Jeff — thanks for making the film and thanks to those who were willing to share their stories.
Geoff Hoagland

Thank you Geoff, you bring up a great point. Let me answer your first question about “bad experiences.” Yes, people have bad experiences if you call cancer coming back and them having to look for deeper ways to address the problem, but that pales in comparison to the bad experiences traditional treatment results in. With traditional treatment the patient literally has PTSD, not to mention loss of a body part. So “bad” is only characterized by the patient needing to learn more about how to balance their body. This can take time. There is no one answer or one guru we can go to. Every patient has to get on that journey. Every practitioner is doing the best they can, but you can’t mess up a patient by giving them natural products. The science of natural treatment has come SO far in the last 5 years that we can confidently say the natural treatment is not only a viable option, but clearly the scientifically better one. “Bad” in my opinion then is only that there was more to learn and more to do. The cancer always gets killed with natural treatment, sometimes more has to be done to keep it away.

There is a group called Cancer Tutor that you can do a search on. They are a group that selects reputable practitioners. In the end, I think we all have to be in charge of our health care and do all the research we can. I believe like Dr. Carlos Garcia in the film that we and the super computer between our ears are the most important piece of the puzzle in getting well.

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