Jessica Ainscough’s Non-Treatment For Cancer Kills Her Mother

October 14th, 2013
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You may remember Jessica Ainscough, who I wrote about some time ago.   A few years back, she was diagnosed with a rare, slow-moving form of cancer.   After attempts to treat it with chemotherapy, which may have stunted the cancer’s growth, but ultimately did not lead to lasting remission, Jessica’s doctors told her that amputation of one of her arms was necessary. Removing the arm of an otherwise healthy young woman is certainly nothing a doctor would take lightly, but in this case, the nature of the cancer made it the only treatment likely to save Ms. Ainscough”s life.

Jessica decided against the operation or any further treatment with real medicine, such as additional chemotherapy or radiation.   Had she made this decision based on the facts and fully aware of the consequences, it would be impossible to dispute her.   There are, after all, those who, having been diagnosed with cancer, decide that they would rather live a relatively short life in comfort than extend their life through the use of treatments with painful side effects or disfigurement.   If Jessica had simply said “I know it will kill me, but I’d rather live a few more years with two arms,” then that would be her right to choose.

That, however, is not what she did.  Instead she started a program of alternative treatments, which she seems convinced will cure her cancer.  She has claimed that cancer is just “your body’s last-ditch attempt to get your attention — and demand some TLC.” or that it is somehow directly related to a need to detoxify or improve nutrition. Of course, science knows this is not what cancer is, but many alternative practitioners would like you to believe this. Her treatments have consisted of organic foods and coffee enemas. (Yes, you read right.) She has become especially fond of Gerson therapy, a thoroughly debunked alternative treatment for cancer that has killed many others.

Worse still, Jessica Ainscough has gone to the media and is actively preaching to cancer patients, telling them to stay away from real doctors and medicines that can save their lives, instead eating a special diet and putting coffee into their rectums. Many in the media have given her a pat on the back for her apparent bravery and good health. In fact, it’s hard to even be sure how many her lies may have killed.

Jessica herself may well live a few more years and appear relatively healthy for much of that time. It’s hard to tell, but since the cancer is slow moving, it could take a while to invade life-critical structures. It is highly unlikely that she will live anything near a normal life span.  Now 27 years old, she might just make it to 30.  She probably won’t make it to 35.

Unfortunately, her mother did not manage to hold on as long…

I hate to say it, but I was expecting this day to come ever since I heard that Jessica Ainscough’s mother, Sharyn Ainscough, had been diagnosed with breast cancer and had been persuaded to follow the same route as Jessica, forgoing real treatment for a plate full of organic mangoes and a butt full of coffee. In fact, I had held out hope that, as the symptoms of the cancer became worse, perhaps she would turn to real medicine in time to save her life.

That’s not what happened.

In 2011, Jessica Ainscough’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. It’s hard to say exactly what her chances of survival would have been with conventional treatment, as we don’t know all the details. However, the majority of women diagnosed with breast cancer in the industrial world do survive. Since Sharyn appeared to be healthy at the time and held on for three and a half years with no treatment at all, it is likely that the cancer was not initially very far advanced. If that is the case, then she had an excellent chance of beating it. The treatments would have been unpleasant and possibly disfiguring, but her life would have been, at the very least, extended and most likely saved from cancer.

Instead, Jessica made her mother another face of the success of cancer non-treatment.  For the first couple of years, Sharyn appeared relatively healthy in photos, which is generally what would be expected from someone with early stage breast cancer.   She spoke of how both she and her mother were living proof of nutrition as a cure for cancer and how her mother was doing very well, healing and recovering.

Here is something she posted in July of 2012:

As many of you know, my mum was told that she has breast cancer just over a year ago. This was one year after I started Gerson Therapy for my own cancer, and so there were no hesitations in mum’s decision to embark on the Therapy full time for herself.

About 11 months into the Gerson Therapy program, Mum wasn’t getting any worse but her progress was slow and we weren’t sure why. Her doctor suggested that she have a hair analysis test done to assess her mineral levels, and this pinpointed the issue. Mum’s test showed that she was both incredibly copper toxic and incredibly zinc deficient (these two minerals work together to create balance). Copper is a heavy metal, and when the body is holding on to large amounts of it, it won’t ever get well. Gerson Therapy on its own will detoxify the body of heavy metals, but it will take a long time and we were told that it would be best if Mum added something into her regime to assist in the detoxification.

