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‘Nature holds key to cancer cure, prevention’

By SOLA OGUNDIPE

A PRACTITIONER of Complementary Alternative Medicine, CAM, Dr. Isaac Ayodele has declared that, naturally,  cancer is not the death sentence it has been made out to be because the key to cancer treatment and cure lies within nature itself.

Pointing out that it is the fear from cancer that has killed more patients than the ailment itself, Ayodele,  who is National Coordinator of CAM Stakeholders in Nigeria, and CEO of Ayodele Slimmers and Naturopathic Clinic, declared: “There is no big deal in cancer. It is not a death sentence but a name invented by man to impose fear on patience.”

In his view, everybody has cancer cells. He explained that high intake of foods and drinks of the modern man was largely responsible for proliferation of the cancer cells to full cancer which can be reversed by the intake of natural foods, drinks and medication.

Ayodele urged cancer patients to include alternative remedies in their treatment by improving on their immunity, avoiding sugar, junk and fatty foods while eating more of raw foods, drinks and natural medication.

Referring to a testimony of Apostle Bimpe nee Fayose of her wellness from cancer contrary to the six months death sentence by the conventional medical doctors in Europe, he said it was an evidence that alternative medicine is a great way to treat cancer.

Speaking in Lagos, at a function held for a cancer survivor, Apostle Bimpe, who testified to have been healed from cancer without using orthodox medicine, Ayodele said conventional medical treatment for cancer had not improved the wellbeing of cancer patients any better than non-orthodox medicine.

He decried the huge financial burden of cancer treatment in the country every year, and called for incorporation of a dedicated plan or guideline in place as the best way to save cancer patients, while pointing out that evidence had shown that patients who refused medical procedures of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery had a lower mortality rates than those who submitted to the procedures.


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