Keeping her body
in balance, no fear.
"At age 35, on New Years
Eve 2003 I found a lump in my left breast that turned
out to be breast cancer. My life was about to change
drastically. I had two lumpectomies to remove the
cancer and a sentinel lymph node biopsy that showed
lymph node involvement. The cancer was diagnosed stage
I underwent 4 months of dose dense chemo. This is
chemo every two weeks. My first cocktail of chemo was
Adriamycin and Cytoxan. My second round of chemo was
Taxotere. These drugs were very hard for me to
tolerate. I suffered from the usual chemo side effects
that included nausea, body aches, shortness of breath,
low energy, complete hair loss, extreme swelling and
many other unfavorable side effects.
I did manage to maintain a positive outlook through
out my treatments. On July 7, 2004 I had a bilateral
mastectomy and reconstruction. I wanted to prevent any
chance of a breast cancer re-occurrence.
My life was almost back to normal
in January of 2005. I had finished all of my
reconstructive surgeries. I was like most
Americans doing too much too quickly and was right
back in my hectic routine. I changed jobs in June
and the training was intense. I started in my new
sales territory August I, 2005. Life was good.
I was asked to participate in an
interview for breast cancer awareness month for a
local hospital giving complimentary mammograms to
200 patients. On Halloween 2005, the last day of
breast cancer awareness month I performed a self
breast exam and found a suspicious lump. I had
surgery to remove the lump that turned out to be
breast cancer again, at 37.
I met with my oncologist who
scared me senseless with his talk of how grave and
serious the re-occurrence was being only 17 months
out from my last chemo treatment. My mother and I
left the hospital in tears and I told her I would
never see that doctor again because he did not
think I would beat this.
My cancer was totally different
than my first cancer and this diagnosis was stage
4. I had a PET/CT scan that showed lymph node
involvement with malignancy behind my left
clavicle bone, left of my trachea, two para-aortic
nodes, and a large focal area on my liver between
the left and right lobes. I was in serious
After many prayers as to why this
happened to me again ... a dear friend of mine
called me on the phone and told me about a wellness
consultant, Mary Miltenberger in Cumberland,
Maryland. She specializes in patients the doctors
have given up on.
Mary introduced to me the concept of body, mind
and spirit healing. I started taking supplements
to get my immune system back on track. I
changed my lifestyle
eating habits to all organic foods, no dairy,
no refined sugar or red meat. I used
Frankincense, a therapeutic grade essential
oil over all the areas where the cancer was
seen on the scans.
I used far infrared thermal
therapy for an hour, and did passive aerobic
exercise for 5 minutes twice a day for 8 straight
days. I started to feel better and better as each
day passed. Everyone commented on how good I was
looking. I would reply "I feel terrific." Mary encouraged me to use far
infrared thermal therapy as much as possible,
knowing I had another scan coming up."
Stacey - Intergrative
"I had a repeat CT scan with and
without contrast to have a liver biopsy done a
month later. Well, we could not find the lesion in
my liver it was so ill defined. The lymph nodes
were all back to normal size and no new lesions
seen within the liver, spleen, pancreas, adrenal
glands or kidneys.
I am continuing my far infrared dome
heat therapy and aerobic exercise machine. I have
more energy than ever and I feel fantastic. Oh by the way, the swelling I
(still) had from the chemo is completely gone, and
I've lost 25 pounds. I have stopped fearing the
return of cancer ... I have gotten the fear out of
Sprenkle, April 2006, USA.
Cáncer de mama.
gracias al Señor y a mis amigas Lolys y Conchita
que me dieron a conocer estos maravillosos
aparatos, hace dos años me diagnosticaron cáncer
de mama, después de 6 quimioterapias y 25
radiaciones continuaron los chequeos de rutina.
3 meses que uso los aparatos diariamente, far
infrared de 2 a 3 horas y exercise de 5 a 15
minutos, la electrotherap 1 hora. Los
últimos análisis salieron excelentes, el
oncólogo dijo: Señora hace 4 meses sus exámenes
eran dudosos, ahora todo está muy bien.
recomiendo como preventivos y para los enfermos
que van a dejar de sufrir, de inmediato se
sienten resultados. Son rejuvenecedores,
regeneran células. Si desean ser productivos y
activos durante toda su vida le invito a usar
estos aparatos, cambiarán sus vidas."
BARBOZA, MONTERREY, NUEVO LEON, MEXICO.
"I have owned and operated a very
successful therapeutic massage therapy business since
1996. I have a young client who had intestinal cancer
as an external growth, diagnosed in May 2004. Being an
external growth with just a skin covering, it was easy
too see the extreme large size of it, like a big
borrowed our far infrared dome unit last fall,
September 2004, and used it for two full weekends -
6 days and nights in total. She used it for all of
each day, only stopping to eat and go to the
those two weekends she reported her tumor was shrunk
from the size of a grapefruit to the size of a golf
ball. Also, while using the thermal therapy she said
her pain was less than 1/2 and most of her body and
leg swelling disappeared too.
it was finally operated on, in January 2005, the
doctor said it resembled a shriveled, dried up
Natural Treatments, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.
A love story.
