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Gerald Mitchell was diagnosed with Stage 4 astrocytoma (brain cancer) in May 2014, and was given 12-18 months to “get his affairs in order” after having the tumor removed. Surprised at the finality of this statement, he knew he had to do something.
Twenty years prior, his wife Angela had been diagnosed with melanoma and had experienced healing through a holistic program. Gerald & Angela began researching alternative methods even though the doctors told him there were no alternatives other than chemotherapy and radiation. The hospital staff were even upset with Gerald when he rejected their options.
After a 9-month body cleanse including a vegetarian diet and little to no sugar, he lost 50 pounds and felt the best he’d ever felt. He was even out golfing and playing hockey regularly! They found naturopaths to do vitamin C infusions and guide them on other holistic protocols including taking a number of supplements. Gerald continues with the protocol to this day and says “things are working out so far!”
Gerald and Angela both strongly recommend that you “go with your gut” when it comes to determining the right solution for you. They committed to doing the research and seeking out alternatives they felt good about. Listen to their story above for more on both of their cancer journeys and the outcome of their decision to choose a natural option.
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