Eradicate Cancer-Part 1 My Mother’s Story

by | Mar 15, 2017 | Healthy Body | 0 comments

I lost my mother in 2014. Everyone who knew her, loved her. She was the most unselfish, loving and truly caring person I have known. Her focus was on the needs of people. I saw time and time again where she helped total strangers on an amazingly intimate level. She would go out of her way to help them asking for no reward. I know her heart must have been at least 3 sizes bigger than most. With love, patience, good-will and thoughtfulness, she captured the hearts of a community and was the glue in our family.

Chances are that you know someone with cancer or someone who died at the hand of this awful life-sucking disease. But is the cancer killing people? Many organizations would like us to believe that but could it be the conventional treatments are the real killers? There are millions of people worldwide who are living with cancer or have survived it. In America it is predicted that nearly half of all men and at least one third of all women will develop cancer at some point in their lifetime. Those are frightening statistics. The big “C” word is dreaded mostly due to the fact that it remains shrouded in mystery. We are terrified of it because we don’t know much about it. Why does it continue to be a mystery despite over 500 billion dollars being dumped into cures and research since President Nixon declared the War on Cancer in 1971

“Before the surgery we

prayed for her and the

surgery couldn’t have gone

better and her recovery was a

MIRACLE according the the

physicians and they released

her early.

Martha Hilbert at the age of 18

We found out that she had pancreatic cancer in March of 2013. She had surgery to remove it in June of 2013. I personally don’t think the cancer is what killed her but rather the post-surgery oncologist recommended treatment. She was 72 years old and discovered the disease in a very early stage. Her T cell count or CD4 was at the very low end, registering as borderline-normal according to her oncologist, meaning it was within the normal range for someone without cancer. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services the normal range for an adult is between 500 and 1,200 T cells per cubic millimeter of blood. She chose to have a Whipple procedure (pancreatoduodenectomy). This is a complex operation to remove part of the pancreas, part of the small intestine and the gallbladder. Before the surgery we prayed for her and the surgery couldn’t have gone better and her recovery was a miracle according the the physicians and they released her early. God was with her every step and with her surgeon.
It was at her oncology appointment a week or two after that drastically changed everything. Her doctor recommended not only chemotherapy but also radiation therapy simultaneously. I asked the doctor, “if the surgery was such a success and you claim to be nearly 100 percent confident you have removed it all and her labs are normal then why the follow up treatment?” The response was, “just in case we missed some of it as a precautionary measure.” My mother had faith in her doctors and would not listen to my pleas to refuse the treatment and try an alternative natural remedy. I also asked the oncologist about nutrition and what my mother should be eating for maximum recovery while taking the treatments. He stated she could eat anything that she could keep down. I pressed in and asked, is there a particular food, vitamin or supplement which will keep her immune system working at the optimal level to combat the drugs and again he looked at me with a bewildered look on his face and said, “no, if she can get down a McDonald’s hamburger and french fries then that is what she should eat.” At that point I saw evil in his eyes and felt that his training, whether he knew it or not was based on greed and maybe even the purpose of population control. He had no consideration for my mother’s well-being. She continued her therapy which seemed to make her more and more sick. We gave her some natural remedies but at that point it was too late. Not long after her last treatment she became violently ill and died in June of 2014.

The death of my mother left a bitter taste in my mouth because I truly believe it was preventable. It left me with a burning desire to help others that are going through the same type of anguish. There is a better way. There are so many alternative treatments out there. I pray that the eyes of humanity would be made wide open to the truth. It is extremely critical that people research for themselves and make educated decisions in this age of abounding corruption and greed. Most people that we encounter on our journey to wellness will not have our well-being as their top priority but rather money. It truly is up to us to make a difference and stand up for our own health rights. Life is too precious to leave in the hands of another. Doctors unfortunately are often uneducated or mislead about nutrition and real cures to disease but rather blindly follow the advice of those that regulate health care. I don’t blame the doctors but rather the establishment in place of regulation

Pancreatic cancer is serious because it is usually diagnosed in the late stages and then grows very quickly.

There are numerous natural treatments available and it starts with diet.

Cancer cells cannot thrive in a highly alkaline environment.

It truly is up to us to make a difference and stand up for our own health rights. Life is too precious to leave in the hands of another. Doctors unfortunately are often uneducated or mislead about nutrition and real cures to disease but rather blindly follow the advice of those that regulate health care. I don’t blame the doctors but rather the establishment in place of regulation. I have spent countless hours researching cancer: what it is, what causes it, the best ways to treat it and most importantly how to hopefully just to avoid it to begin with? I will share what I have learned in upcoming articles. There is a great deal of truth out there if you look in all the right places. To get you started on your own journey of knowledge and understanding, I offer you this advise: Please do not rely upon the ACS (American Cancer Society)for answers. Also, your family physician most likely does not have the truth either. I found many credible resources loaded with great educational information and recommendations. One of the sources I have found to be extremely comprehensive is The Truth About Cancer. www.thetruthaboutcancer.com

2 Corinthians 4:16-18 (NKJV)

Seeing the Invisible

Therefore we do not lose heart. Even though our outward man is perishing, yet the inward man is being renewed day by day. For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, is working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory, while we do not look at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen. For the things which are seen are temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal.

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