But the heavy metals are not the only problem. High amounts of heavy metals in our body will kill us, so because our bodies are super clever they create a fungus around the metal to protect us from fatality. Live blood analysis and kinesiology confirmed that Mum also has fungus and candida to contend with.

If Mum had followed conventional orders and had surgery or drug interference, there is no way that these underlying issues would have been addressed. Yet another reason why it is SO important to deal with the cause and not just eradicate the symptom. Lumps in breasts are not the issue. It’s the toxicity and deficiency of our bodies that cause an imbalance and lead to dis-ease.

It certainly sounds very positive, but the claims made are quite common in the world of quackery. Candida is a common yeast blamed for everything from autism to cancer. Heavy metals are unlikely to be a health hazard unless you are prone to eating paint chips or huffing mercury vapor.

Just the same, Jessica proclaimed repeatedly that these “detoxifying” treatments were curing her mother and that, at worst, she was not getting better as fast as they had hoped, but was certainly not getting worse.   Here is some more of what Jessica claimed about her mother’s treatment and health.  It’s worth a read.

Of course the treatments did not work, and now the inevitable has happened.


Here is what was posted on the Wellness Warrior blog today:

Last Friday, after putting up the bravest fight I’ve ever witnessed, my mum passed away. She went peacefully and was comfortable with no drugs, which is what she always wanted. Her whole family was in the room, my dad and I were holding her hands and Edie was at the foot of her bed. She flickered her eyes, took one last gasp and then went off to sleep.

Although Mum had been very sick, we never once gave up hope and right until the very end we kept expecting things to turn back around and for her to get better. My family and I are heartbroken and absolutely devastated to have lost the leader of our team and the woman who was the driving force behind everything I’ve learnt, implemented and achieved over the last six years. She was our hero, and we still can’t quite comprehend how life is going to be without her. Her never-ending kindness, compassion and her breathtaking beauty (inside and out) had an impact on so many.

I would love and appreciate if you can please be patient with me and respect my privacy. I’m taking a little time offline to grieve with my family and allow myself to really feel the full impact of losing Mum.

I do want to say this though. I know some of you have cancer and are on Gerson Therapy or you love someone in this position, and I don’t want this news to deter you from believing in what you are doing. If there’s one thing I’ve learnt over the past few years it’s that no one cancer therapy is right for everyone, just the way no one diet is right for everyone. We all have different bodies, different minds, different histories, and different journeys.

I have been accused of being harsh, uncaring or even wishing death upon those like Jessica Ainscough. That’s simply not true and is certainly not true of her mother. If my tone comes across as being matter of fact, direct and unrestrained, it’s because I want nothing more than to refute this deadly message and make it as clear as possible that this quackery kills. If I have to just come out and say, without euphemism, that following this path results in death, then that’s what I will do.

Of course the death of Sharyn Ainscough is a terrible and tragic event. She should have lived longer and my deepest sympathies go out to her family and friends, who have forever lost a loved one. I did not want her to die and certainly not in such as painful manner as a slowly creeping cancer. As I said, I had hoped she might turn to real medicine and have her life saved.

There is something especially tragic about watching a woman die when her death can be prevented. For the past two and a half years, we have seen Sharyn Ainscough slowely waste away as she relied on the non-treatment that her daughter so zealously pushed. Had someone been able to get through to her and convince her to use proper medical treatments, she would probably be alive today. Yet, as a random blogger from the United States, there was obviously no way I could expect to get through to her. And so her cancer grew until it killed her.

There should have been more days of laughter and joy with her family.  There should have been more memories, more new friends to meet, more of a legacy to leave behind.   Sadly, it is too late for Sharyn.   It is not too late for others, however.   If the death of Sharyn Ainscough can be used as an example to talk some sense into someone who might buy into the toxic lies of Jessica Ainscough and others, then it should be.  One more unnecessary death is too many.


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34 Responses to “Jessica Ainscough’s Non-Treatment For Cancer Kills Her Mother”

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    Q Says:

    Too bad, but yes, one could see this coming, if she was really to stick to the plan of not using real treatment, then the only outcomes are spontaneous remission (VERY RARE) or death.

