffering Roberto was experiencing from the traditional side effects, prompted his wife, Kim to research other options.

In less than one year, Kim’s decision would help Roberto go from not even being able to sneeze to receiving MRI results with no trace of disease. Learn more about this truly miraculous recovery from Roberto himself in the powerful testimony video below.

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7 thoughts on “Roberto Torres – Hope and Treatment for Renal Cell Carcinoma

  1. Congratulations Roberto Torres. I loss my daughter to western medicine. We tried to get her to Hope4Cancer, but it was too late. If I had to do it all over again, we would have brought her to Hope4Cancer sooner. I will always continue to advocate for Hope4Cancer through my daughter’s foundation.

  2. I have been fighting rectal cancer, adenocarcinoma since 2014. It slowed way down but never went away. Currently, I am on Vectibix and Decadron a steroid. The side effects of immunotherapy were a surprise. I thought it was a walk in the park, but my skin did not like the treatment, which the doctor skipped a few times due to rashes and dermatitis all over. The tumor is very close to the Anus, about 10 centimeters, less than 1 inch.
    Is there a different immunotherapy that can be used? I also take Apatone and Essiac which the doctor say’s is a waste of time and money. Your thoughts?

  3. Roberto’s story is true. I saw it happen with my own eyes. The first time I saw him, he describes himself as ashen. I would say he was yellow. Anyway…he looked very sick. The other patients jokingly called his dear wife “nurse Kim” and said we all needed a nurse like her. I was sitting across the table at dinner from Roberto, the night he told us he could breathe again. He wept…with good reason. My therapy room was right next to one hyperthermia unit. The walls are thin, and I could hear Roberto and Kim, when they went in there!! Roberto would groan, those ovens are a bit hard to take! One day I heard him tell Kim, “I don’t know what has happened, but I feel better than I have in a very long time.” Hearing him say that filled my heart with such joy, and gave me hope! Dealing with cancer is not easy. Many do not have results as quickly as Roberto. But oh how we all LOVE the happy stories!!! Hope IS a very special place. Roberto and Kim, use the time you have left on this earth to bring glory to the Almighty Creator God!!! May He continue to bless, guide, and keep you.

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