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When Susan Ellington went to the emergency room with severe abdominal pain, she had no idea she had cancer. After an examination, she was told that the cancer had metastasized throughout her body. And what made matters worse was her doctors weren’t even sure where it had originated.
It wasn’t until she saw a gynecological oncologist that she learned she had Stage 4 ovarian cancer. They gave her 5 years to live at most… and only if she went through chemotherapy. She was devastated and terrified of chemo. She knew deep down it was poison.
Finding her own creative ways to manage her controlling doctors, Susan got the surgery she wanted but then she went on to find her own solutions. Thanks to her daughter, she learned of a holistic cancer doctor in Florida and went to see him.
With this alternative health doctor and another in Texas, she’s now almost completely cancer free. The natural treatments she received made her many tumors shrink and disappear, leaving just the largest tumor that’s now only little over 2cm. And even though most of Susan’s family fought with her about her alternative cancer treatments, in the end they stuck with her, giving her the love and support that saw her through.
Watch the video above to learn how alternative treatment worked for Susan!
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