Find out how Pete Richardson beat Stage IV cancer with natural treatments at a cancer center in Mexico. His inspiring story serves as a testament to life-saving therapies that don’t use use harmful chemicals or radiation. “My body wants to heal itself,” he insists. “Feed it properly, and it will do what it is supposed to.”
Diana’s Story We all know that life can change in a heartbeat. It can happen as fast as a car skidding on a patch of ice, a sudden tumble from a ladder, or the delivery of a shocking medical diagnosis. In that very moment, life can seem to stand still. It’s as if we are offered a micro-second of respite before we are forced to respond to the new reality that is staring us in the face. On a day in January 2018, this is exactly what happened to Diana when her normal life was abruptly interrupted by three devastating words: metastatic malignant melanoma. What follows is a story of ineffable love, courage, and grace—three hallmarks of Diana’s character before,…
As a year draws to a close, we want to look back and celebrate all of the brave cancer survivors who have touched our lives this year. For each type of cancer, a different color ribbon and a different reason to fight and win. We look forward to more stories of healing in 2019! See our success stories
Dr. Alvarez was wonderful, he knew all of his patients names, their illnesses and treatments without even looking at a chart to read from. He answered all of our questions every day and explained everything so we could understand. The communication between the nurses and him was great; even though I did not know Spanish very well seeing their smiling faces everyday made me feel welcome.
My birth name means “dream,” and the reason I am able to tell you my story today is a truly dream in itself. A little over 14 weeks ago I began treatment at the Immunity Therapy Center, after I was diagnosed with more than 24 aggressive tumors throughout my body. I shouldn’t be here to tell you my story… but today my tumors are gone. Last September I began experiencing lower abdominal pain. By October the pain was worse. It was so bad enough that I finally went to the ER, and that is when I saw my CT scan lit up like a Christmas tree. The oncologist told me I had severe state-4 B-cell lymphoma.