In 2007, Cheryl was reading a book about a 16-year-old boy battling cancer back in 1949. In the book, she read the name of Dr. Max Gerson, a doctor in New York City who was known for his alternative method to treating cancer.
Cheryl did some further research on Dr. Gerson’s methods and decided that if she ever got cancer, she knew what she would do. Sadly, a year and a half later her doctor found a lesion on her left breast. Cheryl began the Gerson Therapy which included 13 glasses of juice/day, 3 vegetarian meals/day, and 5 coffee enemas/day, and continued this for 6 months. However, she felt so great that she stopped the protocol.
In April of 2015, Cheryl noticed some spotting. She met with a gynecologist and was diagnosed with uterine cancer.
She was then referred to a gynecologic oncologist who explained what conventional treatment would look like: a hysterectomy and chemotherapy. She had recently watched the Truth about Cancer docuseries and decided to seek out an alternative cancer practitioner. She consulted with Dr. Patrick Vickers who advised her to have the tumor removed so her body would have less work to do to heal itself.
She spent 3 weeks at Dr. Vickers clinic doing the Gerson Therapy plus a number of adjuvant protocols such as hyperbaric oxygen, laetrile, IV vitamin C, castor oil enemas, and she had a healing reaction right away. Her recommended prescription: “Flood your body with nutrients and detoxify.”
Watch the video to find out how Cheryl experienced healing and how her bloodwork and all tests are now headed in the right direction.
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