These are electron microscope photos of breast cancer cells.
So that's what I'm up against!
The second one looks a lot like a dinosaur. (A dimetrodon, to be precise.)

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  • Andrew
    3 years, 8 months ago - Reply - Link

    Actually, if I may, it is the cancer cells that are up against you.

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  • John
    3 years, 8 months ago - Reply - Link

    Didn't know if ever seen this site before, but it offers great cancer treatment info.
    https://cancertutor.com/

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  • Katherine Albrecht
    3 years, 8 months ago - Reply - Link

    Andrew: It took me a minute, but then I cracked up. What a great thing to say! You made my day. :)

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  • David Gordon
    3 years, 7 months ago - Reply - Link

    Shocking to see our enemy up close and impersonal. Been doing too much research on my Medicine Man project and got to your show via Alex. Great work you are doing! Just finished my wordpress blogsite Looking for publicity opportunities to make my project too well-known to suppress.
    In awe,
    David

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  • john lyons
    3 years, 7 months ago - Reply - Link

    When you were on cocast to coast your immune system was low the next day it went up. You need to write your book and share your secerts with others. Breast cancer attacks the immune system the treatment lowers all ready weak system. Your ways to raise the immune system is new. I going to check out the mushrooms. I enjoy hearing you and your a breath of fresh air. You bring us information we need to know.

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  • Katherine Albrecht
    3 years, 7 months ago - Reply - Link

    Thank you, John! Here are the details on the mushroom supplement I take:

    CORIOLUS VERSICOLOR mushroom, hot water extract (very important), four 600mg pills per day (2 in the AM, 2 in the PM, with food) for restoring immune function after chemo. I've taken coriolus faithfully since April and plan to continue taking it for the rest of my life. <a href="https://www.mushroomscience.com/products/coriolus-versicolor-super-strength/?id=katherine" rel="nofollow">https://www.mushroomscience.com/products/coriolus-versicolor-super-strength/?id=katherine</a>
    Mushroom Science gave me the coupon code "katherine" or "COAST" that you can use to get a free book with any purchase of medicinal mushrooms.

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  • phyllis bala
    2 years, 7 months ago - Reply - Link

    Metaphor has a way of coming to life in our bodies when there is continual emotional charge around it. The important issues you're involved with are naturally stressful and can be depleting. I've just watch several of your videos and you repeat the phrase "the mark of the beast" many times over.
    I'm not sure I've ever seen such a detailed photo of a cancer cell & it certainly did look like the dimetrodon!
    In the case of breast cancer, I encourage women to listen to and tend to the "issues of the HEART," in addition to tending to the treatment of the organic disease. I often notice that feelings and stories that are near and dear to our hearts, tend to influence the health of breast tissue.
    The photo of the beastly "dimetrodon" cells looks like it's frozen in sheets of icy blue water. I send you many prayers of support and am truly grateful for your
    dedicated work and all the integrity and courage you put forth Dr. Albrecht. Thank you.

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