If your child were diagnosed with a very serious, very rare form of brain cancer, what would you do?
Where would you turn?
The prognosis of this particular tumor was that it would spread rapidly and kill her within weeks.
So they did what most people would consider the logical next step – they consulted with an oncologist and proceeded with the recommended treatment, which, as is often the case, included a toxic combination of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, not so much as a cure but rather to extend her life for as long as possible.
She still died within months without hair and so full of toxins that all had to wear rubber gloves and masks just before she died. The government does not want you to know there are ways that actually cure, tune in Wednesday June 13, at 7:PM-- to the Aging Younger show.
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