If This Doctor Was Diagnosed With Cancer, He Would Immediatley Do These 5 Things

“Mark, what would you do if you were diagnosed with cancer?” a friend recently asked. I’ve had a lot of time to think about this. I’ve sadly seen a lot of cancer in my life, both with my own family and with patients.

The problem is that conventional medicine protocols have a lot wrong when it comes to cancer. We are good at cutting it, burning it, and poisoning it with surgery, radiation, and drugs, but many doctors fail to treat the cause of the cancer.

Oncology Nurse Quits

Oncology Nurse Quits After 17 Years to Promote Natural Cancer Healing Therapies Instead

 

For most people, a cancer diagnosis is seen as a death sentence, and the grim prognoses by doctors certainly don’t help, either. 

Driven (understandably in most cases) by fear, cancer patients submit to their doctors’ advice and accept chemotherapy despite the fact that it was recently shown to actually make cancer tumors more malignant.

Oncology Nurse Quits
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Massive Underground City

Massive 5,000-Year-Old Underground City Discovered Beneath Turkey. You Have To See This!

 

This is something else! A previously unknown metropolis has been unearthed in Turkey. It was discovered during an urban development project started by Turkey’s Housing Development Administration in the Nevsehir province of Central Anatolia. The metropolis is a 7 kilometer span of tunnels, chambers, and escape galleries.

THE GIZA PYRAMIDS

THE GIZA PYRAMIDS: DECONSTRUCTING THE TOMB THEORY

BAALBEK LEBANON

BAALBEK LEBANON: RECENT EXCAVATIONS REVEAL CUT 1650 TON STONE BLOCK

In the summer of 2014 the Oriental Department of the German Archaeological Institute conducted excavations in the stone quarry of Baalbek/Ancient Heliopolis, in Lebanon. There lies the famous monolith “Hajjar al-Hibla” (Stone of the Pregnant Woman.) Similar stone blocks of a 20m length were used for the podium of the huge Temple of Jupiter in the Roman sanctuary of Baalbek.

Medieval Potion

Scientists rediscover 1000 year old medieval potion that can kill hospital superbugs like MRSA dead
 

A thousand year-old medieval potion made out of onions, garlic, wine and oxgall - bile from a cow’s stomach - can kill hospital superbugs, say scientists.

The potent 10th century brew - used by Anglo Saxons to treat a stye - destroyed 90 per cent of the bacteria on scraps of skin taken from mice with MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus).

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