Breast Cancer Awareness Month

3 years ago, my wife Sandy was diagnosed with breast cancer. She didn’t know what she was going to do, but she did know 2 things: she wanted to be treated as an individual and not as a statistic, and if at all possible she didn’t want chemotherapy. She and I did a lot of research that led us to…

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Interesting Cancer Case

One of my more interesting and satisfying cases involves as sweet dog named Polly, who was diagnosed with lymphoma of the upper lip and palate 10 months ago. She was given a grim prognosis by her vet and her owners advised to consider euthanasia. Over the last 10 months we have treated her aggressively with my lymphoma supplement regimen, including…

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