8 Reasons To Subscribe To My Newsletters

Hi there!  I see you are thinking about becoming one of my newsletter subscribers.  That’s a great idea.  Here are 8 reasons why:
1.   You will receive access to subscriber-only bonuses like my e-books, cancer-blaster food guide, free downloads, etc.
2.  You will receive all of my how-to articles on nutrition, supplements, exercise and lifestyle “tweaks”.
3. You will receive links to my newest articles about healing from breast cancer, avoiding breast cancer, insider tips, recipes, products I love, and all sorts of other good things hand delivered straight to your email inbox.
4.  You can email your questions to me and actually get answers (but please be patient as I get loads of email and need time to answer it 🙂 ).
5.  Your personal information is never shared with anyone else.
6.  Subscribing helps you stay on track with your healing regimen.
7.  If all of this information coming at you gets to be too much, you can unsubscribe easily.
8.  My research shows that empowered people live longer.  Don’t you belong in that group?

If you’re still not sure, just go to my Testimonials page and see how my information helped others.

Beside you in the healing journey,

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21 thoughts on “8 Reasons To Subscribe To My Newsletters

  1. Hi Marnie Just found your website. Fab. I have just completed one of four sessions of chemo for breast cancer. Your page has been an inspirational and has given me the will to persevere. Thank you. Mag

    1. Hi Margaret,
      Thanks for your comment on my website – I apologize for the delay in responding, I have been away for a quick break. I’m so glad to have been of assistance to you. Please let me know if you have any particular questions with which you need help. I see you tried to subscribe to my newsletters but haven’t confirmed your subscription yet – sometimes the request ends up in your spam mail inbox so have a look there. Otherwise I can do it manually if you need help.
      Warmest regards,

  2. Was diagnosed with Her2 positive breast cancer in November, 2014. Underwent four months of chemo, 25 radiation treatments, and a double mascectomy. I am still receiving the antibody Herceptin. Chemotherapy was very hard on me but when I had my surgery the 4.5 centimeter tumor in my breast and the lymph node that had been compromised were completely gone. I am very interested in eating the right foods to keep away any bad cells. I loved your article on foods to fight Her2. Very informative. Thank you!

    1. Hi Cathy,
      Thanks for your background info and I am glad to have been of assistance to you. As you are probably discovering, fighting breast cancer successfully is not just about eating the right foods. Have you thought about subscribing to my free newsletters? They are full of all of my best information and special tips on getting through this disease, to be thriving on the other side. If I can help you with anything, please do not hesitate to contact me.
      Warmest regards,

  3. I am very interested in getting your newsletter more now than ever after going to my dr today and was told that my chemo had not worked as well as hoped and now I am looking for my self I have to try to do something im not just going to sit around and see if their meds work or not thank you so much for your website I found by looking for paul stamet

  4. I’ve been exploring your site. I’m a her2 positive breast cancer survivor of two years. I’m interested in receiving your newsletters.

    Thank you,
    Talitha Gwaltney

  5. Hi Marnie, I found your website while searching for taking essential oils while taking Tamoxafin. I have one more chemo treatment to go then 6 weeks if radiation. My oncologist wants me to take Tamixafin for the 10 years. I have told her I not interested in that. Of course she wanted to know why. I am not a sheep to be led by a doctor who doesn’t keep up with the real world and follows big pharma. I really enjoyed reading your stuff. I am on the same page. I am signing up for your newsletter and will be pulling out my copy of molecules of emotion and retreading it again. Thanks for all you do!

  6. I was put on Femara after lumpechtomy and radiation. I took it reluctantly as I had researched side effects. Eventually (two months in)I broke out in a rash and hives. The itching was a living hell. It is a rare side effect so they were skeptical. They suggested I go off for a week and see what happens. Eventually I dismissed my oncologist, but not until she made one last effort to scare me. The itching subsided, but still flares up at night. I will see a naturopath soon to get some guidance on alternatives and am looking into essential oils and making my own lotions. Of course, eating is now very serious business. I too have suspected estrogen as not the main culprit, just at the scene of the crime. Poisoning your body to stay “healthy” more and more looks like quakery.

  7. Hello, Looking forward to receiving your newsletters. Saw your post via “The Great” Ty Bolinger, which is leading me in the right aware direction.

  8. Thank you for your information. I look forward to receiving your newsletter. It’s so nice to find some complimentary and supplemental information to go along with the standard western protocols. I had a lumpectomy on October 28 and was fortunate that it was a small tumor (8mm) with clear margins, no lymph node involvement and the skin and muscle samples were also benign. The oncotype number of the tumor came back as 13 so I won’t need chemo, but the doctors are of course recommending (strongly) radiation and hormone therapy. I have asked to delay the radiation until January and am still not completely certain if it’s necessary…Will it do more harm than good? I guess no one knows for sure. At the very least I want to go into it fortified and supported. Your web site and insights are very helpful.

  9. WOW! What an amazing resource site! In 2002 I had a double lumpectomy, radiation and 5 years of tamoxifen. In 2015 the cancer was detected on my chest bone and a double mastectomy and chemo was recommended. I had the mastectomy without reconstructive surgery and elected not to have chemo. My daughter who resides in Perth, Australia flew in for my surgery insisting that I now juice, organics, essential oils, yoga and so many other things. Thank you for such an amazing website and for helping me and others to better understand thriving through breast cancer. You’re a blessing!

  10. I have just found your website. I am very much looking forward to receiving your newsletter.
    Best Regards,
    Agneta Rydström

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