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The One Way Ticket

I like to think anyone with cancer would give it a one-way trip.  Pack up and take it for a ride, just don’t bring it back when you return. Sounds so easy, doesn’t it? Our way of looking at cancer doesn’t do anything to support my view of the...

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From Cancer sprouts greed and slander

Like many other illnesses or diseases, cancer equals huge profits. From tests and scans, to treatments to hospice, one cancer patient is worth over 2 million or more to the cancer industry and all the people within it. So it is no wonder why oncologists or any other doctor...

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Please don’t poison me

PLEASE DON’T POISON ME —– is this something you would say to your doctor? Of course not. You wouldn’t think or dream that your doctor would poison you. Yet, do you know most drugs have such dangerous side effects, you might just think twice or thrice about taking them....

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Cancer treatment – the fearful decisions

The moment you are diagnosed someone begins to tell you what is best for you. Your doctor is the first, he/she will sit you down to tell you the bad news, but there is good news there are treatments that can treat it. You are overwhelmed from the bad...

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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 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 years...

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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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Killing cancer in days???

Over the past few years, we at Jesicha’s Hope have been faithfully supporting and responding to the needs of people going to the Philippines for treatment of cancer. Our mission from the onset has been as Jesicha decided: to seek the world to find the best true treatments to...

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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 once...

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