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In my newsletter series, I share lots of information about nutrition, exercise, healing nutrients, mind/body healing and all kinds of good things.

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  1. Hi Marnie!!
    You are a gift from God and I am so grateful! i was just diagnosed a week ago and the news left me with a myriad of emotions. After i got over the initial shock and nights full of tears, i prayed that i would be lead to a person that wouldnt be afraid to walk with me through this journey. I have so many questions and after looking at your video, I know that we havent met by chance. You’re an answer to prayer!


    1. Kyna,
      Thanks for your kind words. I’ve sent you an email in response to this message – I just wanted to let you know that I’m here for you and we will get through this. It won’t be easy and parts of it are scary, but I’ll do my best to support you all the way through. Keep an eye out for my newsletters, they will help too.
      xox Marnie

  2. Hi Marnie, I am a resident of Perth, WA and have never cried so much in all my life. The last 4 weeks have been a whirlwind – lumpectomy, mastectomy, chemo in 2 weeks, then radiation and hormone therapy. Will things ever be good again? Your first hand experience has been a relief – someone understands truly – not just pamphlets and well meaning advice.

    1. Leone,

      I’m so glad you joined us! I can totally relate to your whirlwind of emotions and YES – things will be good again! I recently sent you a separate email in response to your comment here, so look for that. It’s my honor to help you through this stage of your journey. You will definitely get through this and I will teach you how to be even better than before.

      Hugs to you in Perth!

  3. Thank You! Thank You! I’ve gone through a mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation in the past 9 months. I only wish I had known about you in the beginning. I was supplied with (or should I say innundated with) a great deal of information from the doctors and well-meaning staff. I know I read it, but I retained very little of what I thought would be useful. Your website is a wonderful gift at this time in my recovery!

    1. Dear Peggy,

      So lovely to hear from you and get your message. I’m glad my information has been helpful so far – and I hope that my upcoming newsletters and info will keep you healthy and inspired!
      Please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have – I am here for you!
      Warmest regards,
      Marnie Clark

  4. I have a query I’ve advised to take tamixifine. I am really opposed to this. Is there a natures alternative if so what and in what quanity? Do I take it daily? For life?
    I need specific instructions.

    Kind regards

    Sent from my Windows

  5. Hi i really enjoyed reading your web .info etc.I have just had a lumpectomy and dcis and invasive ductal removed.I am looking to buy chemical free beauty products,deodorant,shampoo,body wash etc.I would like to buy totally chemical free .I am in the u.k. .do you know of any products I may buy .thank you

    1. Hi Amanda,
      Good question! I can definitely recommend products for you and they are fantastic, I’ve been using them for 8 years and they are available in the UK. Here’s the link: Just make sure you change the location to UK in the upper right-hand corner so that all the pricing will be for your country. Yes, they are a little expensive but they are SO worth it. They work beautifully and once you stop using the cheap, chemically laden products you will not want to ever go back. I recommend reading the “Miessence Story” on the site for a little background on the company, their passion will shine through. Thanks for subscribing and let me know if you have any questions – any time!

  6. Hi Marnie,
    thank you for all you do!
    I certainly need a friend who understands exactly what I’m going through at this time.
    I was diagnosed over a month ago and just over a week ago I underwent a bilateral MX.

    I will check to see if I got the downloads for the 21 Crucial Things to do When You Have a Breast Cancer Diagnosis“, and the “24 Ways To Decrease Cancer Risk”.

    I am reading all I can about cancer and your website is so very informative!
    I am in awe of someone who is able to put all this info into writing!
    Thanks again,

    1. Hi Edie,
      Thanks for your message, I appreciate your kind words. I try to help wherever I can, so just let me know what you need. Sorry for the delay in responding to you – I am traveling at the moment and my Internet time has been limited!

  7. Thanks a million. You are a gift from God. I have read your material and it has helped us with my wife who is now on her second chemo cycle. One element though which I believe need some support with Cancer patients is how to mange to psychological tramour both for the patient and the family. Thise events seem to happen quiet rapidly and decision making is very intense while time and finances are so scarce that you want always to make the right decision to avoide experimental disasters and waste. Worse of all the regret of the wrong decision if at all. If you can we would appreciate a check list group session to guide patients and support people through stages of management of cancer.

