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Date: March 14, 2005 Name: Marylin Clark-Koenig Diagnosis: Invasive Ductal Carcinoma Stage 3.3 Breast Cancer E-Mail:marikonig@aol.com April 2004, at the age of 68, I entered a large imaging center for a routine mammogram with the same apprehension most women feel until we receive the all-clear report. I was told to wait and not to dress after the mammogram as the radiologist might want more views. The wave of anxiety jolted me like an electric shock, and I steeled myself for...
Name: Odette Gaud Azores, Pico Island, Portugal Date: June 1, 2005 Diagnosis: Invasive Ductal Carcinoma of the Breast Phone: 011 351 292 655 209 E-Mail: odette_gaud@yahoo.co.uk A LIFE CHANGING POSITIVE EXPERIENCE. My Story 6/1/05 How I hope I have beat Cancer and enriched my life for the better. Hi my name is Odette Gaud, I am 36 yrs old and I have 2 wonderful kids a 7yr old boy and a 3yr old girl. My partner and I live in the Azores, Pico Island Portugal. My...
Name: Marialyce Caudillo Date: Mar 26, 2006 Diagnosis: Metastasized Breast Cancer Contact: (650) 298-8180 I had a left breast mastectomy. Did not allow my lymph nodes to be removed. Did one round of chemotherapy (4 every 2 weeks; first dose 8/05) I had taken wheat grass (fresh) or bottled barley grass for 3 years prior and believe it is the reason I went through an easy chemotherapy. I went on Poly-mva soon after chemo. Cat scan on 9/22/05 on my lungs.stomach and pelvic...
        Metastatic Breast Cancer
Name: Roza Mollova Location: Marlboro, Massachusetts Diagnosis: Metastatic Breast Cancer Good morning, Rick! I should share with you the "miracle" with my last scan result - it was a real miracle for my doctor, for me and my relatives. After having 3 bone scans during the last 2 years, always showing "super scan" - it means - tumors everywhere, I had my last scan on Wednesday and the result surprised my doctor and me. Actually I expected some improvement but never...
        Marylin Clark Koenig
Date: March 14, 2005 Name: Marylin Clark-Koenig Diagnosis: Invasive Ductal Carcinoma Stage 3.3 Breast Cancer Address:801 Los Tavis Way, Boulder City, Nevada 89005 E-Mail: marikonig@aol.com Testimony Concerning My Use of Poly-MVA April 2004, at the age of 68, I entered a large imaging center for a routine mammogram with the same apprehension most women feel until we receive the all-clear report. I was told to wait and not to dress after the mammogram as the...
        Virginia Booze
Date: June 7, 2004 Name: Virginia Booze Subject: Bialateral Breast Cancer Dear Tim, It has been three years since we have had contact with you and I wanted to give you a report of Virginia's progress with her bilateral breast cancer. I would be surprised if you would remember us due to the large number of people with whom you are in contact. Virginia began her "journey" with breast cancer with a strong hesitation to proceed with "conventional" medical approaches, surgery,...
        Sitha Pina
Date: January 11, 2003 Name: Sitha Pina Subject: Breast Cancer Aruba, Dutch Caribbean My name is Sitha. And this is my testimony. In 1987 I felt a lump in my right breast. I didn’t think twice and I called my sister who was working then at the hospital. She came and said that if I wanted to be sure I better go to my doctor. I did go. I had a mammogram and they could not see anything. They said that I was nervous, well why not; someone I knew died of breast cancer. But it was...
        Judith Foester's Story
Name: Judith Foester Diagnosed: January 6, 2006 Diagnosis: Breast Cancer with Renal Cell Carcinoma Email: judyfoes@optonline.net On my birthday, January 6, 2006, I went for a routine mammogram that was far from routine. A spiculated mass, 2 cm in diameter was found by ultrasound after the mammogram. Dr. Alison Estabrook, best breast surgeon in the world, did the fine needle aspiration, found the tissue cancerous, and did a lumpectomy on January 26, 2006. When the lump was...
        Claire Fenedick
Date: August 22, 2001 Name: Claire Fenedick Subject: Breast Cancer E-Mail: ziplockjc@aol.com Phone-727-395-9638 UPDATES- August 22, 2001 - January 21, 2002- May 31, 2002 January 29, 2003, June 1, 2004 Dear Gary and Tim: I am very happy to provide you with the following testimonial for Poly MVA. I hope it helps other women to be courageous and try Poly MVA. Claire Fenedick 6551 Shoreline Drive Unit 6406 St. Petersburg, Fl. 33708 In April 1998, my bout with...
        Olivia De Haulleville
Date: February 2, 2002 Name: Olivia de Haulleville Subject: Breast Cancer-Stage 2 Email: solemate@desert.flashbyte.us Phone-760-369-7075 Started using Poly MVA in 1999, UPDATE: 3-2007 A biopsy in the Spring of 1999 revealed two estrogen-receptive DCIS growths in my left breast, one the size of a pea (Stage 2). Radical mastectomy was immediately recommended. Several "second opinions" also recommended that I should have the 'offending breast' totally removed, including the lymph...
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