Our exceptional cancer patients talk about their exceptional outcomes.
Most of these outcomes have been hard earned. They are the result of the patient’s tenacity, will to live and expert guidance provided by our cancer navigation services. Available to those enrolled in a Survive & Thrive Cancer Navigation Package from the Grace Gawler Institute.?
As well, many of the patients below received a special cell-based cancer vaccine overseas, in conjunction with their other treatments. The vaccine has been successfully used (in Asia) since the 1990’s with over 10,000 patients – little to no side effects. As a result, some of the patients experienced DNA repair to damaged genes that were driving their cancers.
Testimonial Ethics: All Grace Gawler Institute testimonials are medically verifiable. Photos are omitted to protect patient privacy. Where the patient is deceased there is no avatar icon and the death is noted in the update. This is rare.. We know patients place faith in testimonials, however;?there are many internet cancer testimonials that are not updated after death.
Testimonial for the Survive and Thrive Cancer Navigation Package:
1. Melinda – Gold Coast – 9 February 2019
At 35 years of age, happily married mother of 2 young children, I was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer with no symptoms.? It turned my world upside down.?? When notifying some close friends of my prognosis, they shared personal details of their own terminal cancer battle within their family and the successes they?d been having against the odds.? They gave us hope and what was to become the most critical support advice I have received in my cancer battle. ?They recommended that I contact The Grace Gawler Institute immediately.? My husband made contact the day after my prognosis, and after an initial consultation I committed to the Navigation Package and it has proven to be the BEST decision in my journey.? One of the first things Grace said to me was ??the word terminal is for buses…? and from that moment it flicked a switch within me and set the positive mindset I need to fight the cancer beast.?
2. Diane – Triple Negative?Stage IV Breast Cancer – Diagnosed 2015 -? New Zealand?
In 2015, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I had a wide, local excision. Because my cancer is triple negative, meaning it will not respond to hormonal therapy, I was recommended to undergo chemotherapy and radiotherapy, which I did and it was not pleasant.?In 2017, it was found my cancer had returned and metastasised to the liver. As it was close to the hepatic vein, surgery was not an option. After scans, I was told by my oncologist that I had a life expectancy of 3 to 6 months, could be double that if I underwent chemotherapy.
3. Ben – Brain Tumour Glioblastoma Stage IV Wildtype -??Diagnosed ? 3/6/17 – NSW Australia
My wife and I were directed to Grace by another patient. This patient was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given six months to live. This was 5 years ago! I was diagnosed with a grade IV Glioblastoma and with so many things happening medically it was an extremely stressful time. We purchased the Cancer Navigation (NAV) package and the very next day had a Skype session with Grace.?Prior to speaking with Grace, we had been told that there was no cure and treatment was limited to radiation and chemotherapy.?The first thing that stood out for us was Grace?s knowledge. Speaking to her for the first time was exciting as we realised there was hope.
4. Carol – Advanced Stage 4 Metastatic Urothelial Cancer -? New Zealand
Grace saved my mums life. She read the medical files, had a Skype session with us, told us who could help, forwarded all files and a summary to those doctors, and kept in relatively good