    I don’t think there is an ethical problem with holding this woman up as an example. Yes, it is sad and it may be seen as distasteful by some, but she’s dead and it’s too late for her, but saving even one life is worth being a bit direct and unrestrained, if that is what it takes.

    Nobody wants to see more people die of cancer who do not have to. This was tragic, but if it can save lives by defusing lies, then that’s at least some good.

    I wonder if Jessica is starting to rethink her treatment. I would doubt she is, because she is so invested. Maybe they didn’t put enough coffee into her mother’s anus.


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    DV82XL Says:

    Stupid is as stupid does. I, myself have a hard time feeling sorry for someone who paid the price for being a fool. The bald fact is that willful ignorance is often one of Nature’s capital offences, the sentence is executed without mercy and there is no appeal.


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    Matte Says:

    Natural selection does work after all…


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    Russ Says:

            Matte said:

    Natural selection does work after all…

    She already reproduced.

    Of course, her daughter has not yet


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    TomT Says:

    It is a shame about her mother and very likely herself but I doubt she will rethink her position. Especially now. Because if she admits she was wrong then she has to accept that she was in part responsible for her mother dieing faster. Not a comfortable thing for a human to contemplate.


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    Matte Says:

            Russ said:

    She already reproduced.

    Of course, her daughter has not yet

    Yes, that did hit me after I posted my comment…but there is still hope, as you say her daughter have not managed to reproduce yet.


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    Calli Arcale Says:

    “She has claimed that cancer is just “your body’s last-ditch attempt to get your attention — and demand some TLC.””

    Huh. So in her mind, the body is a self-absorbed **** that thinks killing you is a good way to get a little attention? Given that she thinks she got cancer as a result of poor diet (that is, answering her body’s call for tasty, tasty food), she is either extremely confused or thinks her body is constantly trolling her.

    Seriously, I do not get this particular line of reasoning. I know a lot of alt med is attractive because of the promise of healing, or the promise of taking control of your life, but when does it become appealing to believe your body is intentionally tormenting you to the point of death in hopes that you’ll figure out it wants you to pump coffee up your rear? On what world is this even appealing, let alone sensible?


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    Peebs Says:

    Sadly, there are none so blind that will not see.


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    BMS Says:

            Calli Arcale said:

    … when does it become appealing to believe your body is intentionally tormenting you to the point of death in hopes that you’ll figure out it wants you to pump coffee up your rear?

    Never underestimate what a coffee addict will do to get his fix.


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    DV82XL Says:

    If Mum had followed conventional orders and had surgery or drug interference, there is no way that these underlying issues would have been addressed. Yet another reason why it is SO important to deal with the cause and not just eradicate the symptom. Lumps in breasts are not the issue. It’s the toxicity and deficiency of our bodies that cause an imbalance and lead to disease.

    This is the big lie of the quackery known as “alternative” medicine, alternative medicine practitioners constantly criticize conventional medicine for “only treating the symptoms,” while alternative medicine allegedly treats “the underlying causes” of disease. Yet at best the exact opposite is true. A real physician with a patient presenting with throat pain wouldn’t just treat the pain he or she would do a throat culture, and if it was determined that a strep infection is causing the pain, the infection would be treated with an antibiotic – in effect treating the underlying cause.

    Naturopaths on the other hand treat a sore throat with slippery elm, licorice root, honeysuckle flower, marshmallow root, sage, lemon, apple cider vinegar, cayenne, and honey tea, all mild analgesics which may provide some temporary relief but do nothing to address the underlying cause.

    Granted, viral infections displaying this symptom cannot as yet be cured by intervention, and symptomatic relief is all that can be done while the disease runs its course, even then modern analgesics like ibuprofen or acetaminophen are far more effective than herbal teas (and likely safer.)

    Nevertheless the assertion that conventional medicine treats only symptoms while “alternative” medicine treats underlying causes is pure drivel: the exact opposite is true in most cases.


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    Calli Arcale Says:

            BMS said:

    Never underestimate what a coffee addict will do to get his fix.

    Heh. Well, I could understand that if there was some reason the patient couldn’t take it orally. I mean, it seems a terrible waste just to take it that way!


