This past weekend I got to experience The Truth About Cancer Ultimate Live Symposium in person, and it was amazing. If you got to watch it from home, you may have an idea of what I'm talking about.
Having more than 40 of the world's best in holistic health care and 1500 like-minded audience members (many of whom were cancer thrivers) together was surreal and awe-inspiring.
It brought me tremendous hope and gratitude to be able to reaffirm that yes, this is real. Hope in the fight against cancer is real. And it's found in the stories of people who have healed themselves and others, backed by science in peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals.
Throughout the event I learned, laughed and cried, and I know many others did too.
If you're bummed you missed part or all of it, the great news is that it was professionally recorded and is airing again this weekend, Friday to Sunday!! The recordings are also on sale at a 50% discount so you can watch all the talks at your own leisure, as many times as you'd like. :)
Some of my favorite presentations were by:
Dr. Josh Axe, a certified doctor of natural medicine, doctor of chiropractic and clinical nutritionist who created a protocol that helped heal his mom of lung cancer.
Dr. Ben Johnson, integrative oncologist who healed himself of ALS and travels the world caring for cancer patients in the comfort of their own homes.
Dr. Lee Cowden, board-certified cardiologist and internist who has pioneered successful treatments of cancer, autism, Lyme disease and many other illnesses.
Dr. Tony Jimenez, General Medical Director of "Hope4Cancer Institute" in Playas de Tijuana, Mexico.
Dr. Robert Scott Bell, homeopathic practitioner and radio show host.
Dr. Andrew Wakefield, academic gastroenterologist and director of the film Vaxxed.
Dr. Galina Migalko, founder of Universal Medical Imaging Group, which offers accurate non-invasive and non-radioactive full body medical diagnostic scans.
Dr. Thomas Lodi, founder of An Oasis of Healing alternative cancer treatment center in Mesa, Arizona.
The presenters gave tons of precious information on the causes, prevention, treatment and monitoring of cancer, which came in the form of scientific studies, case studies and personal experience. Though I took dozens of pages of notes, the key lesson I took away from all the speakers was simple - it's that there is a large emotional aspect to healing from cancer. Though possibly the most difficult, it appears to be the most important aspect of any cancer treatment protocol, as it's been proven in the practitioners' many collective years of experience.
If you saw any of the talks, what did you learn? Which were your favorite talks? I'd really like to know! :) Tell me about it by posting a comment here on my blog.
I hope you have a great weekend, my friend. Talk to you soon!
P.S. Register for the replay of the conference here! Let me know what you enjoy the most about it by leaving a comment here on my blog.