  8. Dear Marnie, I found you searching some help for my dear uncle (esophagus cancer) and I must tell you a big thank you for your great and generous work! Wish all of you great peaceful days, a healthier life and better doctors, form Mallorca

  9. Dear Marnie,
    This is my second time going through chemo. I was in remission for 2 years and doing well. I found your website quite by accident, and am so glad I did. You feel like a friend that I have not yet met, but understands. Thank you for being there, for caring, and understanding.

  10. Thanks so much for all your help Marnie. I’m delighted to continue to subscribe to your emails/newsletters/etc. You’ve been a huge help to me. Keep up the good work!!
    Aoife 🙂

    1. Dear Aoife,
      Thanks for your kind comments! I appreciate you as well. And be sure to let me know if you have any questions or need clarification on anything.
      Sending hugs,

  11. Marnie, you are such a wonderful and caring person. You have touched the life of so many and I am so glad you have touched mine. I look forward to your emails and newsletters. I have learned so much and want to learn much more to be able to stay cancer free, having it once was enough. Thank you for all you do.

  12. Dear Marie, Thank you for helping me gather information on how to battle my Triplet negative breast cancer. For the last year my battle has been ruff. I was diagnosed in March 2015and have been treat with chemo, developed all hospital infections which delayed my other chemo treatments for a few months which worried me because I knew time frame for treatment needs to be speedy. Now that I’ve made it through the first year, Surgery, treatment, reconstruction and numerous hospital stays for infection treatments. I’ve had peace of mind to do more research on triplet negative cancer and how to fight reoccurrence. It was pretty frightening to learn how aggressive this type of cancer is. Seems to be pretty much up to me to be virulent and follow the proper dieting program and exercise programs to enable my body to become stronger so I can fight it from coming back to some other area in the body. I will be using your information for my battle. Thank you for so much. YOU HAVE ALREADY TAKEN SOME OF THE FEAR OF THE UNKMOWN AWAY. lINDA

  13. Thank you for your information. I have been avoiding fruit since having breast cancer…with exception to low glycemic. It seems I can still have other fruits which will be a treat. Thank you also got the information on estrogen blocking foods:)

  14. I’m so glad I found you. It’s so scary navigating this cancer road. I had a lumpectomy and 3 sentinel nodes removed, chemo and now radiation. Thank you.

  15. So glad I found you whole browsing throughly the NET for information on TNBC. I am very confused over the types of food i can take as there were So many different advices from friends WHO are can cek survivals.

    Besides, one breast cancer survival gave me very negative reviews on TNBC. I was sad but couldn’t tell my family what is happening . I couldn’t tell them that my ca recurrence is very high especially after i have just lost my eldest brother to ca last christmas eve.

  16. Thank you for the information. I had DCIS low grade, no radiation and no chemo, just a lumpectomy. No meds after which worries it that it might come back. Appreciate all the information. Feeling blessed to have found this site.

  17. I am so glad I found you. I had Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (very small lump – caught very early) , no radiation, no chemo, double mastectomy and reconstruction surgery. The surgeon told me at the time I had the good kind of cancer all plus positive and that most likely after the surgery the oncologist would put me on Tamoxifen. After they found out the actual size of the cancer which was very very small the surgeon said that she did not feel I would need anything but it was up to my oncologist. Oncologist immediately put my on Tamoxifen and she wants me on it for 5 years. I have already been on it for a year. Now I am wondering if I even need it especially after reading stuff and learning so much from your site.

  18. I just want to say that Marnie is truly a blessing from above!! You do not come across individuals with such a big heart and willingness to help others, as Marnie does! I appreciate her kindness and caring nature. May God bless you and your family, always! With love and gratitude,

  19. Hi Marnie,
    I was diagnosed in December 2016 with breast cancer, and I am HER2+. I inquired about a nutritionist at the cancer center that I go to, but they currently don’t have one on staff. I am so glad I found your site and that you are willing to share your knowledge/research for free with other breast cancer survivors. I am the type of person that wants to leave no stone un-turned and use everything available to me for a positive outcome and to reduce the possibility of recurrence. So, thanks again for your generosity of sharing this information.

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