Patient Journeys

Real Stories of Hope and Healing

We’ve had the pleasure of helping thousands of cancer patients on their road to recovery. From prevention phases to Stage IV diagnoses, we’re always inspired by our patients’ dedication to healing. We’ve treated folks from all backgrounds and walks of life, and we’ve seen even the most dire cases reach and stay in remission with our treatments. Here are just a few of the inspirational testimonials and survivor stories we’ve witnessed at Hope4Cancer, told by the patients themselves.

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Jack’s Thyroid Cancer Treatment Journey

When Jack Dawson was first diagnosed with thyroid cancer, conventional doctors were confident that the disease would be simple enough to treat. In this latest testimonial, Jack reflects on his experience with conventional vs. natural thyroid cancer treatment and shares why Hope4Cancer resonates with him.

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Hope4Cancer patient Carrie shares her story and what were her breast cancer treatment options

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Carrie’s Breast Cancer Survivor Story

A Registered Nurse, Carrie had always been health-conscious. In fact, she was so sure of her health, when she returned for a routine checkup five years later she had no concerns whatsoever. The news that the cancer had metastasized throughout her lung left her completely shocked, facing the possibility of her death.

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Kenneth and Alternative Treatments for Prostate Cancer

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Kenneth’s Prostate Cancer Survivor Story

Feeling his options with conventional medicine were uncomfortable and limited, Kenneth set out to pursue a more natural treatment for prostate cancer. In the search for less invasive procedures, he discovered Hope4Cancer — and a holistic therapy approach he had never imagined.

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Kate's Inspiring Lung Cancer Survivor Story

Kate Malvenan, stage 4 lung cancer survivor, came to Hope4Cancer with 6 months to live and a 2-year-old daughter to fight for at home. Kate reports the information that once rattled her with shock and fear gives her no anxiety or worries at all. “This cancer has no chance.”

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Erin's Emotional Cancer Survivor Story

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Erin's Survivor Story

Have you ever wondered if there’s a link between emotions and cancer? Erin shares her extraordinary story of loss, grief, and pain even  before she received her own cancer diagnosis.

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Christine’s Survivor Story

After receiving the news of a cancer diagnosis and being given only seven months to live, Christine Margo immediately felt pressure from well-intentioned family and friends, urging her to pursue conventional treatment. “The fear for me was so great… I didn’t want to do it but I was afraid not to,” Christine recalls.

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Craig's Hodgkin's Lymphoma Survivor Story

After feeling a literal lump in his throat, Craig VanderStoep had a strong gut feeling regarding the news he was about to face. A close family history with Hodgkins Lymphoma gave him and his wife, Jen, a chance to process hard feelings and conduct their own research during a three-week diagnosis period.

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Roberto's Renal Cell Carcinoma Survivor Story

Before Roberto Torres and his wife, Kim, returned to Hope4Cancer for a follow-up, they paid a visit to their traditional oncologist at home. Roberto, diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma in December 2017, was due for a scan. “We didn’t really care about what the results would say. We knew I was feeling great, and I was feeling strong, and what could be better?”

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Bob’s Prostate Cancer Journey After Traditional Treatment

After receiving a diagnosis for prostate cancer, Bob Henry underwent over a year of traditional treatment to no avail. His supportive wife, Darla, describes watching him suffer through the side effects: “It was like fighting a never-ending battle where you couldn’t see light at the end of the tunnel. He was beat up.”

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Aaron's Stage IV Glioblastoma Survivor Story

“Your husband is having a seizure!” It was Stage IV Glioblastoma Multiforme. A very malignant brain cancer. They told me there isn’t a cure. Aaron is 40, the love of my life, the father of my children. We wanted to extend his life a few decades, not just a couple years. It was a large faith step for us to commit to healing non-conventionally. Was this the miracle we looked for?

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Betsy's Ovarian Cancer Survivor Testimonial

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Betsy's Ovarian Cancer Survivor Story

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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Lisa Englemans Survivor Story

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Lisa's Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma Survivor Story

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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Hope4Cancer Patient David reflects on his "I Am Hope" story.

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David's Multiple Myeloma Survivor Story

I was incredibly scared. I never thought the tumor above my femur could be anything more, but the MRI showed otherwise. “Suspected multiple myeloma.” In my research I found Hope4Cancer, and they resonated with me. After fighting this for over four years I was shocked at the response the cancer had to the treatment and I’m still in disbelief

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Julie's Breast Cancer Survivor Story

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Julie's Breast Cancer Survivor Story

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.

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Trina Hammacks Stage 4 Ovarian Cancer Survivor Story

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Trina's Stage IV Ovarian Cancer Survivor Story

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.

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Charles' Bladder Cancer Survivor Story

After undergoing surgery to reconstruct my bladder and remove the surrounding lymph nodes, the post surgical report showed the cancer had spread to my other lymph nodes. I was given 4 months to a year. I have a daughter, and wife. I needed to be around. I was given a referral and I knew it was my chance to start on my healing journey.

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Linda's Cancer Survivor Story

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Linda's Cancer Liposarcoma Survivor Story

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.

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