Eva – breast cancer
Hello, in March 2020 I went for my regular mammography, and a small formation was detected. A subsequent biopsy revealed it to be malignant. I had surgery in May and had the 2.6 mm tumour removed. I heard I needed to come back for 25 radiotherapy sessions. Naturally, I broke down and became depressive. Later I calmed down and went online to read all available information, reviews, and recommendations. At last, I began taking 4×50 mg of Penoxal a day. I wanted to strengthen my immunity first. While taking the medicine and undergoing the therapy, I felt very well, without growing tired and suffering from any side effects related to the radiotherapy. The senior doctor was very happy I didn’t display any side effects. Therefore, I decided to continue taking Penoxal in order to keep strengthening my immunity. And it may have been a wise decision.
In August 2020, I was involved in a serious traffic accident and suffered a compound ankle bone fracture. I consulted with doctors and was allowed to keep taking Penoxal while hospitalised at the trauma ward. I spent a long time at the hospital and underwent several difficult surgeries. As I kept taking Penoxal regularly, I felt fine and in good shape despite my serious injury; the physicians couldn’t believe that I pulled through without an issue and wasn’t tired at all. Faith heals as they say, but I think Penoxal helped as well. At the moment I can walk without the assistance of braces and crutches and need to go to the oncology ward only for my regular check-ups. I still take Penoxal; throughout the treatment I’ve never been sick or had cold which I view as a small miracle in our current covid era.
Eva, 57 years
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