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Tehillim

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Besurois toivois
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Heartfelt Refuah Shlaimah and only good news iyH
May he have a complete total Refuah

Refuah Shaleima
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Refuah Shaleima

Today there are many innovations in Cancer treatment. IYH he should have the right shaliach and refuah shaleima

One Who Knows
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One Who Knows

Instead of going the “conventional” chemotherapy/surgery rout, why not try the “alternative” methods. The regular doctors are prohibited by LAW from telling you what your other options are, but B’H, the internet has a tremendous amount of good information (obviously you have to be careful and not just believe everything) but THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS of people have brought the the big Sea Monster under control and even cured it, without the horrible side effects and impoverishment of the cancer industry. The regular doctor’s main technique is to use FEAR. They frighten you into thinking that if you don’t go their… Read more »

Wonderful!
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Wonderful!

I am glad to hear Mr. Rosenberg is being helped & I pray he has an immediate refuah.

Now can Rabbi Firer PLEASE get back to my cousin in London? Emails, faxes, conversations with others, & still nothing. I know he is under tremendous pressure with so many desperate patients, but I am begging. This is a very serious situation. If Rabbi Firer wants to see what he can do, please call me in Israel – 058-500-3111.

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How can we reach you for the alternative recovery.

To Number 6
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Wheatgrass juice 10 oz a day, other raw veggie juices 16-24 oz a day, 16 bitter apricot seeds and two dried apricots a day, a teaspoon of baking soda and molasses to maintain an alkaline pH 3-4 times a week, no animal protein (except for 1/2 oz of fish and 1/2 oz of chicken on Shabbos to be yotsei) no dairy, no sugar, no salt, no alcohol, no processed foods, no white flour, lots of raw or lightly sauteed organic veggies, peas, beans, nuts, seeds and whole grains. Lots of davening, exercise, meditation, going to sauna or hot yoga, and… Read more »

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Thanks for taking the time to respond.
Stay well and lots of luck!!

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