Survivor Story

Cancer Survivor, Charlene Braden

Diagnosed with Stage 4 Reticulum Cell Sarcoma non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Charlene shares her personal story and advice for surviving cancer.
Charlene Braden, Cancer Survivor
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Charlene Braden was only 19 years old when she was diagnosed with Stage IV Reticulum Cell Sarcoma non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.  Initially, she had a small amount of radiation treatment, but it only spread the tumors — on an average of five tumors per week and that didn’t include the ones you couldn’t see. She even had one in her throat that was choking her when she tried swallowing. The radiation was abruptly stopped because her blood count plummeted. She was so extremely sick that she couldn’t even keep water down.

Even though she was weak and down to 86 lbs., she made the decision to travel to Mexico for treatment. Within days of the treatment and new diet, she could see the tumors starting to dissipate in her arms, throat and under her arms. Her energy level picked up and she was feeling like an almost normal person again.  Be inspired by Charlene’s story of faith, hope, and healing and learn about all the healing modalities that have kept her cancer-free for over 50 years!

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