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Australian Patient’s Integrative Treatment for Brain Cancer “Ticked all the boxes”

Dr. Adem Günes & Dr. Abdulla El-Hossami

03.09.2021
Australian Patient’s Integrative Treatment for Brain Cancer “Ticked all the boxes”

Poised and well-spoken, Nina Concannon opens up about her cancer and treatment experience. She went to bed as she always did one night, but upon having a seizure in her sleep and being rushed to hospital, she was diagnosed with a Brain Tumour. This was in 2013.

After trying out two surgeries and having neither of them is as effective as she’d hoped, Nina almost threw in the towel and psychologically began preparing herself to go the chemo and radiotherapy routes. However, relentless and determined, she kept doing some research hoping to find another form of treatment that wouldn’t be as harsh on her body as chemo and radiotherapy.

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It was after spending great amounts of time online and talking to friends, that Nina learned about various cancer treatments such as Hyperthermia. Extremely optimistic and relieved, Nina and her husband continued doing even more research. This is how they discovered Verita Life.

After traveling to Bangkok, Nina received various kinds of treatment as part of her comprehensive treatment plan. She had supplements, herbs, colonics, detoxing, and even massages.

Nina remarks that the entire treatment worked wonderfully for her. She was also very impressed and floored by the experience she had at the world-class facilities in Bangkok, emphasizing with emotion, that she felt “like a celebrity.”

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