Helen from Australia share her Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and Cancer experience.

Helen has a remarkable story to tell for Cancer and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005 and came across LDN in 2007 after she went to a clinic in Switzerland and that was where she learned about LDN, and she has been taking it ever since.

Helen was diagnosed with stage two and had two-centimetre lump in her left breast and had surgery in December 2005, she had two out of 21 lymph nodes positive as well.

The surgeon wanted her to do chemotherapy and radiation but was reluctant to do either so they gave her a week to think about it. After the week she decided not to do the chemo. but the surgeon was fairly insistent that she have radiation because my cancer was on the left side.

She asked what are the side effects? He said, well, you could have heart problems, broken ribs, burning scarring and lung problems.

She wasn't comfortable with that, she said I've got a lot of natural things I'm doing at the moment. He said, well, I've never ever seen anybody recover from breast cancer doing, doing it the natural way.

Said, "that's what I've decided to do, it is my personal decision. I'm not advocating it and it's not right for everybody". She helt but it was right for her at the time and hy husband was fully supportive.

Her alternative therapies, were not not cheap, she did hypothermia, ozone therapy, vitamin C infusions.

She also saw a Chinese acupuncture doctor and had his pills three, four times a day, that was in 2005.

In 2007 came she had still been doing alternative therapies including LDN, she had thermography scans to check how she was doing there were no no lumps detected with thermography which is an infrared scan of the whole breast area.

The clinic also check her neck and head area too which really picks up any changes in the blood vessel structure.

Helen had had a mammogram the next year and nothing showed up.

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