Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy

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Doris Sokosh in Pulse of the Patient-Staying Cancer-Free with a Bio-Repair System

July 12, 2010

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Utilizing organic nutrition, detoxification, and other techniques, a bio-repair system attempts to allow the body to heal itself from diseases, such as cancer. By abiding to the guidelines of the system, Doris Sokosh has managed to remain free of cancer for nearly forty years.

In 1971, after being diagnosed with cancer, Sokosh received a radical mastectomy and a hysterectomy for treatment. She experienced severe weight loss due to these operations. When she weighed less than ninety pounds, her doctor believed that her condition was terminal and sent her home to spend time with her family.

Because she did not have any other options, she began following a bio-repair program administered by the Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy (F.A.C.T.). In addition to detoxification, she was drinking fresh vegetable juices that consisted of organic carrots, beets, and celery. READ MORE

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