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Tumor Disappears
R.G., British Columbia, Canada

Approximately 5 years ago, I was told I had MALT cell lymphoma (Mucoid Associated Lymphoid Tumor) in my right eye. The Cancer Institute in Vancouver recommended radiation. I declined.


It first started as a growth beneath my lower eyelid. It was pink and slightly inflamed. Over several months the growth progressed to the point that it was covering more of the surface of my eye and started to affect my vision. These symptoms persisted for 6 months.

I wasn't interested in radiation. A few years ago, I had been unable to work for the previous 8 years, after I had been diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I had fought to regain my health. It didn't make a lot of sense to me to then subject my body to radiation with it's associated side effects. I already had heard from my friend that the magnetic pulser had been used by a few people to shrink tumors and reduce swelling.

In addition to the use of the magnetic pulser, I introduced two other treatments. I had an infrared sauna for 40 minutes daily. Immediately after, I used the magnetic pulser over the eye for 10 minutes. I had seen some literature that supported the idea that raising the core temperature was advantageous to fight cancer. Apparently, the blood vessels that feed the tumor are more vulnerable when the temperature is raised. I also introduced the herb graviola that I purchased through www.rain-tree.com.

After 10 days I noticed that the tumor was starting to shrink. It took approximately 4 months of using the infrared sauna daily followed by the treatments with the magnetic pulser for the tumor to disappear.

I don't think too much about the cancer anymore but I do find myself taking a peek now and then in the mirror.

R.G., British Columbia, Canada
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\ Over several months the growth progressed to the point that it was covering more of the surface of my eye and started to affect my vision. \
Keywords:
Magnetic Pulsing, Cancer, Eye Conditions, Tumor
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