Sam Simon – The Cancer Fight

How sad that Sam Simon the creator of the Simpsons has terminal colon cancer, the same as my Son.

If anyone is in contact with Sam, please, please tell him to look at alternative cancer treatments online, there are so many of them. There are so many stories of how people have won the battle against cancer using alternative treatments.

Chris Wark has a website all about his fight with colon cancer and tells his story of how he is still cancer free today.

Please don’t die from ignorance.

www.chrisbeatcancer.com

“My name is Chris Wark. I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer in 2003,  at 26 years old.  I had surgery, but refused chemo. Instead I used nutrition and natural therapies to heal myself. By the grace of God, I’m alive and kicking, and cancer-free!”

xxx

Wark Family Photo 2012 scan 2

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I lost my Son to bowel cancer.
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2 Responses to Sam Simon – The Cancer Fight

  1. in2herbs says:

    I see people heal themselves of cancer everyday. My uncle, the co founder of In2herbs treated himself of terminal spinal cancer. He wouldn’t of been here today without them. Trust in nature and In2herbs UK.

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  2. crislis1001 says:

    Please let me know how your Uncle cured himself of terminal cancer. Did he use herbs, if so which ones and what doses. Did he change his diet in any way. Readers will be inspired by your Uncles story and that of the people you see everyday healing their cancer. Please let the world know that cancer can be cured without chemo and radiation.
    Thank you

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