I am 42 years now. I was receiving treatment for infertility at a popular hospital at Tema in Ghana.
After five unsuccessful attempts with IVF, I was told that I had cancer of the ovary. Surgery was carried out at a popular hospital on the Spintex Road in Accra where the affected ovary was removed and another fertility treatment followed, this time, a self-injectable. Within 6 months, a big tumor started developing aggressively from the lower part of my abdomen to the upper part. Another surgery was quickly done, supposedly to remove the tumor, and my second ovary was also removed in the process.
After that, I was referred to the teaching hospital in Accra for Chemotherapy. My husband went to the website of Goshen Bio-medical Clinic and educated himself about the dangerous side effects of chemotherapy, which the oncologists confirmed the next day when we arrived at the teaching hospital. We came to the Cancer Help Centre for an alternative opinion and I was told in no uncertain terms that I would not survive the cancer after the chemotherapy. My husband and I were convinced, so I followed the alternative treatment. This is the 4th year since I was cleared of cancer and all the tests I have done to date show that I don’t have cancer. I now have peace of mind and I’m enjoying good health.
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