Sunday, April 12, 2009

What would you do if you were told you only had 2 years to live?

I never thought it would happen to me, but it did.

Just before Christmas 2007 I was taken to hospital after having a seizure and was diagnosed with a brain tumour. After undergoing brain surgery I was told that the tumour was a grade 4 glioma, described in the medical literature as being aggressively malignant and inevitably fatal. Then the surgeon told me that I only had a 10% chance of surviving two years.

So what did I do? I chose not to believe that I only had two years to live!

You Don’t Have To Die When Your Doctor Says tells the story of how I lifted the curse of a terminal diagnosis and transformed a medical tragedy into a life of joy, purpose and grace.

If you are suffering from cancer or any other serious disease, or have a terminal diagnosis, then this book can help you reclaim your power to choose your future.
Read how you can liberate yourself from discouraging statistics, access the power of the placebo, create faith in your ability to choose and engage your body’s natural healing abilities.

You don’t have to feel like a victim of circumstance with few choices and a predictable demise. You too can live with joy, purpose and grace in the face of a terminal diagnosis – and we all do have a terminal diagnosis!

Read this book. Apply the principles and exercises to your experience and face the challenge of your life.




You Don’t Have to Die When Your Doctor Says
By
David Elliot

Available for mail-order online at

http://www.survivecancer.info/

Order your copy today and start taking back your life.

2 comments:

  1. Been trying to find out if David Elliot is still alive today (june 2011), but this is really hard! Is he? I certainly hope so.

    Can someone tell me?

    Best wishes to you all,

    Ronald

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  2. Yes. Thanks for caring Ronald. My father died in march 2010. A while after his due by date. He at home, from pneumonia in the end because we couldn't give him properly. But after a long drawn out illness and death it was defiantly a relief. he certainly died with grace although although i have always feared he felt a failure for dying. Although i know due to the people he help this is not so

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