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Paw paws and graviola fruit fight cancer better than hospital treatments?

 
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In the book, “Cancer: step outside the box”, Ty Bollinger explains how paw paw and graviola fruit are selectively effective at killing cancer cells, and are much more effective than the big (expensive and ineffective) 3 that hospitals are allowed to use: Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation.
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/fruit-extract-10000-times-better-chemo
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/does-chemo-radiation-actually-make-cancer-more-malignant
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John, so could a person just eat the seeds?
 
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I've never heard of anyone eating the seeds. They are hard and not palatable. Not quite as hard as a plum pit, but definitely harder than an apricot seed or apple seed. I've grown paw paws for years. Graviola has apparently more of the good stuff but they are a tropical plant apparently. Hard to grow. You might be able to grow paw paw in Wyoming, Miles. They grow in Michigan. I have heard that the twigs are the most potent. Other sources have noted that people who ate a lot of the leaves developed a sickness. It could be like a lot of things that are used for medicine-too much is harmful.
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I am a believer that God gave us everything we need and for most things we can get by naturally. However as a cancer survivor, I can say that there really is no easy way out from the Big C. Trust that the universe gave some folks the brains to figure out treatments and go with that. There are way too much hokum to trust your life on. Just ask Steve Jobs. He had a very curable form of pancreatic cancer and took the alternative route and he died.
 
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Joe Portale says "I am a believer that God gave us everything we need and for most things we can get by naturally. However as a cancer survivor, I can say that there really is no easy way out from the Big C. Trust that the universe gave some folks the brains to figure out treatments and go with that. There are way too much hokum to trust your life on. Just ask Steve Jobs. He had a very curable form of pancreatic cancer and took the alternative route and he died."

You can trust the medical authorities and they will laugh all the way to the graveyard and their bank. The biggest hokum is that chemotherapy and radiation cure you. They kill you. I was talking about prevention, not curing. There is a lot of hokum put out by Big Pharma. 3% success rate for chemotherapy. It is actually difficult to find an alternative therapy that is close to being that ineffective and you can't find one that expensive. Steve Jobs refused help from the leading alternative therapies, was very secretive, and he died. I am sad that he was unwilling to use the effective alternative therapies, but it was his choice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWTHbGu8JSY

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