This 7-year Survivor Beat Stage IV Brain Cancer by Basically Changing His Diet!

4 months ago

After experiencing seizures, James McCraw was diagnosed with Stage IV Glioblastoma Multiforme (aggressive brain cancer). He went on to have surgery, which removed only ½ of the tumor, underwent chemotherapy and radiation, resulting in a prognosis of only 14 months to live - at best. Refusing to let his fate remain only in the hands of conventional medicine, James began to research and began to embrace an anti-inflammatory diet which included raw garlic, turmeric, cayenne pepper, ginger and more. He learned that targeting cancer stem cells is key to becoming cancer free. Join James Templeton and James McCraw for an inspiring story of how one man beat a death sentence by using simple spices in his own cupboard! Today, James McCraw enjoys riding his bicycle, working out with weights, and maintaining a health blog!

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