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    BMS Says:

            Calli Arcale said:

    Well, I could understand that if there was some reason the patient couldn’t take it orally.

    I was referring to the personification of the human body — particularly the lower half — trying to send a message to its owner. I’ll let your imagination decide what is considered “oral” for this creature. ;-)


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    drbuzz0 Says:

            DV82XL said:

    If Mum had followed conventional orders and had surgery or drug interference, there is no way that these underlying issues would have been addressed. Yet another reason why it is SO important to deal with the cause and not just eradicate the symptom. Lumps in breasts are not the issue. It’s the toxicity and deficiency of our bodies that cause an imbalance and lead to disease.

    This seems to be one of the most common beliefs out there – that cancer must happen for a reason or that there is always an underlying cause it can be traced to. People do this constantly. Someone has cancer and suddenly they conclude it must be something and therefore it must be cell phones/GMO’s/Fukushima etc etc.

    This is just not the case. Cancer is fairly common. Nearly half of people will have cancer at some point in life. One third will die of it. The vast majority of cancer cases have no attributable cause. It strikes, relatively at random. Although it follows some patterns (older being at higher risk etc). The fact is, any person can have cancer.

    Cancer has been known since antiquity. Today we have a pretty good understanding of the cellular biology of cancer.

    Cancer is the result of damaged cells which do not divide properly and have lost the ability to govern division properly. This is just inherant to how cells work. The mechanisms that moderate division are not iron-clad. Cells can be damaged by normal aging. This is why being older increases the chances of cancer.

    Breast cancer is one of the more common forms of cancer. Breast tissue is fast dividing. It’s prone to responding to hormones to govern growth, which is another factor that makes tissues more prone to cancer, at least in certain circumstances.


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    Brian-M Says:

    I thought coffee enemas were just a wacky silliness invented for a cheap laugh in a Futurama episode. It amazes me that people do this in real life. (Although, I suppose in real life they don’t have HOT coffee enemas.)

    What really got me was the reference to copper as a HEAVY metal. But looking it up, I see that some alternative medicine sites list the lighter metals such as copper and aluminum as heavy metals. Apparently the new-age health scene has started using “heavy metal” as a synonym for “toxic metal” with complete disregard to the meaning of the word “heavy”. To my mind, it doesn’t count as a heavy metal unless it’s denser than iron.

    Damn, the Captcha is case-sensitive! Could you at least put a note to that effect before or after it? The first time it told me I’d got it wrong I assumed that I’d made a typo, so this is my third attempt at making this post. If I hadn’t copied the content of this comment so I could paste it back into the comment box if something went wrong, I’d have given up rather than re-type the whole post for a third time.


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    PsihoKekec Says:

    The stupidity of her writing made my brain hurt. As a true believer zealot she will surely retreat deeper in her ”faith” rather than admit that she killed her mother.


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    Shafe Says:

            Brian-M said:

    What really got me was the reference to copper as a HEAVY metal. But looking it up, I see that some alternative medicine sites list the lighter metals such as copper and aluminum as heavy metals. Apparently the new-age health scene has started using “heavy metal” as a synonym for “toxic metal” with complete disregard to the meaning of the word “heavy”. To my mind, it doesn’t count as a heavy metal unless it’s denser than iron.

    I wonder, if heavy metals are all bad, are light metals all good? Beryllium tea, anyone?


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    Calli Arcale Says:

    BMS – Zing! You win. :-D

    Regarding heavy metals, well, to astrophysicists copper is definitely a heavy metal. Heck, some will call lithium a heavy metal, and it’s #3 on the periodic table. But they study stellar evolution, and anything heavier than helium is rare in that environment. So I guess it’s all about context. ;-)


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    Anon Says:

            Calli Arcale said:

    BMS – Zing! You win. :-D

    Regarding heavy metals, well, to astrophysicists copper is definitely a heavy metal. Heck, some will call lithium a heavy metal, and it’s #3 on the periodic table. But they study stellar evolution, and anything heavier than helium is rare in that environment. So I guess it’s all about context. ;-)

    Whilst Lithium is very definitely a metal (it isn’t hydrogen or helium) I don’t think it’d ever be called a heavy metal by astronomers (maybe Beryllium though).

