How I survived my cancer treatments with coriolus mushroom

After my intense two-year battle with Stage IIIC breast cancer, I'm a big believer in chemotherapy, radiation, and other "conventional" treatments. They have improved my odds of living out my natural lifespan from 1-2% to still living and breathing today, which you'll have to admit is a big improvement. But as you know, conventional therapy can be very hard on the body.

One solution is to find natural, food-based solutions that have been scientifically shown to help mitigate the side effects of cancer treatment. One of the lifesaver supplements I took during my cancer treatment--and will take daily ...

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Obamacare legislation does NOT include provisions for chipping the public

Obamacare legislation does NOT include provisions for chipping the public
by Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D.

The rumor that the "Obamacare" health care bill contains a provision to microchip the public has spread far and wide. Thousands of web sites refer to it, so it's no surprise people are getting it wrong.

However, I'd like to set the record straight. The law does not require chip implants.

The 906-page final version of the PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, otherwise known as "Obamacare," can be found online here:

https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/PLAW-111publ148/content-detail.html  (legislative details ...

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She's up, she's down, she's up, she's down...

Okay, so I overdid it. I cooked a meal on Saturday, then went to church yesterday. You'd think I could handle those two little things. After all, it's been what, 19 days since my surgery, right?

Well, I sure thought I could handle that, but my body clearly thought otherwise. I collapsed in a broken heap yesterday after church, and woke up this morning feeling like I had been hit by a truck. (Another truck, that is.)

I ached all over, had a headache, nausea, hot flashes again from reintroducing Tamoxifen last week, and felt so weak I ...

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On the Mend!

I'm on the mend! I got drain #2 out on Wednesday, and drain #3 out on Friday, so no more drains. That means I can shower again without having to tape myself up with Tegaderm plastic (to which I am vaguely allergic). I am off all pain meds but two Advil at night before bed, and I am cleared to take my handful of anti-cancer, post-cancer, pro-sleep, pro-immune system supplements twice a day.

I still walk slowly and painfully, I'm still a little bit hunched over, and I am creaking up and down stairs. But I can get ...

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