Condition is stable or shrinking
I tried conventional medical treatment, but it did not heal my condition, so then I used only non-conventional treatments, at which point I healed.
Biopsy or Pathology Report, Imaging (CT, PET, MRI, Mammogram, X-ray, etc), Blood Testing
Diet Change, Herbs & Supplements, Increasing Positive Emotions, Releasing Suppressed Emotions, Following Your Intuition, Deepening Your Spiritual Connection, Increasing Social Support, Finding Strong Reasons for Living, Taking Control of Your Health
Colonics, Energy Healing (e.g., acupuncture, reiki, kinesiology, etc), Exercise, I.V. infusions (please specify in your healing story), Massage, Psychotherapy, Sleep (getting more of it)
Diagnosis: Cervical Cancer Stage 1b
Treatment: Radical Hysterectomy
Result: complete remission. Full 5-year prognosis.
Diagnosis: Recurrent Cervical Cancer. Metastasized in peritoneum. Too many tumors to operate. Surrounded every organ.
Treatment: Chemotherapy: Cisplatin, Toxal, Avastin every 3 weeks. 9 treatments.
Result: slowed tumor growth. had to stop for fear of allergic reaction to Cisplatin. Last treatment Sept 2016.
Radical Remission was key in my healing story. My cancer has a 20% survival rate (according to Google) and I was determined to do everything in control to be part of that group. I didn't know if I was meant to live, but I know I had to do everything in my power to try. I attacked the 9 steps of Radical Remission like a to-do list.
Chapter 1 - Radically Changing Your Diet.
I hired a nutritionist who increased plant-based foods and eliminated sugar & gluten, but I got worse.
I hired a second nutritionist who put me on a vegan diet, but I got worse.
I finally worked with Optimal Terrain (Nasha Winters) and Remission Nutrition who put me on a ketogenic diet to stop feeding the cancer and heal what we identified as my leaky gut. I continue on a paleo/keto type diet today (sugar-free, gluten-free, alcohol-free, soy-free, lecithin-free, dairy-free).
Chapter 2 - Taking Control of Your Health
I had very frank conversations with my oncologist and questioned every treatment recommendation. I become a partner with him.
I read every cancer and healing book and DVD I was drawn to.
I took opiod painkillers because I couldn't heal with the severe pain, but worked diligently to reduce as fast as I could. I'm drug-free today.
I started working from home to use the needed energy for healing rather than commuting.
I tried some non-conventional methods: CBD Oil, Essential Oils topically (frankincense, mirth), Infrared Sauna to detox, Coffee enemas to detox, Salt Cave
Chapter 3 - Following Your Intuition
I followed non-traditional treatments that I was drawn to: Acupuncture, Exercise and personal trainers, Geomancy shaman to adjust the energy of my home
Chapter 4 - Using Herbs & Supplements
At one point I was taking over 50 pills a day (unequicably the hardest thing for me).
I'm reduced to a handful now. Highlights: curcumin; selenium; vitamins D, K, B6, B12, A; berbadin, NAC, fish oil
Chapter 5 - Releasing Suppressed Emotions
This was essential to my recovery. I got a fantastic therapist.
I started writing and journaling. I found Caringbridge.org a great resource to express emotions through treatment.
Chapter 6 - Increasing Positive Emotions
I started watching funny YouTube videos curated by my son (10 y.o.) minimum 10 minutes laugh a day
Disney movies became a staple
Listen to 528 Hz music for healing frequency
Chapter 7 - Embracing Social Support
Embrace fundraisers on my behalf: GoFundMe started by work, my son's school
Embrace meal train from moms from my son's school
Chapter 8 - Deepening Your Spiritual Connection
I jumped into this two feet first. It was the newest to me and what I found most fulfilling.
Chakra readings, Crystals, Explore working with angels, Getting confirmed at my Episcopal Church, Goddess ceremonies, Have my Akaski record read, John of God Retreat (Omega Institute), Kripalu R&R, Meditation and get trained in Transcendental Meditation, New & full moon ceremonies, Reiki, Visiting mediums, Work with an astrologer
Chapter 9 - Having Strong Reasons for Living
This was the easiest, I wanted to see my then 8 year old son graduate high school & college, get married and become a grandmother.
I rededicated my life to helping cancer patients find hope and stressed-out, workaholic parents take steps to not end up sick like me
There is no one reason I got cancer. It was a collection of environmental, emotional and medical factors.
Environmental: I was raised on an Air Force base by a mechanic father next to a limestone quarry. I used nonstick appliances, microwaves, toxic cleaning chemicals.
Emotional: I repressed emotions by never properly dealing with a sexual assault or the death of my parents.
Medical: I have HPV and a bad GI system
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