Miracle “cures” range from cannabis to sodium bicarbonate, ionized water to lemon juice and beyond. Just because someone on the internet says something has worked for them, it doesn’t mean it’s true. There have even been cases where famous health bloggers have lied about having cancer to promote a miracle cure.
In addition, there is no one-size-fits-all cancer treatment. While one treatment may work for one person, it may not work for the next. Unless you can find specific medical evidence of a treatment’s success, don’t be fooled–some “cures” could actually be extremely harmful.
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