When the Diagnosis is Cancer …

… don’t always believe EVERYTHING your doctor tells you.

From the New York Times today:

Bonnie Franklin, Steadfast Mom on ‘One Day at a Time,’ Dies at 69

Bonnie Franklin, whose portrayal of a pert but determined Ann Romano on the television show “One Day at a Time” in the 1970s and ’80s spun laughter out of the tribulations of a divorced woman juggling parenting, career, love life and feminist convictions, died on Friday at her home in Los Angeles. She was 69.The cause was complications of pancreatic cancer, family members said. They had announced the diagnosis in September.

More: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/02/arts/television/bonnie-franklin-actress-dies-at-69.html?_r=0

Another young(ish) life cut short by cancer.  But it didn’t necessarily have to be.  I don’t know what course of treatment she took (if any), but her death is a sobering reminder that there are other, natural, and more successful cancer-fighting options than modern medicine’s barbaric cut-burn-and-poison “therapy”.

I ask you to keep an open mind and take 55 minutes to watch G. Edward Griffin’s “A World Without Cancer: The Story of Vitamin B-17”:

Also, Rick Simpson’s “Run FROM the Cure”:

Keep an open mind and know ALL of your options … when the diagnosis is cancer.

Good day, and good health!