Marietta felt sick. So she went to see her doctor.
He diagnosed her with a virus, wrote her a prescription, and sent her home. But Marietta knew in her heart it wasn’t a virus.
So she went back and demanded a colonoscopy. Even though her doctor disagreed, he gave in to Marietta’s demands. She had the screening done.
Sitting bleary-eyed in the waiting area afterwards, Marietta found out from her doctor she was right all along. It wasn’t a virus. It was colon cancer.
Hearing those words plunged Marietta into a world of fear. Her first thought was of her three small children at home – what would happen to them?
Marietta was so overwhelmed that when her doctors rushed her along into surgery as if there wasn’t another choice or time for her to think about it, she didn’t resist. Plus her surgeon promised, “This is going to be quick and easy. You’ll be out on the tennis courts in three to four weeks, tops.”
But that’s the exact opposite of what happened. In 72 hours after surgery, she was on her deathbed. Watch the video to find out more about the devastating complications and what she endured for the next 5 years.
A go-getter, Marietta refused to give up. She researched and changed her diet. Worked on her mental, emotional and spiritual life. And found TTAC. TTAC empowered her to know the whole truth about cancer and today’s traditional treatments. She learned she always had the choice. And she chose not to allow the doctor-recommended chemotherapy and radiation.
Click on the video above to hear Marietta’s story and how she has “cancer-proofed” her life.
Next, check out this video to find out how Marietta’s cancer experience changed her life in a positive way.
Watch this video to discover what other routines she puts into daily practice for healing and maintaining health.
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