Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2017. It has been updated and republished in October 2018.
This week’s cancer survivor story comes from Randy Ford, a pastor who was diagnosed with prostate cancer after a routine visit to his doctor.
His doctor advised 9 weeks of radiation treatments, 5 days per week. The night before he was due to set up his treatments, a friend from across the country introduced him to The Truth About Cancer. Randy went to his appointment the next day and asked the radiologist if he would do the same treatment he was asking Randy to do. His answer shocked Randy and was his sign that he should try a more natural way of healing.
Editor’s Note: We were grateful to connect with Randy again in September 2018. Below is his update!
“I am doing amazingly wonderful! So thankful to God for directing me to TTAC and Ty Bollinger. I am so glad, for me, that I did not go down the road of traditional medicine. I feel better, feel stronger, have more energy, exercise regularly, pray and meditate many times a day, and have no symptoms of any prostate problems. After 60 years of living the great American diet I have learned there is a better way to eat.”
A few of Randy’s lifestyle changes:
– Eliminate sugar and white flour
– Get more sleep to reduce stress
– Take baths
– Drink lots of water and tea
Click on the video above to discover more about Randy’s journey and how his body has healed from prostate cancer without the use of chemotherapy or radiation.
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