Friday, February 12, 2021

Cancer : Breast Cancer Gone: Bee January 2020


Cancer : Breast Cancer Gone: Bee     January 2020

 January 2020 started with a breath of fresh air for Bee! She received the exciting news from her oncologist and medical team that her diagnosed  breast cancer was in clinical remission (no evidence of disease), the CA 125 markers  dropped from 9 to 7, the CA 15-3 markers measured at 6 well within the normal range, the thermography scan and MRI scan confirmed all was clear and the Navarro Test dropped from 53.0 to 50.5 ( 50 and below indicates no cancer). All measurements for Bee indicate that there is no more cancer left in her breast or body. Bee is celebrating her big win. She worked hard to win this race and now it is time to celebrate! Anyone diagnosed with cancer can do what Bee did and reap the rewards of good health. This is not a remission. Remission means that the cancer might come back. This is a win. Bee totally knows that by following the Laws of Nature in keeping your body in health the cancer cannot return! Bee tells her story.

 On Dec 21/2018 Bee was diagnosed with breast cancer. This was a very challenging time in her life. Different doctors, different individuals, different practitioners all giving her advice on what treatments or directions she was supposed to take. During this time, there were some hard decisions to make. The first decision she chose to proceed with weren’t easy, but she knew how she wanted to move forward. “I chose surgery to remove the lump; a lumpectomy. I decided chemo and radiation was out of the question. My intuition and gut were telling me there was more options for me. I started to feel confident that I would find the right path for me. I started researching; social media, Facebook, different people offering advice, Mexico, umpteen alternatives and nothing felt right.” Then one day, a woman that Bee had known reached out privately with a message and told Bee that her sister, Shawna had gone through breast cancer and could be a great resource of information and asked if Bee would be interested in contacting her. Bee initially ignored the offer. How could Shawna be any different than all the other women she had talked to? More alternatives, more people, more research! This went on for 10 days. After feeling a bit lost, she found herself going back to the message. “No-one out there really gave me any solid information that resonated with me. I decided to give Shawna a call. Shawna’s response was so very unusual; you may not believe me, she said, cancer is just an injury. And anyone can heal an injury. I can give you all the ideas. I can tell you what you need to do but you really need to do to start your healing process is the TAFYH program!”

 “Shawna’s conversation was so very different compared to what I heard from all the other people I had spoken with in the first 4 weeks since diagnosis. Her energy and zest for life was contagious and instantly I knew she was confident in the information she had provided me to heal. She gave me the link to Donna’s website and I decided to check it out. I called Donna and she went through the 5 pillars with me;

Injury, Inflammation, Elimination, Infection, circulation. It spoke to me. It felt right. I knew I could do it. TAFYH is learning, hands on, working with a team, using Mother Nature to heal my body! This was beautiful. It’s exactly what I was looking for. I registered for TAFYH! I was on board!”

 In the meantime, Bee also had one foot in the door of the medical model. There was a whole oncology team, doctors, appointments, constantly drumming the chemo regime, adamantly telling me I was making the wrong decision and putting my life at risk. "In my head I would scream, you are not listening to me, this is not what I want!  Every time I heard the words, chemo regime I would have a panic attack and break into tears. To me this was a sure sign that I needed to follow the Paw Paw program and do TAFYH. I knew it was important to take my life back.”

 Bee started TAFYH in May 2019 with a great supportive team. “TAFYH was very strict. The lessons were emailed to me daily and I placed them into a 3-ring binder so I could go back and reread them. I understood the importance of raising my body temperature and I worked hard to do so. Cancer cannot grow in a body temperature of 37 C. I even went to an ND to do loco-regional hyperthermia therapy to raise my body temperature and began mistletoe therapy (immune stimulation). I cleansed my blood for 3 months with high doses of MC as instructed by Donna Roth, I exercised daily, I incorporated grass fed, red meat. I remember how excited I was when my body temperature in the mornings averaged 36.8. Shawna was a great mentor and now a dear friend. She answered all my silly questions. She helped me deal with emotional traumas. I came to realize the great impact emotional trauma had on my health. I would constantly dwell on the past. I would turn to alcohol to drown my past and was using alcohol to suppress my emotions. Today, I am proud to say I have not touched a drop of alcohol for 1 year. In TAFYH, I learned to express gratitude every single day. I learned to see my greatness every day. My epiphany became evident when I looked at my negativity, my anger, my frustration, my miserable self. I gave it all up! I focused on gratitude and on creating inspiring habits as we did in TAFYH every day. This was freedom. I even laughed when my car broke down, instead of getting frustrated or angry, I remembered it is just a car. Instead, I reminded myself that it’s a beautiful day and it’s so great to be alive. Each day I am reminded, what I am thankful for today, what I am creating today. I live that way.”


Bee has some recommendations for all women suffering from breast cancer.

1.    Take time to make decisions otherwise you will be bulldozed into making quick uninformed decisions. It is your life, do what feels right for you, you have the time.   

2.    Trust your own intuition. Trust your gut and stick with it.

3.    Be committed. You can’t be half/half. Let go of who you once were and build up your better self.

4.    I, 100% recommend TAFYH. It is easy if you are committed to yourself, your team, and to others. When you feel off track or lost, it is so great to have a nice call 20 minutes a day for more intelligence, more support, for celebrating with your team. TAFYH is the best starting point for everyone with cancer. It is about proper nutrition, detoxing, community, and about taking control. Your relationships with your loved ones grow. Your loved ones are watching you succeed, and it inspires them. My TAG team is still with me and they are my community to this day. Cheering me along, lifting me up. 

5.    Be patient and trust the process. Its not going to happen in just a few days. It takes time. Advocate for yourself every single day; stick to your guns 100% of the time. Going back is never an option. You must let go of who you once were and start new.

6.    Don’t expect your oncologist to endorse your therapeutic nutritional program. My oncologist said I made the right choice but never once asked me what I did to overcome cancer. They are in a “protocol box”, so ensure you gather a medical team that supports your decisions and the work of healing yourself naturally.

7.    Meditate, practice daily positive affirmations, be grateful, be present and forge your own path. Ensure the energies you keep around are positive, rid any negative relationships or emotions from your body. 

8.    And finally, be the success story you envision.  Every day, I tell myself, “I am happy, I am healthy, I am well, I am a success story and my body is healed.”


“I love being present each day and look forward to a lively future. Every day I work on continuous optimal health. I am at my highest vibration. I am mindful to be grateful, happy, supportive. I believe in a higher supreme power which gives us all the tools for overcoming health challenges. They are all there. You just have to learn how to take control and use them. I now understand who I am really meant to be.”


“Thank you, Donna, and TAFYH for helping to get me on the right track to learn what it means to truly live a healthy life full of love and gratitude.  I will continue to advocate for my health and encourage others to do the same as we are all possible of breaking the habits of our old selves and creating a new, better version that is inspiring to the world.”