The Truth About Cancer A Global Quest 9 Episodes Complete Transcripts | Paperback
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Product Description 1. The True History of Chemotherapy and the Pharmaceutical Monopoly. 2. Cancer Fats and Fictions, Breast Cancer, Hormones, Skin Cancer and Essential oils. 3. Cancer Causing Viruses, Cancer Stem Cells, GMOs, Juicing and Eating the Rainbow. 4. Excitotoxins that Fuel Cancer, Nature's Pharmacy and Healing Cancer wtih Sound and light. 5. Cancer Causing Blindspots, Toxic Vaccines, Homeopathy and The Power of Emotions 6. The NOCEBO Effect, healing Vaccines, Advanced Detoxing and Going Inside a German Cancer Clinic. 7. heal Cancer with Clean Electricity, Unique Water, Natural Sunlight and Combining Superfoods. 7. Cannabis, Natural Epigenetic Switches, Peptides and Healing with Micronutrient Therapy. 9. Cancer Conquerors and Their Powerful Stories of Victory.
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