Tom and Peggy’s journey began when both of them were diagnosed with cancer in 2013. Tom was diagnosed with stage 4 squamous cell cancer of the head and neck and 7 days prior, Peggy was diagnosed with stage 1 nonmetastatic breast cancer. Both maintained good physical health and a nutritious diet, so it really hit home for them both. Peggy described feeling like “the world had stopped” when she found out that Tom had cancer as her mother had died just 2 years prior of squamous cell cancer.
Before going into traditional treatment, Tom did some prophylactic antineoplaston treatment through Dr. Burzynski. And after visiting an oncologist, they decided against full protocol because it meant taking Cisplatin which they believed would have left Tom profoundly deaf, thus ending his career.
They opted for an alternative drug called Erbitux instead after a number of interviews and heavy research on the drug. They knew Erbitux would likely cause a skin reaction that looked like acne but within 2 weeks of taking the drug, it had burned many parts of Tom’s upper torso, neck, and head. Peggy described it as looking “like he had been dipped in sulfuric acid.” Tom went into anaphylactic shock from the swelling, and the ER doctor couldn’t believe what he was seeing.
After refusing to continue Tom’s infusion treatment, they felt that Western medicine had washed its hands of them saying they could no longer help if Tom & Peggy refused the protocol. They did continue with the radiation however, and Tom lost 42 pounds and had burns all over his neck. And for his side effects? He was prescribed more drugs and sent to nutritionists who recommended multiple sugary foods… even if these foods fed the cancer.
Watch the video above to find out how Tom & Peggy discovered the Truth About Cancer in their search for not just killing the cancer, but truly recovering and maintaining wellness. You will also learn how Tom & Peggy now view informed consent, and how Tom learned how to talk again, regain his physical strength, and much more.
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