Epithelial cancer, or Epithelioma
Scirrhous cancer, or Hard cancer
Encephaloid cancer, Medullary cancer, or Soft cancer
The last three varieties are also known as Carcinoma
"I was diagnosed with rectum cancer in Feb. of 2004. “After chemo and radiation, I had 3 operations, the last one in Nov. of 2004. With a consultation on April 4 2005, I was told that the cancer has spread and that they could not do anything else for me. They made an appointment for July 4 2005 and told me that I do not have to go if I do not want to. Since May 11 2005 I have been using this tea and with the appointment, I had gained my weight back and was told that my body was clean of all cancer." ...More...
"Users of Essies tea testify that it helps eliminate the awful side effects of chemotherapy and radiation. It reduces nausea and the amount of water produced by the body while on chemotherapy and radiation and patients get their appetite back. It does not interfere with any medication."
"..early April I was diagnosed with non small cell cancer of the left lung.....there were multiple tumors (two) and it had spread to the lymph nodes in my right side neck...this was devastating news......I immediately went to the internet for info and a very close friend told me about your tea..I.. found you guys and started drinking the tea,,,,,long story short I took the chemo....taxil and carbo platin........July 2 I went in for head to toe cat scan........final report......A remarkable recovery....only thing left of tumors is very minor calcification and all normal." ...More...
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