Ovarian cancer, or cancer of the ovaries, is one of the most common types of cancer in women.
The ovaries are a pair of small organs located low in the tummy that are connected to the womb and store a woman’s supply of eggs.
Ovarian cancer mainly affects women who have been through the menopause (usually over the age of 50), but it can sometimes affect younger women.
Lixia from California was diagnosed with a very aggressive ovarian cancer on the right side in 2020. Following surgery a nodule was found on the left side. Her oncologist advised chemotherapy which Lixia declined as she had two brothers who had passed away while undergoing chemo.
Having tried one alternative treatment clinic with no effect she returned to her oncologist who cut the growth out and then suggested she be admitted to a hospice. She also rejected this.
She then heard about Verita Life and did copious research and made the decision to attend, her first visit was in 2021. On arrival Lixia said she was so very weak, she completed a personalized protocol and began to feel stronger, once completed she returned home and says her family ‘could not believe the difference’ she felt physically and mentally stronger. After discharge she continued with the at home treatments and her condition was monitored.
She attended for follow up and review in January 2022. Her latest scan showed one small nodule on the fold of her left leg and no metastatic growth anywhere. When she first came to Verita Life Mexico her CA125 was 475 and on this latest visit it is 170 a significant decrease.
She wholeheartedly recommends Verita Life Mexico.
Treatment and Improvements
As detailed above Lixia’s latest scan showed one small nodule on the fold of her left leg and no metastatic growth anywhere. When she first came to Verita Life Mexico her CA125 was 475 and on this latest visit it is 170 a significant decrease.