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George Roberts' Cancer Survivor Story | Liposarcoma
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The Truth About Cancer
Published 2 years ago |
George Roberts has a very unique perspective on cancer having been the caretaker for his first wife, currently the caretaker of his second wife, and now being diagnosed nearly a month ago with Liposarcoma. His first wife followed the standard cancer treatment protocol and he lost her when she was feeling her lowest. His second wife has stage 4 cancer and this time, George knew the natural route had to be tried. The doctors gave her 1 year to live and now she is on year 8!

Although George's own healing journey has just begun, he offers insight, knowledge, and confidence on a process he is no stranger to. All cancer patients should take a page out of George's book and look cancer in the face with confidence and hope because cancer is not a death sentence. His positivity and clarity towards cancer should be an inspiration to all.
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