Self-proclaimed “health nut” Lori Ball was shocked when she received a diagnosis of ovarian cancer in December 2015. Her doctor wanted to operate almost immediately, but Lori and her husband Dave were hesitant to rush into surgery that quickly.
Ultimately Lori did have surgery to have a softball-sized tumor removed from her ovary. While her doctor said the operation was a great success, he also pressed Lori to have chemotherapy for “insurance” purposes – a treatment recommendation that Lori did go along with.
In addition to the chemo she also pursued “alternative” modalities such as PEMF, along with making strict changes to her diet. Lori also worked at staying positive positive throughout her healing journey. Two years later, Lori continues to be monitored every few months and her blood markers are excellent.
Watch the video above to hear more about Lori’s and Dave’s cancer experience, including their recommendations for anyone newly diagnosed with cancer.
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