Our Patients' Stories
Walking the Path of Hope and Healing
I was scared. The doctor said, “There is a very large ‘something’ in your abdomen.” My world stopped. I went to my husband’s office next to mine, and I sat down and started crying. I underwent surgery to remove the tumor. It wasn’t until later I learned how important nutrition is. I learned you have to be diligent, but there is something that you can do.
I was horrified. “YOU HAVE CANCER” was the scariest thing I had ever heard. I couldn’t do the standard treatments. I wanted to be around for my children. I started doing research and eventually found a clinic I knew was right for me. Cancer has been scary, but I’m working on that, but I know cancer doesn’t have to be a death sentence!
I felt horrible. Nobody wants to be told they have cancer. I was afraid, my family was afraid. I watched a documentary on cancer and through it I found a loving, wonderful clinic. I learned how amazing our immune systems are and how our bodies can fight cancer! I came to the clinic and I was shocked. I didn’t know cancer treatment could look like this.
I was afraid that standard treatments may take me from my son. I couldn’t let that happen. I had to listen to that still, small voice in my heart. In my research, I found Hope4Cancer. Everyone I met on my first visit was so great. I knew I could trust them. I had to find and learn the root cause factors on many, many levels and figure out WHY.
I was rushed into trying to make decisions after my diagnosis. I felt like I was letting my body down. I was overwhelmed. I started researching on how I could heal myself. I said no thank you to conventional treatments. The mind-spirit work I did was almost more important than the body work I did to heal. Cancer doesn’t scare me like it used to.
I was living a nightmare that didn’t fit with my life. I was shocked and afraid and I just looked at my kids wondering if I would be able to raise them. The doctors told me I had an incurable form of cancer. My husband and I spent so much time researching online. We found a treatment center and knew it was where I needed to be, but not everything was going to be easy.
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Learn More About Healing
If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, we want you to know that there are options. We’d love to be part of your journey, but moreover, we want you to do what’s best for you. In order to help you make the most informed decision regarding treatment, we’ve dedicated this module to explaining our background in the alternative healing world, as well as the Hope4Cancer difference.Learn More
Not So Sweet After All: Sugar's Ties to Cancer Risk
A new study, however, may provide some additional motivation. Conducted at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and published in the Jan. 1, 2016, online issue of Cancer Research, the findings show a clear correlation between sugar intake and the risk of cancer, especially breast cancer, as well as the subsequent spread of that cancer to the lungs.Learn More
Emotional and Spiritual Healing
The medical community has long recognized that there is a link between emotional and biological functions; more and more every day, we witness just how dependent the body’s physical response to treatment is on the emotional and spiritual state. When negative emotions are overbearing, the immune system is negatively affectedLearn More
I’m sure you’ve heard the old adage: “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” It’s a proverbial phrase used to encourage optimism and a positive, take-action attitude when faced with adversity.
But when you hear the dreaded news that “you have cancer,” it can feel like fate has not just given you one sour, bitter lemon, but a bushel of them. And we know from experience that what you do with those lemons often determines how you heal.Learn More