Win The Battle Against Cancer Naturally

Greenville, SC (PRWEB) June 12, 2012

Cancer is expected to rise by nearly 75% by the year 2030, according to a study published on May 25, 2012 in the journal The Lancet Oncology. That’s why there’s no better time than the present to learn how to fight back. The newly launched is implementing some of the most powerful all-natural techniques to not only fight cancer but virtually all disease and illness.

Being diagnosed with cancer can be a scary time for many, causing a state of depression and confusion- not knowing which way to turn. Individuals know all to well the havoc and turmoil traditional medical treatments such as chemotherapy can have on the body. Often times chemotherapy causes intense pain and agony during the last years of life.

According to Reuters (Health News), a survey presented in May 2012 showed that 94% of U.S. primary care doctors were unaware of the long-term side effects of some of the most commonly used chemotherapy drugs. “Many survivors, even among those who are cancer free, must cope with the long-term effects of treatment, as well as psychological concerns such as fear of recurrence”, said Elizabeth R. Ward, national vice president of Intramural Research.

For anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer and would like to gain a better understanding of how alternative methods can be better choice for them, is holding a special live call with a cancer survivor who was given only six months to live. He not only beat cancer without the use of modern day medical treatments, but his overall health dramatically improved during and after the process. Not only did the techniques work for him but for countless others.

His story will be eye-opening and the techniques he will share will likely change the lives of those who are lucky enough to attend.

The call will be free, but there will only be 250 spots available due to phone line availability, so be sure to reserve a spot today.

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