Mrs M.A , Tema, Ghana.

I’m 57. In September 2010, I was told that I had cancer of the liver and was referred to the teaching hospital in Accra, where the specialist told me that I would not live beyond six weeks. I was sad and angry at the same time, because I expected the doctor to tell me kind and comforting words. My family immediately flew me abroad, to the hospital at Johns Hopkins University, USA where I started treatment under a caring doctor. I returned to Ghana after the initial treatment. When I went back for review, I was told my doctor had passed away. This Centre was recommended to me and I started treatment in earnest. At the Centre, I was made to understand that my cancer was caused primarily by the high level of aflatoxin in the food I was consuming. They took cognizance of this in the treatment they gave me. I have been free from cancer since 2012 and I have included in my menu what the doctor calls anti-cancer diet and maintenance dose of vital nutrients

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