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June 18, 2014


June 18, 2014

Censored by 'nonprofit' forum...

April 2009 my (now) ex-partner was diagnosed with malignant breast cancer (confirmed by needle biopsy) and strongly advised to undergo a mastectomy, to be followed by chemotherapy and radiation. Her oncologist, who would also be performing the surgery and
afterwards the suggested reconstruction, wanted to schedule the surgery for the following week. The day before the operation was to take place, I discovered 'German New Medicine' (GNM) and I immediately could link what it claims to be the cause for 'disease', including cancer, to my ex-partners 'case'. Now, five years later, she simply is in great health, without having gone through any type of conventional treatment. There's already enough evidence that a large number of breast cancers disappears by itself, if never found (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3320224/), contrary to what doctors/oncologists keep telling their patients, but a theory like GNM will never be openly accepted, let along practiced, by conventional medicine, because they're not gonna put themselves out of business. I also realize that this story will not be published (yesterday, ALL my posts at the 'breastcancer.org' forum were deleted, after my last update and further elaboration on the GNM subject there, so I know how extreme any and all contrary views on cancer are first ridiculed and, if that doesn't work, censored). Had to give it a shot, 'cause cannot just stand by while this great injustice is harming (an understatement) more and more innocent people.

Kind regards and best wishes to everybody who's caring to others.


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