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When Eric Vincelette got a call one day from his doctor, he wasn’t prepared for what he was about to hear.
He’d been having back pain and thought it was something like an injury, so he went to have it checked out. But it was a tumor. And it had eaten away on the vertebrae in his spine, collapsing it.
Diagnosed with Stage 3 multiple myeloma, Eric went on an information-gathering quest. He was amazed to find a whole world of treatments outside of mainstream medical chemotherapy and radiation. One of his greatest resources was The Truth About Cancer. “I fell asleep every night listening to The Truth About Cancer (Global Quest),” Eric said.
With his wife’s rock-solid support, he went on his own healing journey, using a combination of inpatient treatment in Mexico, juicing, and more. Most of all, he made sure that fear never made decisions for him. It was that empowerment, positive attitude, and potent natural treatments that worked together to heal him.
Today his deadly cancer has been downgraded to a “smoldering” Stage 1. To find out all the details about his family’s reaction to his alternative health path, his advice to those recently diagnosed with cancer, and more about his treatment plan, click the link below.
Watch the video above to hear Eric Vincelette’s inspiring story.
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