Happy 2017. I am still alive!
To all of you who are struggling in your journeys with cancer, I want to share this interview of a friend of mine, Natasha Laing.
Natasha had Stage 4 breast cancer with mets to the lungs and bones which deteriorated until she was placed in a hospice.
You would think this would be the end, but Natasha is probably the only person I know who got out of a hospice. Her cancer is now in remission.
I don’t normally post videos of this nature as it opens me to accusations of offering false hopes (usually from people who don’t have cancer) and in many cases, these are unverifiable examples of spontaneous remission. There will also be people who will accuse me of encouraging people not to follow allopathic treatments. For these people I would like to point out that even people who follow allopathic treatments die.
I offer this video because I know Natasha and her story is real and accurate. She had some treatment for her cancer, but it was minimal. Regardless of what treatment she had (and I know some cynics are already saying that maybe it was the treatment that worked by stimulating her immune system), she walked out of a hospice and a death sentence!
It doesn’t matter what treatment you have for breast cancer, if it works, it works and let’s celebrate this miracle.
May your 2017 be filled with similar miracles and may you have complete success in any treatments you pursue, and experience NED (no evidence of disease)!!!