Breast Cancer, Invasive Ductal Adenocarcinoma CURED with Gerson Therapy (Rita)

Wausau News

I live in a little town 25 km North of Barcelona, Spain. I was diagnosed with a hormone-dependent breast cancer in November 2009 called invasive ductal adenocarcinoma, which was stage II/III, with a tumor size of 2cm.

The doctors immediately wanted to schedule surgery, followed by radiotherapy and then give me tamoxifen for the next five years. After a pre-surgical routine MRI, the doctors found another 4mm tumor growing in the same breast. They were unable to localize it since it was small and very deep, so the doctors didn’t perform a biopsy. They took out the first tumor and decided I should have a check-up with an MRI every 3 months. Luckily, my lymph nodes were clear so the doctors only took out the sentinel lymph node.

After surgery, I researched Tamoxifen and found out that the side effects were hot flashes, vaginal dryness, joint pain, leg cramps, blood…

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