Resource for those newly diagnosed

It’s been too many people that I’m talking to these past few weeks that have family or friends newly diagnosed with some form of cancer. You guys, this is a serious epidemic. I have a few resources for you to try and please keep me updated on the progress. Remember it’s going to take a very strong will to live that they do have inside them to get through this. You need to believe, everyone around them needs to believe it.

Please use this free paper as the initial Cancer Plan of Attack.

Please use this article for those that are starting chemo.

Please like our new organization on Facebook the Aloha Cancer Project to keep up with resources and ways we can help you.

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Most of all please remember that the spirit that lives inside of them is stronger than this illness. They can take back control if they focus.

Lastly, if there seems to be no hope, please look in to this treatment center that I just got back from – miracle workers is putting it mildly. They treat any type of illness. You can read the testimonials and allllll of the resources they post on the website too, trust me it’s an amazing self-realization and huge healing miracle sort of place.

I just celebrated my 40th birthday on the winter solstice. One that I never thought I would see, but one that was very special with epic energy and loving friends and family. I’ll be taking my first real vacation in a very long time over New Year’s Eve to spend in Brisbane with my hanai brother and his family before my first (and probably only) surgery in January. I’ll be removing my ovaries since my breast cancer was a hormone positive/her2 negative. This will greatly reduce the risk of it coming back, but my doctors say that my continued weekly high dose vitamin C back to back with hyperbaric oxygen (about $250/week not covered by insurance) is creating an environment inside my body that cancer does not like to live in – so with that being said I think this ovary thing is the ONLY surgery I will do. No radiation! No bi-lateral mastectomy! I’ll show you all that it can be done!

LASTLY: Please consider a donation to our documentary – we WILL make this film whether it gets funded or not, but with your help we can share this with everyone that may need it. THIS WILL BE THE FILM THAT SAVES LIVES! Here is the donation website to contribute:

All my love for an abundant holiday season, cw

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