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I beat my breast cancer through diet

MagazineJanuary 2000 (Vol. 10 Issue 10)I beat my breast cancer through diet

I was shattered when I was told I had cancer

I was shattered when I was told I had cancer. The doctor said I had to have a radical mastectomy on the right breast and a partial mastectomy on the left breast, followed possibly by chemotherapy or radiotherapy, or both, and removal of lymph nodes if deemed necessary.

It was obvious from the Internet that people in America treat many different types of cancer with a non-carcinogenic, organic diet and vitamins and minerals, plus other natural plant extracts.
I then decided to seek another opinion from Dr Jean Monro, who runs her own Allergy & Environmental Medicine Hospital in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire (01442 261 333), as I had known her for many years, and felt I could rely on her implicitly. She confirmed that I had Paget's disease of the nipple, which could produce multiple tumours overnight, and which could spread rapidly. Together, we designed a programme of treatment, including vitamins A, C, E, all the Bs, magnesium, betaine, folic acid, linseed oil capsules and other items, some of which were taken intravenously.

I attended the hospital each day as an outpatient. I started my treatment programme in mid-November 1998 and, within a fortnight, I felt 20 years younger. On 1 February 1999, my blood test results were normal; the cancer had regressed and was not now apparent. My intravenous injections were gradually reduced one by one, and I have now ceased my hospital treatment.

My oral supplements, which I take at home, include vitamins and minerals, plus other supplements and natural plant extracts. I also take Jason Winter's tea, and Essiac.

I now anticipate being alive to see my grandchildren grow up and would advise anyone in a similar position to seek a second or even a third opinion, until they are satisfied that the information they are given is correct.

I was convinced that there had to be an alternative to surgery and chemotherapy. I hope this gives people hope, and the chance to say 'If she can do it, why can't I?' Take control of your life, and help your body to heal itself. - HE, West Ashling, West Sussex


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