    :-)


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    drbuzz0 Says:

    The term “heavy metal” is a bit antiquated, when used in the toxicological sense. The term classically applied to metals like lead and mercury, which are heavy and toxic. But it is also used for things like cadmium, which is about half way through the periodic table, arsenic, which is lighter still and beryllium which is not heavy at all. To add to the confusion, heavy metals are not all toxic. Bismuth is not toxic and is very heavy.

    The term has always been loosely defined.

    For this reason, the term “toxic metal” has been proposes as a more accurate reflection of metal toxicity.

    Also, there is some question about consistency in other contexts. For example, Led Zeppelin was considered to a major founder of mainstream heavy metal, but I would argue that not all their songs are really heavy metal. Sure, a few are. Now, Judas Priest or Black Sabbath, I would argue, is more consistently heavy metal. Then, of course, you have cross-genre stuff like punk metal and black metal, which can complicate things further.


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    iprefermydog Says:

    http://www.thewellnesswarrior.com.au/2011/07/the-mum-report/

    http://gerson.org/gerpress/tag/jessica-ainscough/

    You have to remember her mum was as far down the rabbit hole as Jessica was/is. Her mum even advised people on the blog, in one example she advices someone to get hair analysis done. Surely this has to have impacted some of her followers and hopefully her views.


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    Horrified Says:

    Wow! Such ugly and hateful comments. I understand the frustration at the road Sharyn chose to take rather than go for conventional cancer treatment, however the nasty comments and p*ss taking go way too far.

    Jess did not make her mother take the road she did, she did it of her own free will and so for someone to comment that “she killed her mother” is absolutely disgusting.


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    Anon Says:

    Never mind that her mother is unlikely to have even heard of the Gerson quackery had her daughter not gone in for it.


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    drbuzz0 Says:

            Horrified said:

    Wow! Such ugly and hateful comments. I understand the frustration at the road Sharyn chose to take rather than go for conventional cancer treatment, however the nasty comments and p*ss taking go way too far.

    How is it hateful to wish someone had not died? If she had used real treatment she would almost certainly be alive and probably would end up beating the cancer.

            Horrified said:

    Jess did not make her mother take the road she did, she did it of her own free will and so for someone to comment that “she killed her mother” is absolutely disgusting.

    That’s true. Her mother could have and should have had sense to know better, but Jessica clearly did pressure and persuade her to use the non-treatment that killed her.


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    random nobody Says:

    Pillory! Pillory! Pillory! Shave her head and mark her with a G! Your circular reasoning isn’t very productive. Attack the science and not the person.

    Second time cancer survivor here. Unfortunately my orthodox treatment caused MDS. While oncologists watch and wait Ive enbarked on a complimentary, nutritional therapy. I have anecdotal as well as testable information. My experience is yet to be fully understood. I am showing marked improvement through consistent testing of my bone marrow. My hydronephrosis is gone, though i still have stones. The coffee enemas took my toxic iron overload to below treatment levels, thus saving me from chelation via exjade. A second stem cell transplant has been pushed back.

    The nutritional therapy is helping. I was denied help from the Gerson clinic, yet through research and experience I still chose to practice a portion of the gerson protocol. I appreciated the wellness warrior’s blog and found hope during a monumentally stressful time. I take accountability for the MDS as well as any improvements.


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    DV82XL Says:

            random nobody said:

    Your circular reasoning isn’t very productive. Attack the science and not the person.

    Who then promptly offers up an utterly unsupported anecdotal narrative. Jessica Ainscough’s mother is dead, Jessica Ainscough herself will likely follow, and I wager the cranks will still be showing up in these threads telling us we are close minded meanies for not buying into her brand of BS, or her right to lead others down the same road. Christ you people are stupid.


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    DV82XL Says:

    Others are on her case too:

    http://scienceblogs.com/insolence/2014/01/31/the-way-of-the-wellness-warrior-enabled-by-credulous-reporting/

    “Notice how carefully Ainscough hides her left arm. The camera angles are carefully chosen not to show her arm, and when her arm is shown it’s heavily bandaged. Clearly, she is not doing as well as she tries to make her audience believe.”

