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Cured of Breast Cancer and ALS, Diagnosed with Lyme, Meet Sue Massie, ND

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Join us on Monday, June 1, 2015 at 8pm as Dr. Jess Armine interviews Dr. Sue Massie, N.D.

Dr. Sue Massie, ND is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor as well as a Certified Natural Health Professional (CNHP) and has numerous healthcare certifications. Dr. Massie’s passion is to not ‘treat’ her patients but instead she identifies the ‘root’ cause of someone’s symptoms and then teaches the patient how to detox, cleanse, nourish and rebuild their health. “My mission in life is to empower, inspire and assist others  to live  vibrant, healthy lives”, says Dr. Massie.

Dr. Massie is well versed in holistic, drug-free health programs, with lasting results and specializes in degenerative, neurological diseases with Lyme disease , fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue being at the top of her list. Dr. Massie, herself, was diagnosed with lyme disease as well as her husband, and all 6 children. Dr. Massie had a diagnosis of ALS/Lou Gehrig's in 1999 and her husband ended up with heart surgery; all due to lyme. She was then also diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. All of what she has endured has been turned to the positive and today Dr. Massie is extremely vibrant, has such dedication for her work and continues to grow and embrace life. Each person is unique and has to be approached with an individual program with the utmost care and compassion. It does not matter what the ‘diagnosis’ is, or even if someone doesn’t know what the problem is, Dr. Massie has stubborn determination to dig down to the roots of suffering and address the underlying issues and then she inspires her patients toward joy, peace and love. 

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