Rey Ornillo
Rey Ornillo

I have a good news for everybody! There is a cure for Cancer as early as 1929. Dr. John Davidson used this to treat his TERMINALLY ILL CANCER PATIENTS and they were back to PERFECT HEALTH. Check his story at www.mylifepharm.com/superfood8 or check it on youtube. Be Alive!

Shirley Whisenhunt
Shirley Whisenhunt

Hello, my name is Shirley and I am a breast cancer SURVIVOR. In June of 2012 I had a biopsy taken because of something they found during my routine mammogram and it was cancer. I had a lumpectomy 8/8/12 and an reexism 10/23/12. All I can say is encourage all women to get regular mammograms and keep checking yourself. The early detection and action made my cancer much easier to get rid of because it was in very early stages. During all of this I have kept a positive attitude and never gave...

Hello, my name is Shirley and I am a breast cancer SURVIVOR. In June of 2012 I had a biopsy taken because of something they found during my routine mammogram and it was cancer. I had a lumpectomy 8/8/12 and an reexism 10/23/12. All I can say is encourage all women to get regular mammograms and keep checking yourself. The early detection and action made my cancer much easier to get rid of because it was in very early stages. During all of this I have kept a positive attitude and never gave up, keep on fighting! Now I am cancer free but will keep a close eye on myself with the help of my wonderful doctors. I have not had any problems and no chemo or radiation. Again early detection!!!

Betty Montgomery
Betty Montgomery

Hi my name is Betty. This is my amazing story. In July 2009 i was told i had Breast Cancer little did i know how my life was going to change. I was taking my daughter on a cruise for her Graduation trip when i was told that dreadful word. With the help of amazing Family and Friends they help me stay strong and overcome this battle. Ialso had and amazing Mentor who had been through it recently and help pave the way an road ahead and Amazing Doctors and Amazing nurses at Vanderbilt who were...

Hi my name is Betty. This is my amazing story. In July 2009 i was told i had Breast Cancer little did i know how my life was going to change. I was taking my daughter on a cruise for her Graduation trip when i was told that dreadful word. With the help of amazing Family and Friends they help me stay strong and overcome this battle. Ialso had and amazing Mentor who had been through it recently and help pave the way an road ahead and Amazing Doctors and Amazing nurses at Vanderbilt who were loving and very caring.I had my right breast took off and do not regret it to this day. Yearly checkups are very important.

Patricia Ratcliff
Patricia Ratcliff

Hi, my name is Pat This is my amazing story. In Feb. 2008 I was told I was losing my job, so I needed to get my yearly checkup before I lost my ins. I was told I was in early stages of breast cancer. I was in stage 2A. The last day of Feb.( my last day of work) my supervisor came to me and told me there was a change in the layoff and I was going to keep my job. That's when I knew that God was looking out for me. He knew I needed to get to the doctor soon so He put me in a...

Hi, my name is Pat This is my amazing story. In Feb. 2008 I was told I was losing my job, so I needed to get my yearly checkup before I lost my ins. I was told I was in early stages of breast cancer. I was in stage 2A. The last day of Feb.( my last day of work) my supervisor came to me and told me there was a change in the layoff and I was going to keep my job. That's when I knew that God was looking out for me. He knew I needed to get to the doctor soon so He put me in a position I would have go earlier than my normal time. I was never going to lose my job. God knew this. on the day I was going to find out about my chemo. treatments I sat in the parking lot of the docs. office and all I said was "Lord let this be good" When I get into his office the doc comes in and says 'I have good news for you, you don 't have to have chemo." "Hallelujah" I've been cancer free for 5 yrs. I still am at my same job. I thank you Lord for seeing me through this.

Tami Beard
Tami Beard

My name is Tami Beard and I was diagnosed w/ breast cancer in April 2012. I had a lumpectomy, reexism, then still had to get a double masectomy. I just had my reconstructive surgery Jan. 9 2013. It has been a long road, very rough year. But thanks to God, my family and my friends we have managed. If all goes well next week with my cancer dr. I get to go 6 months before I have to see him again. Don't give up. God is there every step of the way. I had a wonderful support team, you will too.

Karen Slessor
Karen Slessor

I was diagnosed with breast cancer Feb 2011, all of that year was tough not just for me but for my family and friends too. But thanks to them I got through it and I am one of the lucky ones to of not have the cancer spread even though I had the most agressive kind my brilliant surgeon managed to get it all, I wish to thank all who helped me through what was a nightmare of a year. I still get looked after by the hospital which is a big help knowing someone is there for you still.
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I was diagnosed with breast cancer Feb 2011, all of that year was tough not just for me but for my family and friends too. But thanks to them I got through it and I am one of the lucky ones to of not have the cancer spread even though I had the most agressive kind my brilliant surgeon managed to get it all, I wish to thank all who helped me through what was a nightmare of a year. I still get looked after by the hospital which is a big help knowing someone is there for you still.
All you can do if you find you have cancer is to take one day at a time, keep positive, and keep smiling, if I did it so then can you.Just don't be affraid to get checked out, don't sit back and do nothing then regret it later. I am so glad I got to the Doctors when I did, yes it takes a lot of nerve, but worth it in the long run. Don't be affraid of the word cancer... I look at my scars and think yes I am one of the lucky ones, and I am here to tell my tale.

Lynne Wansbrough Burns

I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in Sept 2011, after a harrowing twelve months of treatment, but wonderful support of family and friends I have a very positive outlook, and hope for the future, I realise that this journey has brought me closer to God.

Maggie Cooper
Maggie Cooper

I was diagnosed with breast cancer in Jan. 2009 Stage 3, I stayed as positive as I could and became so much closer to God . As I drew closer to him He drew closer to me and I praise God and Feist Weiller cancer centre for their continued work efforts and research to cure breast cancer and all the love and care they give to their patients is also a tremendous support system.

Diane Scott
Diane Scott

I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. Although I was stage 3, I kept a positive outlook at all times. I'm still here in 2013, and plan to be for years to come!

Sara McKnight
Sara McKnight

I've had slot ups n downs in little over 3 1/2. But hearing the word CANCER regardless of the type of cancer! I've Lost my daddy, n other loved ones to cancer! N 2012 I found I was diagnostic with BC, I've fought ta struggle and over came alot of

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