Carrie was riding high. It was a wonderful time in her life.
Her career was deeply rewarding. She was fighting the forces of darkness in law enforcement. And she was on her way to achieving her dream of becoming a minister with a fully-paid scholarship.
So she didn’t know what hit her when she was rushed to the emergency room in severe pain. Her doctor thought it was her appendix. But a CT scan revealed a tumor in her ovary the size of a golf ball. She had Stage 2 ovarian cancer.
While Carrie struggled to understand why this was happening to her, she followed her doctor’s recommendation for an immediate full hysterectomy. And then got the news she’d have to go through six rounds of chemo… or the cancer would come right back.
The chemo was devastating. All of her hair fell out in one night. Her neuropathy was so bad, she couldn’t walk as far as the bathroom. And she ended up in the emergency room twice, with the second visit being a close call with death – her throat closing from the drugs they’d given her.
When she left the hospital after the second time, they patted her on the back and cheerfully said, “Two more rounds of chemo to go!”
Carrie’d had it. She couldn’t stop crying. She prayed to God, “Take me home… or heal me.”
Then she turned on her computer. And an answer to her prayer was there. She found The Truth About Cancer.
She cancelled the rest of her chemo sessions. Overhauled her lifestyle using all the methods she’d learned about on TTAC and felt hope again. Carrie has been cancer free for 4 years… and she’s thankful for every day.
Watch the video above to hear Carrie’s inspiring story!
In this next video, Carrie tells us more about her healing experience and some of the lifestyle changes she’s implemented.
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