I was introduced to uterine fibroids through a paternal aunt who had been diagnosed in her late 30s, after trying for some time to have a baby. She sent a mass family email to inform everyone that she would be taking action to get them removed, and hopefully restore her health so that she and her husband could try and conceive. The fibroids were removed, and she recovered just before she received another diagnosis of breast cancer.
She informed us that again she was going to be diligent in taking steps to rid her body of the disease by getting a mastectomy and then going through rounds of radiation. She eventually quit and opted to do high-dose Vitamin C treatment to detox from the radiation. In the process of going through these phases of disease, she had done a lot of research, which she would share…
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