Ann Cameron, a children’s book author and writer, cured her stage 4 cancer with carrot juice and nothing else.
In 2012, Ann had surgery for a newly diagnosed Stage 3 colon cancer, but she denied the recommended chemotherapy. Although she felt better, six months later (November 6th) her CT scan follow-up showed probable cancer in her lungs. The oncologist said she had Stage 4 colon cancer metastasized to the lungs.
Ann later learned that the lung cancer was developing separately from the colon cancer. The colon cancer, even metastasized, was growing very slowly, and the two lung tumours were growing fast. The surgeon told her that if she denied chemo a second time around, that she would only have 2-3 years to live, and not much more with chemo.
Ann’s husband died of lung cancer a few years before her own diagnosis, and he had tried twenty or so different natural alternatives (for six months) that didn’t work. She read that a man in California named Ralph Cole drank the juice of five pounds of carrots daily to eliminate small squamous cell cancers on his neck.
Ann started juicing 5 pounds of carrots every day. Her PET scan on November 27th found that her tumours were rapidly growing, but Ann was determined to stop them. She decided to stay away from chemo and radiation and use no other alternative treatments except the 5 pounds of juiced carrots per day. She had no dietary changes beyond increased carrot consumption (although switching to a high-raw, plant-based diet is recommended to stop cancer in its tracks).
8 Weeks Later – Cancer Is Gone
8 weeks later, on January 7 2013, Ann had her first follow-up CT scan, which showed no growth of cancer, tumour shrinkage and fewer swollen lymph nodes. Juicing 5 pounds of carrots every day stopped tumour growth in just 8 weeks.
Interestingly, it took Ralph Cole eight weeks on carrot juice to eliminate his squamous cell tumours.
For the next six months, Ann continued drinking the juice every day (using her Omega juicer). Five pounds of carrots made a quart and a third of juice, which she made every morning, and drank throughout the day.
At the end of March 2013, a CT scan showed no cancer cell growth, no new cancer, no swollen lymph nodes and further tumour shrinkage. By July 30th, 2013, her CT scan showed no evidence of cancer. Her swollen lymph nodes returned to normal too.
Her oncologist said that although Ann’s cancer was effectively eliminated with carrot juice, she still wasn’t legally allowed to recommend them because of the lack of formal studies and statistical support.
Thinking for yourself, self-treating, and having faith in experience-based health knowledge that has predated modern medicine for over 100 years is usually the best method of seeing what works best for you and your scenario. Learning to take full responsibility for your own decisions is the best thing you can do for your health.
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