Michele Brunoro looks back on her cancer journey

Michele Brunoro looks back on her cancer journey 1


Last year, CTV anchor Michele Brunoro was one of the more than 3,800 B.C. women diagnosed with breast cancer. Now, she's looking back on her journey.

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2 Comments on "Michele Brunoro looks back on her cancer journey"

  1. Saw a report where a study showed by reducing the acidity of the body a cancer can’t survive . A German scientist found that cancer cells die in a base solution . Baking sofa in water can help with chemo sickness as well as mustard pickles . My own experience taught me this .

  2. Planet Vegan | June 9, 2020 at 5:04 PM | Reply

    My sympathies. Children should not be fed meat as it is a known cancer causer. Peace.

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