Jackie Bennett’s Cancer Survivor Story | Invasive…

Jackie Bennett:

My name is Jackie Bennett. I was first diagnosed in 1995, and I did have surgery, they removed the lump, but I didn’t like any of the treatments that were to follow. I went to Mexico and did a neural networking. It was frequencies, and juicing, and various supplements that they tested you for to see that your body needed them. After that, I knew I needed a home program and I chose the Kelley Program because I knew that’s something that I could do, and that was juicing and supplements.

Jackie Bennett:

I was able actually to work with Dr. Kelley over the phone and then with someone he had trained to help implement his program. Every Thursday night we also had a support group call of other people doing the program and with Dr. Kelley. I also learned about Dr. Gonzalez who followed Dr. Kelley.

Jackie Bennett:

I also instituted various other types of modalities. I did the grease test, which helped you to know what nutraceuticals would help kill your cancer and support your body. My approach has been a natural one and I’ve been able to keep no recurrence until the Hammer theory kicked in. And that theory is that when you have a trauma, a physical, emotional, psychological trauma, it will show up somewhere in your body within three years.

Jackie Bennett:

My husband died, my daughter got a divorce, my house burned, my house that my husband and I had created. He was an architect and so I was able to have my dream home, a healthy home, one that I could fit to all the things that I did to support my health, but I lost that house to a fire, had to move to another house, and it’s kind of opposite to the one I had. I also remarried, and then also my sister committed suicide so I just had a series of these type of traumas.

Jackie Bennett:

The cancer did recur in around 2009, which was three years after my husband’s death, and I used alternative methods and we continued on to keep that at bay but the trauma kept going. I also went to Mexico again and did a treatment with Dr. Tony and …

Speaker 2:

Was that Tony Jimenez?

Jackie Bennett:

Yes, Dr. Jimenez.

Speaker 2:

Now, what type of cancer did you say it was?

Jackie Bennett:

I have… I was originally diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma and they found two small lumps in my left breast.

Speaker 2:

When was that approximately?

Jackie Bennett:

That was in 1995, but in 2010 there seemed to be a recurrence and I did various treatments and then that was subsided. At some point in 2012 the cancer mutated and just kind of exploded to a lot of different areas. With the advice of my alternative methods practitioners, I did go to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, which has natural and supportive treatments along with the regular type treatments.

Jackie Bennett:

No, I did do the surgery but after the surgery, which was in January of ’96, I shifted to the Kelley Program.

Jackie Bennett:

Because I knew that you don’t just cut it out and you’re done, and I knew that …

Speaker 2:

How did you know that?

Jackie Bennett:

Well, I’ve actually had a lot of health problems I had to overcome throughout life. I was already one of those people that juiced and tried to eat right but I lived in a town that had a factory that was putting out deadly chemicals and I was right in the path and I think my immune system just couldn’t handle it all.

Jackie Bennett:

We had acreage, my husband was a country boy and we had a garden and I juiced and bring it right from the garden and juice it. Best way, if you can do it, and I got rid of a lot of things doing that.

Jackie Bennett:

I learned this through Truth About Cancer, through cancer tutor, a lot of different things. One thing was a beta glucan to up your immune system. Another was the enzymes to help your digestion and also taking them during times that you’re not eating so that it can help diges t the cancer and it wouldn’t be busy digesting food. Of course, no sugar and what would be called a Pagan diet, a lot of non-starchy vegetables, certain amount of starchy vegetables, the right kind.

Jackie Bennett:

I’ve really been through a whole lot of different, I’ve done everything from all raw to the vegan but I found that what works for me is mostly non-starchy vegetables, a little bit of the right kind of meat. Basically, right now I’m trying to avoid starchy vegetables like potatoes but there are some seeds that are light grains that I can use.

Jackie Bennett:

We traveled to various places for diagnosis and for treatment, including California and Mexico. He was a little skeptical but he was open. None of us really know what happened. My alternative doctors didn’t know what happened, I don’t know what happened, I don’t know what made it mutate except I do have this.

Jackie Bennett:

When I got to the Cancer Treatment center, one of the naturopaths said that when you’ve been doing high dose vitamin C and then you stop without …

Speaker 2:

Tapering off?

Jackie Bennett:

Tapering off, what happened to me can happen. That may have been what it was because I had been doing the intravenous high dose vitamin C and B17 and different things. Now I’m doing it, keeping going once a week with it.

Speaker 2:

Okay.

Jackie Bennett:

The Truth About Cancer. They kept adding new information.

Speaker 2:

Who’s they, just in case our audience doesn’t know.

Jackie Bennett:

Oh, when I … The online, the coming to the meetings, the doctors that we had here, the wealth of knowledge that the people they brought in. The Truth About Cancer help fill in a lot of information that I needed. I live in a small town and just didn’t have access to a lot of doctors who knew a lot about cancer, and probably the ones I would have found wouldn’t have the type of treatment I would want to agree to.

Jackie Bennett:

I found this whole community of people with a wealth of knowledge that were able to give me the kind of knowledge I was looking for. They came from all sources, the doctors, the chiropractors, the nutritionist, people who experienced cancer themselves and who had gotten over it naturally.

Jackie Bennett:

There are always new things coming out and these doctors kept current on … Some things we thought were true changed and they weren’t and it’s just being able to stay current with the best information that was available at the time and being able to incorporate it into what I was doing to make it more effective. Then some searches I had been on such as the light and frequency, especially at this particular cancer meeting that we were having. It filled in a lot of gaps on the science behind the frequencies and the light and how it assisted in your healing.

Jackie Bennett:

I have been able to find the medical doctors who will let me do my treatments and then there was, which has narrowed me down to just one targeted therapy, which is not as harmful to your body. I am still looking for the bottom line of what I have to do to be able to get rid of that therapy, which is probably the dental work. That’s kind of my quest right now to find the right doctors, the right way, the right time, because I’ve been told that I really couldn’t withstand having all this done at once and so I really am right now just working on the right way to get root canals done.

Jackie Bennett:

After my husband died I got the mercury out but somehow every tooth that they took the mercury from I wound up having to have a root canal. I don’t know if it was the technique of the doctor or that my immune system was just so low at that time from having been through his cancer battle and maybe not having the strength I really needed for my own healing. It’s kind of, I don’t know.

I think diet change would be one thing you really need to do. Don’t keep doing what you have been doing if it’s something that is contributing to your cancer. That would take a lot of study because not the same diet is good for everyone. Find someone who can really help you with that and find the right supplements, build your immune system. I believe in enzymes and the beta glucagon and just keep searching and working. Depending on what you have, you probably need to be able to keep up with where you are in your progress.

Jackie Bennett:

Well, just keep tuning. Truth About Cancer keeps giving good information out every week, sometimes every day, and all the sources you can find to give you information and find a good practitioner to help you.

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