"In January of 2006, Eileen used far
infrared thermal therapy for the first time to
maintain healthy lung function. Joan (her neighbor),
went over to her place and lent her the unit and
rubbed her chest and back with some essential oils.
Eileen slept under the unit and also used it in the
daytime as well for about 3 days. Eileen was so
impressed with the benefits that she and her husband,
Vic, purchased heir own. They also both started doing
aerobic exercise twice a day.
About the middle of February 2006,
Vic was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer and
was told by doctors that he and Eileen would have
possible another year together. He continued to
passive aerobic exercise twice a day, slept under
the far infrared unit and also spent as much time
as possible during the day under it. Eileen set
her alarm for every hour during the night so she
could get up and reset the units for Vic who was
sleeping under them.
"The doctors had told Vic that he
would have a colostomy after surgery. On March 7,
2006, Vic has his surgery and eighteen inches of
his colon was removed, however, he did not have to
have the colostomy.
The surgeon then informed Vic that
they did not get all the cancer and that he would
have to have another surgery. He was given some
medication in pill form but did not have to have
chemotherapy. After 8 days in the hospital, Vic
returned home and started using the far infrared
unit again frequently. Then 2 months after the
surgery, Vic started back up the aerobic exercise
In June, Vic went back to his
oncologist who told him his blood tests were good.
He then inquired what Vic had been doing, so he told
the doctor about the units and the doctor asked for
Vic and Eileen went back to see the
doctor in July 2006 and gave the doctor the data he
had requested. At that time the doctor informed them
that Vic was healthy and would not need further
- Joan Lefaivre, friend and
In May 2006, Jean Wiliams
of Winnipeg, Manitoba, was told that she had advanced
cancer. In November 2006, Jean is healthy and this is
"Back in May, following 4 days of
lower abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and
bloating. Jean had to undergo an active
investigation in an acute care hospital. A CT Scan revealed a large pelvic
mass, which was thought to be an ovarian cancer
and multiple pulmonary nodules were present
bilateral. This is most consistent with
metastasis. There was also a defect in her left
kidney. This information was taken directly from
reports from the hospital and cancer care.
Jean was sent home with a long
acting analgesic and with Percocet 10mgs for
breakthrough pain. The wait for cancer care and
the treatment plan began. After waiting for one
month, we decided we could not wait any longer and
do nothing, so the alternative therapies were to
Up to this time, Jean gave up her
job as a school bus driver since bouncing about
and sitting caused her pain, and a short walk
resulted in a feeling of lower abdominal pressure
and pain. As well, she had trouble sleeping and
needed pain medication.
Jean was put to bed in my home and
two far infrared units were placed over her chest
and abdomen for 24hrs. Her blood pressure, pulse and
respiration's were monitored by me and were stable.
She got up only to go to the bathroom. Jean had her
meals in bed and drank lots of fluid. Just 5 days
after this period there was no more pain.
While lying under the units, my good friend Karen
and i talked to Jean about a herbal regime and Dr.
Johanna Budwig's anti-cancer diet. The purpose was
to change her intestinal environment to make her
body hostile to invaders. Jean is a naturally
positive person with a fine sense of humor and so
also introducing positive thinking and
visualization was easy for her. We made a phone
call to Calgary and Jean spoke to another cancer
survivor. Our alternative plan was put into place.
5 days layer, Jean started on her
herbal plan and the anti-cancer diet. This was
followed very diligently for 30 days and modified at
Jean's request. Jean continued on using the far
infrared thermal therapy for 1 hour each morning and
1 hour in bed at night. Aerobic exercise was done
twice daily to increase her oxygen levels and other
Lodge for detoxification:
Also, our other sister Barbara, practices
Traditional Native Medicine and so we arranged for
the three of us to attend at Sundance and another
time for a Native Sweat Lodge.
Jean had wonderful support from
her friends and if her husband was out of town i
was able to stay overnight. I was always beside
her when she was using the far infrared. We talked
into the night. We all kept our positiveness even
though there was such an emotional roller coaster
felt by her family, friends and siblings.
Eventually, Cancer Care did a
needle biopsy of her lungs with no result and in
search for a primary site for ovarian cancer, Jean
was scheduled for major abdominal surgery on
September 28th, 2006. In the meantime, we saw Jean
getting better and better with more endurance and
energy. She went back to driving her car and
returning to doing fun things like visiting her
Jean had her surgery on September
28th, with no cancer detected. Before her discharge
she had a CT Scan. Jean's oncologist called her on
November 17th, 2006 to say her pathology report and
her CT Scan was negative."
submitted by sister Verna Nicolls, retired
November 2010 Diane Bussiers husband was diagnosed
with bladder cancer. Surgery removed a malignant
tumor but doctors then wanted to remove his
bladder, prostate and lymph nodes completely,
along with chemo and radiation. The cancer
specialist said without these traditional
protocols, he would be dead in 6 months.
Diane and her husband decided to utilize
alternative, natural therapy. They used far
infrared thermal therapy for 5 hrs a day coupled
with aerobic exercise and a homeopathic program
for one year. Mr. Bussier's doctors confirmed he
was healthy and well.
- Diane Bussiere and her husband reside in
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