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Pancreatic cancer survives cannabis

Pancreatic cancer under conventional treatments has a poor prognosis. Reality is we cannot survive it so when I recently posted how you could kill cancer in 4 days we got people that flooded in to us but we also go people to claim they too could kill cancer and...

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And What Path Shall I Take

I got a call from a past patient of the Philippine Protocol, she has been cancer free now for a number of years and just enjoying life, so I was a bit concerned when she sounded upset. She had recently had some serious abdominal pain that seemed to come...

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Empathy Lost And Found

Why do we hear the words – caring and compassionate as a feature? If caring and compassion were natural inherent qualities in humans we would not need to remind or better yet impress others with the words. We tell others we have the qualities of breathing or walking or...

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A boy’s dream to beat osteosarcoma

He had forgotten what it was like to play sports at high school or go to a dance, even the thought of a walking down the hallways of his school like all his friends was taken away from him. The stealer of his teenage years was osteosarcoma. For two...

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Smug doesn’t get you points

I received a letter from a mom that was desperate to help her daughter. Having gone through this desperate journey myself I knew all too well the panic in her words. Her daughter had found Jesicha’s Hope many months ago and had her mother contact us. The initial questionnaire...

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Stage V – The Final Journey: Reversing cancer

  Modern medical practices stage cancer, yet staging will give patients false hope, allowing them to believe it is only growing in one area. The TNM Stage System used by doctors throughout the world determines if cancer is present in a tumor, lymph nodes and distant areas . Understanding...

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THE PANDORA EFFECT

Cancer can be killed off by a number of methods. The most well known throughout the world is Chemotherapy. While it does kill cancer cells by means of poisoning cells in a rapid replication mode, it is non-discriminatory, meaning healthy cells like liver cells for example that replicate quickly...

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The Wave of Grief

  THE WAVE OF GRIEF Am I relieved or shocked; neither. I expected it; there was no time for the normal sequence of grief to occur. Events, rolling in, like waves, rolling in and crashing, one upon another; rising up for a deep breath only to have another rollover...

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THEY IMAGINED THE UNIMAGINABLE

THEY IMAGINED THE UNIMAGINABLE Where has all the knowledge gone? When we ever learn? Someday soon they say but it never ends; fear and greed keeps on going on and on. Will the people ever open their eyes and see the truth or always will they be enslaved through...

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