Cancer Patient Given 6 Months To Live in 2012

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We still haven’t found real cure for cancer. There are always studies that show X fruit, or X vegetable can help slow down cancer, prevent cancer, and in some cases, treat cancer.

But we rarely truly believe in these studies. Until we see a story that proves those studies. Anthony Evans was given just six months of life in 2012. He was diagnosed with cancer.

But he decided not to give in to his diagnosis, and try to combat cancer. Now, many years later, he tries to inspire people and show them the perks of “Plant Power”.

He attributes his survival to three things: plant-based diet, fitness, and a positive mindset. If you possess those three, you can do anything, even survive cancer.


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