Suzanne Somers Shares Clues to a Cure for Cancer (VIDEO)

suzanne somers breaking through stem cells cancer resistanceOn this week's episode of Suzanne Somers Breaking Through on the CafeMom Studios YouTube channel, Suzanne sat down with hematologist/oncologist Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj to talk about a curious term: "cancer resistance." As in, how some people actually seem to be immune from getting cancer. You know, like that person who smoked a pack a day and lived to 90? It's definitely an intriguing phenomenon worth exploring, and what's more, it seems like there's a really promising link between cancer resistance and a possible cure for cancer down the road.

Dr. Maharaj discussed about how young people have optimal immunity that guards against cancer and made a case for banking stem cells when you're young and healthy, so that you can reap the benefits of those stem cells later on when you age and become more cancer-prone. But then, he confirmed something even more miraculous.


In related animal research, white blood cells from mice that were "cancer resistant" were injected into mice with cancer ... and the cancer regressed! Amazing! Check out the whole conversation here ...

It's great to hear that there are steps we can be taking right now to boost our immunity and guard against cancer, such as focusing on a healthy diet, regular exercise, and managing stress (like Dr. Maharaj says, that is so underestimated!). You know, treating our body like a Maserati! But the idea that researchers might be able to tap into this preliminary research to create a natural cure for cancer is completely mind-blowing. When Maharaj says these initial results are simply "encouraging," it sounds like the understatement of the year.

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What do you think about this research? Do you think it sounds like it could lead to a cure for cancer?


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