Our Patients' Stories
Walking the Path of Hope and Healing
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 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 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 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.
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!
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