The doctor’s words were abrupt and matter of fact. “You’ve got cancer.”
Lonnell listened to this diagnosis in disbelief. It was 2000… and he had prostate cancer. They wanted to know when to schedule his surgery.
Lonnell made them stop. He said, “I need time to process this.”
So he looked at his options. Surgery. Chemotherapy. Radiation. And chose none of the above.
Instead he adopted his own version of watchful waiting. And he called it “Watch, fight, and pray.”
Lonnell watched what he ate, thought, and said. He fought the battle against fear. And he prayed and read the scriptures.
In his search for answers, he found The Truth About Cancer. TTAC was like a lighthouse in a stormy sea to Lonnell. Educating him on all the different approaches to treating and beating cancer. And inspiring him with stories of people who fought cancer on their own terms and won.
Lonnell’s healing approach is holistic. Changing his diet, taking supplements, exploring the strength of his heart and soul – and refusing to see his cancer diagnosis as a death sentence.
Today, Lonnell’s cancer has not metastasized. Instead, it remains contained. And Lonnell continues his healthy lifestyle with an attitude of gratitude.
Watch the video above to watch Lonnell’s inspiring story.
For even more details on how TTAC has impacted Lonnell’s cancer journey, check out the video below.
Next, Lonnell shares his approach to cancer… and the holistic choices that have worked for him.
Lonnell returns to share his words of wisdom with us not to deny the diagnosis, but to defy the verdict. Watch the video here:
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