    “…its [Ainscough’s arm] function appears to be significantly impaired… photo['s] on Facebook from December shows sores and large tumors on her arm…What’s clearly happening, despite her claims otherwise, is that her tumors in her arm are slowly growing.”

    Sad how the media continues to give this woman credence in the face of clear evidence that her ideas are dangerously wrong.


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    DV82XL Says:

    This photo from November shows her at a book signing shows a left arm that doesn’t look very good at all, as does this photo. What’s clearly happening, despite her claims otherwise, is that her tumors in her arm are slowly growing. That is the natural history of this particular form of sarcoma. It is indolent and slow growing. Unfortunately, this type of tumor is as relentless and all the wishful thinking in the world won’t stop its progress.


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    drbuzz0 Says:

    I have some additional information on this, which I have not put up because I already feel mixed about badgering a dying woman.

    All of the photos you see of her looking great with both arms showing are from 2011 or perhaps at the latest 2012. She does not show off that arm anymore. If you look in the photo where she is with a friend outdoors, you can see that one of her fingers is extended and her hand is semi-clenched. If you can find pictures of her recently, her hand is always in that position. It indicates that there are likely problems with swelling from lymphatic fluid retention or tendon problems which make it difficult for her to move her hand.

    The book signing photo is a rarity. I take it someone else took it, because I’ve never seen such a picture of her arm showing. But from what I have seen, it is getting worse.

    Doctors are apprehensive about going on the record about the condition of someone they have not examined and speculating with limited information. However, what I have been told privately is that this is a pretty solid sign that things are getting much worse. The tumors have likely invaded the lymph nodes and are causing fluid buildup.

    she rarely mentions her arm, but here’s an exception:

    http://www.thewellnesswarrior.com.au/2011/08/the-mum-report-flare-ups/

    When you choose Gerson Therapy as your weapon of choice, you must make peace with the fact that you are going to be in for some whopping healing reactions or “flare-ups” – how, where and the severity of the reaction is exclusive to each person. I guess I have been lucky because my flare-ups have been quite mild. My left arm swelled up (about a year ago and still hasn’t deflated), I’ve had headaches, a little nausea, a few days where I’ve been too exhausted to get out of bed, and countless days where I’ve cried…

    That was in 2011. Her arm has not “deflated” it has gotten worse.

    Here is another post where she admits she has problems with her arm and blames it on the doctors who removed lymph nodes and gave her chemotherapy. She recommends massage as a way of improving things.

    http://www.thewellnesswarrior.com.au/2012/03/healing-hiatus-activity-2-oncology-massage/

    There may be *Some* truth to this. Removing lymph nodes, though necessary, can result in fluid retention. Massaging the limb may provide some temporary relief by helping push excess fluid out. It’s actually a valid symptomatic therapy for some.

    But here’s the thing: It’s not actually making things better in the long run. Even if it can help with the swelling temporarily, the situation is getting much worse with time. You can compare the picture in the above post with the more recent ones. It went from fairly mild swelling to extreme swelling.

    I really do not wish this on her at all, but things are likely to get very unpleasant. At the rate things are going, she may hold on a couple more years, but her arm will only get worse. It could be very painful before the tumors finally invade enough life-critical organs to end the misery. It’s not going to be a good way to go. This is just the beginning of what is going to really be a very ugly end.


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    Sophia Williams Says:

    I’ve seen her blog and she seems to be doing well; however I’m not too convinced about using “coffee” as a way to cure cancer. Anyway, Holistic Medicine is a case to case basis, that’s why Naturopathic Physicians create a special program for each patient to follow. There are many myths surrounding Holistic Medicine and the best way to find out which one is legit is to ask a licensed professional and not some quack doctors. Oh by the way, one myth that is going around is that Holistic Medicine can cure Stage 4 cancer.


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    Jene Says:

    Her latest video shows at around 48-56 seconds and again around a minute forty two worryingly ulcerated/fungating wounds. She constantly wears long sleeves now, and despite trying to hide them, those lesions look scary. Sad. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQyuZG-JIk4


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    Anon Says:

    Wow, a Nigerian phone number.


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    Where else are you going to find a “low sperm can” and “menopause disease”?


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    Oh, good. I’ve been looking for someone to cure my asepsis.


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