The Truth about Cancer Could Have Saved My Loved One’s Life


Last Tuesday we buried my sister-in-law, Connie, who died from Stage 4 melanoma.

What breaks my heart about this, and frankly, also makes me angry, is that it may well have been prevented …

if only she had known and acted on the information you will be able to learn from The Truth about Cancer documentary, which will be aired for free starting tomorrow.

What angers me is that one of Connie’s doctors admitted to her caregiver that the oncologists were basically experimenting on terminal patients like her with their fancy drugs.

This doctor was the one who had to deal with the side effects of the chemotherapy and radiation, to “bring them back” when they were at death’s door from the “treatment.” In Connie’s case, she nearly died after her second treatment with the chemotherapy drug, the only one that Medicare approved. Radiation effectively rendered her unable to walk again.

Yes, the doctor said what he said, apparently in a moment of frustration. Good doctors are often just as frustrated, just as much of a victim of the system, as you and I.

What frustrates me is that, last November when I first watched the series, I learned that frankincense has been known to help people with cancer. I told this to Connie, bought her a bottle. She started to take it.

Then, some “knowledgeable person” from the medical establishment–probably one of her hospice nurses, though Connie would never say–convinced her that the frankincense is “dangerous” because “it’s not regulated by the FDA.”

This is the what we’re up against, folks.

We all need to know the TRUTH about cancer … and it won’t come from the medical establishment.

Please, I beg you, for your sake and the sake of loved ones, watch The Truth about Cancer videos that will begin airing on April 12, 2016.

Go here to see the trailer and get access to this FREE series, which starts on April 12 at 9pm Eastern Daylight Time.

Send the link to this post to anyone who might be interested.

Do it for yourself. Do it for a loved one. Do it for me.

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