By admin


Categories: Uncategorized

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Mia’s email to the family…

Hi Friends,

Mia is still in treatment and although she does have internet access she is minimizing her contact with the “outside” world.  Anyway below is an email she sent out to the family about 2 weeks ago and so as to get to know what she’s thinking and doing I thought (with Mia’s permission of course) of posting this here.

It’s a little long and intense but this is what it’s like in reality.

thanks again for your support – gil/admin

P.S. I’ve changed some names for privacy reasons.


Dearest Family,

I finally met the Doc…here’s a some history on this particular divine appointment… Continued…



By Mia

1 Comment

Categories: Uncategorized

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Detox Is Key

One of the things I failed to realize, which I hope others can avoid, is the absolute importance of detoxification in the pursuit of healing.  I was so focused on the cure that I did not fully grasp how much I needed to clean up my body from all the toxicity it had accumulated over time.

Of course, in the early days I had not realized the possible causes of my cancer since I was unaware of certain factors that contributed to my condition.  I  pretty much felt like what another cancer patient said, “I felt like I just stood up, and someone threw a cancer ball that hit me.”

At that time, I thought I was fairly healthy in my diet and others thought so too.  I do know I was lacking in the exercise department, and bordering on the side of overdoing-it with my part time jobs and other multi-tasking habits.  All this plays a part in toxicity and wearing out the immune system.

So, in the early days I knew detox was important but not that important.  Now that I’m just 10 days away from my 3rd month of operation-c or OC (what I will now name this journey of healing from cancer), I am putting credit where it is due which is to detox my body.  It’s time to get clean!

(Note: One book that shed light on the importance of detox is A Cancer Battle Plan Sourcebook by Dave Frahm)



By Mia


Categories: Uncategorized

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Hello & Hafa Adai!

My name is Mia and this is my journey to be healed from cancer.  I am 33 and a non-smoker diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in late December 2009 because it has spread to my brain.  I was about to also do a bone survey & CT scan of my abdomen, but decided against it after researching that doing more scans could actually contribute to cancer spreading more.  I especially decided this having just gone through 5 or more scans in a span of less than 2 weeks.

On this site, I will be writing about my experience to pursue being cancer free while prioritizing alternative cancer treatments.  I am encouraged to hear and read stories about people who have found and used their cancer cure, and I hope that I will become one of them.  Family and friends have also contacted us about how they can help, and one in particular, Diana Learned, started the concept more than 2 months ago of having a site which will also provide a means to make donations for anyone able to do so.  We are heeding her wonderful suggestion and we thank all of you for your love, support, and prayers as I go through this healing season.

(Note: This site is very new and in progress, but we’ll start updating more soon.)