My wife has breast cancer. She has had 2 biopsies; 1 lumpectomy; a double mastectomy; 12 rounds of chemotherapy; plus 25 rounds of radiation twice. Also, she developed staph infection on 2 occasions from the port they implanted in her chest. For this infection she received 20 rounds of the most powerful antibiotic twice. They finally had to put a Gerschon port in her stomach area to finish the chemotherapy treatments because her arms could no longer support a needle in her veins. Since nothing was working, the doctor put her through 15 rounds of hypothermia treatments. Then about 30 days later found another tumor, which was removed by surgery about 2 months ago.

Well, we heard about the Hallelujah Diet and started on it about 5 weeks ago. My wife and I are doing it together and we are experiencing great results. Diane has lost 25 pounds and I have lost 15. We both feel better than we have felt in years and are sleeping well. My arms no longer become numb at night. We both have more energy than we've had in years. We have been telling everyone about this new diet and gotten a lot of interest and also a lot of funny looks. My wife just had her check-up last week and got an excellent report. Her blood work showed everything perfect and for the first time in her life she is no longer anemic. Everyone is raving about how good she looks. This diet is transforming her.

Now this is where we need some help. My wife has just discovered another lump in the same place as the others. This cancer is extremely persistent and keeps coming back. With all the good things that are happening, the worst is happening again, even though we have been following the Hallelujah Diet and Lifestyle. By the way, we attended the first-Saturday-of-the-month 'How to Eliminate Sickness' seminar at Hallelujah Diet in July and absolutely loved it. We plan to apply for Health Minister training in November. Could someone please help us with this cancer diet? Thanks.

In response to Earl's plea for help, my personal assistant, Olin Idol, sent them the following e-mail letter on August 1, 2001: "First let me say that 6 weeks is not enough time to rebuild the body. If new lumps are being discovered they have been in development many months before being detectable. It is even possible for tumors to initially become larger during the first few months on an ideal diet. The body must have time as well as the raw resources to deal with cancer. Your wife seems to have made remarkable progress in a very short time.

Olin concludes: "The quickest way I am aware of to rebuild the immune system, which in turn deals with whatever physical problems we have, is through the Hallelujah Diet. Along with the diet, if I were personally dealing with a serious condition, I would drink 6-8 eight ounce glasses of freshly extracted carrot juice, plus 2 to 3 teaspoons of dehydrated barley juice powder daily; use psyllium based fiber product regularly the first 2 to 3 months to clean the colon and keep the toxins eliminated in a timely manner; take 2 to 4 tablespoons of flax seed oil (if dealing with cancer) or Udo's Choice Perfected Oil Blend (if dealing with anything other than cancer); take a good digestive enzyme when eating any cooked foods, and a good probiotic supplement to restore the balance in intestinal flora. Our bodies are self-healing if we simply provide the ideal conditions for it to function as designed.

And finally I will share the most recent e-mail letter from Earl and Diane. It is dated September 17, 2001: Three weeks back, Diane went in for her check-up with the doctor. He told her that her blood was perfect. In fact, he said, it was so clean that no one would ever know that she ever had cancer or that she ever had taken chemotherapy. However, when she showed him her chest with all the nodules on it, all threatening red, the doctor freaked. He wanted to put her on chemotherapy immediately. This was odd, since at the last check-up he told her it was too dangerous for her to take any more chemotherapy. Anyhow, Diane declined and told the doctor she wanted to continue her diet because she felt it was doing her a lot of good. The doctor was polite but told her to not 'put her head in the sand,' and to give him a call if she felt she needed him.

Well, lo and behold, and a great big Hallelujah! In the few short weeks since the doctor visit, the nodules are shrinking and are now pink in color. Also, the several large skin tags she has on her arm and legs have shrunk even more to probably a third of the size they were! Needless to say, we are very excited about this diet and what it is doing for us both. We get teased about our carrot complexion but it's better than a chemo complexion and we wear it proudly.

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