The Birth and Death of Cancer

The journey we have with cancer can be a long one. The pathway to wellness means you need to kill it and over come the causes as well the pathogens that lived there.  Understanding how it began and how it should end is the first step in knowing it...

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A World Without Cancer

There are designated days for just about everything.  And February 4th it World Cancer Day.  A day to stand up and declare, we need to give more money for more research so more cancer treatments can be found. And someday there will be a cure — but wait we...

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A Better Mouse Trap

The problem with so many treatments found in clinics across Europe and Mexico are that they have no research departments, getting their treatments used by others meaning they need not put in any research money – just open their doors and use treatments out there already. They charge huge...

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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 Anatomy of a Dead Tumor

  Jesicha’s Hope brings informative knowledge to individuals so decisions are well made. If you need more help or information contact info@jesichashope.org or visit us at www.jesichashope.org  We are on facebook at www.facebook.com/jesichashope  a group for discussion: www.facebook.com/groups/alternativecancertreatments 

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Stage IV Out The Door

A diagnosis of cancer, then what?  You will be staged. From test results the doctor will stage you; I , II , III or IV .  Once you are staged no matter if you go into remission or not the doctor will refer to you as in whatever...

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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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