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  • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

    There is soooo much hope for you & your mom.  Take the time to learn what you can do.   I personally know 3 women diagnosed like your mom and now thriving and loving life.  We can talk to them if you'd like.

    October 12 at 1:59 AM view post
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      Even though you may be a genetic reciprient for cancer, there is a highly successful way of dealing with it.  Your DNA is wrapped up in a package called the Genome.  Beyond the Genome is called Epigenetics! Lunasin is the first natural dietary ingredient to have a direct epigenetic mechanism of action to the genes inside the cells.  Message me, I can explain more. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/art...

      October 04 at 7:46 PM view news story
      • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

        Nutrition is definitely what your father must have to overcome the effects of chemo. Reliv will definitely provide the nutrition his body needs because of the balance of nutrients and especially because of its bio-availability (over 96%).  Very much worth consuming!

        August 03 at 2:22 AM view post
        • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

          A product called "24K" is helpful because it penetrates the mitochondria allowing for better mental focus and memory.

          August 03 at 2:17 AM view post
          • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

            The stiffness is also a result of inflammation from the treatments.  Along with exercise, reducing the inflammation without meds is very simple.  Take lunasin, which is natural and very effective. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28990666 I can answer questions and provide further detail if interested.

            July 13, 2018 view post
            • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

              The single most important thing to do is re-build your immune system.  There is all kinds of advice about what to avoid like red meat, sugar, processed foods etc...  You need to supplement!  Your diet alone will not provide your body the necessary fuel (nutrients) to rebuild itself.  That is a fact!  I have helped hundreds of cancer survivors get their life back.  Become educated - not o...

              May 03, 2018 view post
              • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

                Even if the performance properties of lunasin isn't 100% clear, wouldn't it still be worth it to consume to provide some benefit?  I have met and spoken with dozens of folks who decided to use this and their condition has not gotten any worse, and in some cases thrived!  Stability and peace of mind are priceless when living everyday wondering if your condition is going to take a turn for the worse. https:/...

                April 20, 2018 view post
                • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

                  Read the book "Killing Cancer - Not People" by Robert Wright. There is lots of supportive information to help you.

                  April 05, 2018 view post
                  • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

                    I have a friend (Lisa) with triple negative breast cancer.  She told me she is in remission and doing quite well after using a protocol that drs say is extremely helpful. There is hope for you.

                    April 05, 2018 view post
                    • davezuro has replied to a post on the message board

                      Good advice!  But eat vegetables raw as much as possible.  Do not cook or steam them as they lose their nutrient content from this. A variety of fresh berries (blueberries; strawberries; black berries; rasberries etc..) is also good.  Also take lunasin.  It works at the epigenetic level. 

                      January 30, 2018 view post
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