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  • On May 12, 2018, I had my first colonoscopy. I knew in my heart they would find something. The doctor told me after the procedure I had what he believed to be a cancerous polyp in my rectum. He also told me he suspected it had metastasized to other parts of my body and suspected it was a late stage cancer. He had nothing to back this up other than the colonoscopy. He ordered a PET scan and blood tests. Dr. Greeff immediately referred me to a wound care nurse, who started to educate us on what a colostomy and stomp were. I couldn’t listen. I couldn’t look. My wife saw what was going on with me and asked the nurse to slow down because this had been pretty devastating news for both of us. That’s when she turned to me and asked if I'd still have faith in God. I had always been, but for some reason that day, I hesitated. I didn’t know where my faith was. I still believed, but I felt I had lost my way. I know today that God took me to hospital to get my feet back on the right path again, and it started with that wound care nurse. After the prayer, I had a whole different outlook and was able to listen and talk about it. I felt like the sadness had gone away. Than I started to realized that God really works in our lives when we least expect it, but when we most need it. I did all kinds of treatment but it didn't work positively on me, Than the care nurse told me to try out herbal herbs and than my Wife and I did some search on Herbal remedy which can improve my health status till we got to know Dr Odia from a patient from YouTube who was cured of Breast Cancer. He was a herbalist, I'd share my hospital report. We purchase herbs which I used for a month and two week's. To my greatness surprise it did work out for me. There is no need for anyone to have a date stamped on their forehead when they’re diagnosed with cancer. I would encourage anyone to seek a second opinion, and especially so if they’ve been told there’s no hope. It’s also crucial to learn as much as you can about your diagnosis. Seek options. Find out about what’s out there that could help. Contact Dr Odia via([email protected]).. All thanks to Dr Odia and the wound care nurse.

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