Healing Breast Cancer with Haelan
After refusing surgeryfor breast cancer, a woman turns to a fermented soy supplement- with remarkable results
By Donna Sage, MS. S.A.
Haelan is a uniquely processed soy supplement. In addition to demonstrating anti-cancer effects, Haelan is anti-vira4 anti-allergy, and anti-inflammatory, and it is also a vasodilator. It has been shown in studies to improve brain, lung, heart, andliver functioning while strengthening the body on a cellular level. Tberefore, its effectiveness as a nutritional supplement covers a myriad of con- ditions, including but not limited to: HIV, multiple sclerosis, kidneyfail ure, liverproblems, lungproblems, Parkinson's disease, malaria, chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis, macular degeneration, ulcers, parasites, viral and bacterial infections, and acne. For more scientific discussion and research about Haelan, please refer to the JanuarylFebruary 1999 issue of the Well Being Journal, which is available as a back issue (see page 40) or on the website www.wellbeingiournal.com.
PATTY SOCCOMAN, age 64, was surprised when she noticed a lump in her right breast. A mother of six, grandmother of twelve, and great-grandmother of three, Patty had led an active life. An ultrasound in August 1997 revealed a suspicious mass. When imaged with mammography in October 1997, it was a 15xl5x2O-mm suspected cancer growth. Patty was diagnosed with ductile carcinoma that month. Her doctor hypothesized that the cancer had begun grow ing about 8 years prior to its appearance. This had been a time of stress for Patty. She believes stress was the prime factor in the cancer's development. Her doctor was very con cerned that the cancer had metastasized, and he recommended a comprehensive exam including a biopsy. The cancer had not spread at this point, but the biopsy revealed a malignant tumor. Patty's doctor proposed two courses of action, either a total mas tectomy or a lumpectomy with removal of the lymph nodes under her arm followed by aggressive radia tion. Patty wanted to keep her lymph nodes and wanted to start with the least invasive treatment options first. She chose a lumpectomy. The doctor was shocked that she didn't want her lymph nodes removed. When she arrived for surgery, he refused to do the lumpectomy, because she would not au thorize removal of the lymph nodes. This surgeon referred Patty to an oncologis t who tried to scare her into doing not only the lumpectomy, but also total removal of the lymph nodes under her arm. Patty encourages all cancer patients, especially women, not to be "bullied" into aggressive, and often mutilating, treatment protocols. She says, "My doc tor tried to scare me into surgery. I was anxious after my visit, because my doctor was so aggressive.... He said that if he was my husband, he would duct tape my mouth shut and force me to have the radical sur gery. I think he is liable for emotional malprac'tice.... That was the last time I went to that doctor!" After that, Patty chose to forego the lumpectom y altogether and continued to look for alternative therapies.
She and her husband (who is a holistic physician) went to a medical symposium, where she met an old friend who recommended supplementing with Haelan. fermented soy beverage. They also met Joe Todesco, whose company manufactures and imports Haelan. After several hours, they agreed that Haelan was worth a try.
Patty began drinking a bottle per day of Haelan on November 4, 1997. She had a follow-up mammogram six weeks later that revealed a significant decrease in tumor size. "I was amazed," reports her radiologist, Dr. Robert L. Turk, in a recent interview about Patty~s recovery from cancer. A third mammogram revealed a 50% reduction in the vessel supplying nutrients to the minute tumor. She had four more mammograms, and each time the tumor was measured, it had decreased in size.
Her most recent mammogram, in August 1999, revealed only a shadow where the dead tumor once was. Dr. Turk says, "The remaining [tissue -of the tumor] is an extremely small focus; the mass of the tumor has been continually cascading downward." He confirmed that there are no other nodes or other signs of cancer in the breast tissue. All of her organs have been scanned by Ultrasound, and there is no evidence of metastases.
When asked if he has seen comparable results with other treatments for breast cancer in his 32 years of experience, he said, "This doesrA occur; I have not seen these kinds of improvements. Frankly, most
people don't wait on surgery... The fact that Patty did was different. It has provided an unbelievable opportunity to follow her progress [with her natural choices]
Dr. Turk is skeptical about chemotherapy. He says, "Doctors sell treatments for cancer, not cures. They are always in opposition to opportunities like Haelan.... There is a great effort by the FDA to stop quacks' ... but you cannot assume that if the FDA apprUVC:b UH14-Cr treatments, they are safe." Haelan is an FDA-approved food supplement, but not an approved cancer treatment. When asked if he recommends Haelan, he responded with a chuckle, "My wife is on it, if that is any indication!" Mrs. Turk is surviving colon and liver cancer.
In addition to drinking Haelan, Patty supplemented with flax oil, COQ10, and fresh vegetable and fruit juices; she also took 40 chelation treatments and supplemented with Vitamin C. She began eating at least 80% raw, organic foods in her diet. She eliminated sugar and alcohol, got an air purifier, and shifted more of her attention to prayer and faith. She also rented funny movies and cassettes to stimulate her killer T-cell production. Patty says, "I am so happy. If i had gone with chemotherapy or radiation, I would not have had the quality of life through all of this. I might not even be alive!"
Patty attributes her recovery primarily to Haelan and a strong faith in God. She took a full bottle a day for seven months and currently continues on a maintenance dose of two ounces morning and night. She also gives credit to the significant lifestyle and nutritional improvements for maintaining her cancer-free body. Patty says that her cancer was a wake- up call, an opportunity for her to assess all aspects of her life, and that she is thankful for her second chance at life. She hasn't missed a beat.
DONNA SAGE, M.S. S.A. is a bolistic bealtb consultant and writer in Florissant, CO. A graduate of Case Western Reserve University, she continually researcbes nutrition for the cancer patient. To learn more, visit www.sagepartnemcom1baelan or call 1-877-655-4433.
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