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November 28, 2018
3:01 pm
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God bless you and your mom and family AaronW. I am going through chemo and raidiation right now after having a blob of parasites removed from my brain and I know how expensive all this but I am fortunate because I am self-employed and when my family found out how sick I was they all pitched in and kept my business going. My oldest son just turned 18 and is running it now. When I am done with the therapy and take back my business, I will fund his way through college for his help. Family is everything. I and my family will pray for all of you this evening.  

November 23, 2018
11:37 am
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Thank you for writing, Aaron. You are right about health insurance; fortunately, President Trump terminated that individual mandate and those who do not wish to purchase a health insurance policy are no longer forced to do so (or receive IRS tax penalties), as they were under President Obama. 

We will discuss your post on Saturday’s show but I encourage you to call, if able, as I am sure everyone will have questions. I also emailed you our Questionnaire for your family to complete for your mother-in-law, with her help of course. I know that Dr. Lorna will have questions, and additional suggestions, but in general, I recommend this:

We recommend checking her diet against our ANTIFUNGAL FOOD CHOICES LIST for optimal results. STOP using Splenda! If she has to sweeten something, try JULIAN BAKERY MONK FRUIT (also available in 100% Organic)

To systemically cleanse from head to toe the chemicals used during chemo from her body, I recommend she use SYSTEMIC CLEANSING Package, featuring Enteric Proteolytic Systemic Oral Enzymes (PSOEs) Tablets for 3-6 months.

In addition, I would replenish lost nutrients by also using BASIC WELLNESS PACKAGE, which contains a total of 5 products: 1 bottle Whole Food Multi-Vitamin 60 tablets, 1 bottle Mineral Complex Ultra 250 tablets, 1 Bottle Beta Glucan (100mg), 60 capsules, 1 bottle Vitamin C 1000 Buffered, 90 Tablets, 1 bottle Probiotic Enteric-coat, 60 capsules.

Since many diseases are rooted in fungal overgrowth, there may be additional benefit adding the FIGTree Vitamins ANTIFUNGAL PACKAGE, as well; although, theoretically, the chemo should have killed all fungus and other toxic microbes in her body.

Once she completes the cleansing, and to insure that she has regular bowel movements and absorbs the most nutrients from her food, I recommend using FIGTreeVitamins’ DIGESTION PACKAGE.

NOTE: Those taking certain blood pressure, blood thinning or lubricating, steroidal or pain-killing medications may not be able to use the Systemic Cleansing Package; however, all of the other recommendations should be safe – be sure to check with your doctor to confirm. 

November 22, 2018
5:23 pm
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My mother in law has, or had, colon cancer, had surgery to remove most of her colon, and then chemotherapy. This is the bill for the doctor’s care charges only, not including the chemo, the drugs, her hospital charges or anything else. Tell me how Americans can pay for this without the best insurance?
Since she is white, owns her own home and has a job (with no health insurance benefits), her “Obamacare” insurance cost her so much with only the most basic coverage, her out of pocket expense has, so far, been around $50,000. Fortunately, she has savings, but why should she have to blow through that? Now the government is talking about “Medicare for All.” I looked into this. It has nothing to do with Medicare. It is socialized medicine that would discriminate against her because of her age, choosing to put younger, healthier people before her and putting her exclusively on drug management. That is not health care. Because she is over 60 but not yet retirement age, she has no coverage beginning in January 2019 because, despite continuing to pay a little over $10,000 per year for the coverage she has, she will have to pay a new deductible ($10,000) and 20% not covered by insurance, so another $50,000 for 2019, which will fully exhaust all of her savings. On top of that, she is so sick she can’t even enjoy Thanksgiving and is sleeping.
I am writing to you because she is finally willing to change her diet and do whatever is necessary to prevent new cancer formations. We all know that the reason she had colon cancer, from what we hear you say, that we need to take care of her constipation. She doesn’t have allergies to food or fall and spring like I do, but she has been constipated most of her life, having one poop per day or less for as long as she can remember. We need to know what her diet should be (she has never smoked or drank but has always had a love of sweets, but has changed to using Splenda). Until she got cancer, she never took drugs except the occasional aspirin. What vitamins does she need now that her surgery and chemo are over? I know you like cleanses. Which one does she need?
Here is the latest bill for just her attending physcian’s care during her rounds of chemo Enlarger


Doctor’s bill only. The insurance will pay $73,429 and my mother in law will have to pay the other $18,357 and, again doctor’s bill only. Mom says it is cheaper to die. Nobody wants that, and nobody should have to make that choice.
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