Cancer Survivor, Kathy Bero
Kathy Mydlach Bero spent 18 years as an advocate for ecosystem protection and traveled extensively teaching leadership skills to women around the world before settling with her family on a 60-acre farm. But in 2005, Kathy’s idyllic rural lifestyle was turned upside down with the diagnosis of two rare and late-stage cancers. Conventional cancer treatments not only challenged her physical strength, but pushed her dangerously close to death.
Despite taking advantage of everything her hospital offered, Kathy’s body was failing, leaving her to live each day half dead. As she tallied the limitations of conventional medical protocols, Kathy embraced the challenge cancer had offered her and discovered she had exactly what it took to change her life and thrive cancer free. The answers may surprise you.