Al, 55 years – prostate cancer
My name is Al Freeman, I was born on February 20, 1963. It's been three years since I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. I have an operation in which my tumor has been removed but I have not been that lucky.
Walter, 72 years – colon cancer
Because the problems did not persist I went to hospital for a medical exam. From there I was send for colonoscopy and diagnosed with malignant colon cancer.
Melvin Chamberlain, 45 years – thymus cancer
They found a tumor in the thymus (the anterior mediastima tumor) that started pushing the vocal nerve and the left vocal cord was completely paralyzed hence the loss of voice.
Ivan Downer, 62 years – oesophageal cancer
By the end of February 2017 I started to have swallowing problems and the doctor sent me for further gastro examination. They found that I had a malignant tumor which was confirmed by the histology.
Esther, 45 years - thyroid cancer
During the three months just before the next biopsy my daughter had enlarged lymph nodes and her cervical nodules were painful. Results of the repeated thyroid biopsy and the nodes were found to be positive.
Milo Pusten, 57 years - colon cancer
At the beginning of 2010 aged 51 I had a fairly peaceful personal and professional life until I was diagnosed multiple liver metastases. The primary tumour was in the descendent colon.
Paula Smith, 57 years - breast cancer
In September 2014 after the mammography screening I was diagnosed breast cancer. It was clear from the start; the evidence showed it was a tumour with a high proliferation.
Mr. and Mrs. Pavlov - kidney cancer + video
During the prostate examination my husband had a neoplasm found on his kidney, and the following assessment showed it was cancer.
Dagmar - uterine cancer
I was introduced to Penoxal by my granddaughter. She has brought it over, because I had uterine cancer and she wanted to help me using a natural product. Before cancer I had suffered from frequent colds and a weak immunity.
Dagmar Seibert - thyroid disease + video
In 2014 my thyroid was removed, but I continued to feel very tired. The next assessment revealed follicular lymphoma where the thyroid used to be. I underwent an operation followed by radiotherapy.
John, 74 years - lung cancer
After chemotherapy I succumbed to eternal fatigue, excessive mood swings and other troubles connected with it. Anyone who has undergone chemotherapy treatment certainly knows what I'm talking about.
Stanley, 58 years - prostate cancer
Though my doctor was highly qualified, along with the biopsy results he harshly responded “you have cancer and you can choose where to have an operation”. In that moment my world crumbled and I was glad to be sitting.