Endorsements

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If a doctor said to you, “I’m sorry, it’s cancer” how would you react? After reading this very well researched book, my answer would be “thank you.” I’d take it from there and start to ask the right questions to the appropriate people and make sure to make “my own” right decisions regarding how to proceed. 

This is exactly what this book is all about. Please make sure you do not miss a single word as you go through it.

It is very evident that Wanda St. Hilaire is a wise and loving person and she has made a huge effort to bring to everyone a “very” holistic approach to help us travel down the highway of cancer whether we are patients or friends.

Wanda’s generosity becomes evident in this encyclopedic dictionary that contains, not only personal experiences and a guideline to therapies, but also a listing of outstanding clinics that have achieved very good results.

Congratulations Wanda for this masterpiece and I hope that millions of readers make the most out of it.

Good health to all of you.

—Dr. Raymond Hilu
Clinica Hilu, Spain

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“I’M SORRY, IT’S CANCER,” by Wanda St. Hilaire is a brilliantly written road map to navigating the realm of oncology. Ms. St. Hilaire addresses fundamental issues challenging everyone during their oncologic journey. These issues should be, but are not, addressed by oncologists. In fact, oncology refuses to recognize these issues as variables, which alter your outcome. The outline contained within this work is essential for anyone desiring to regain a cancer free status. If your goal is to achieve optimal health, free from cancer, then this book is an excellent resource.

—Carlos M. Garcia, M.D.
Medical Director at Utopia Wellness
Florida, USA

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Wanda´s book, What To Do After “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.” is one of the best books I have come across during my 37 years of being a physician dealing with natural methods to try to help patients with cancer.

The research she did for this book is “amazing” … I will recommend it to all my patients who suffer from this terrible disease.

—Dr. Jose Luis Romo Razo M.D.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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I have read What To Do After “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.” and love it. It is very warm and right from your heart. I really think this will be a great benefit for folks going through the cancer experience. So many emotions course through our minds at the speed of light when we hear that we have cancer. It can be too much to process let alone to know the right questions to ask. There is so much fear attached to those words and the treatment, ugh … that’s another overwhelming process. Without experience I honestly don’t know how people do it. This is why your experience will be so helpful in guiding them. I highly recommend your book for those who are facing the cancer experience!

—Valerie Warwick, RN, OCN, CMS, CLT
(Oncology/Chemotherapy Nurse)
Cancer Coach, Founder of My Wellness Tutor
Hawaii, USA

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Wanda’s heartfelt book is like a conversation with a trusted friend who’s been there, done that. She guides the reader gently through the initial shock of a cancer diagnosis, and then offers a range of suggestions for working through options, in both traditional and complementary medicine and self-care. This is one woman’s journey through breast cancer, made extraordinary by her willingness to share it with others who may be navigating a similar path.

—Wings of Hope Foundation
Calgary, Canada

This is a profound book written with passion and love. St. Hilaire finds a way to develop intimacy and frankness with the reader through this journey. This book opens the doors to many new possibilities for those willing to learn and delivers well-researched and practical advice.

The reader is left feeling the warmth of having sunk into a couch with a trusted friend to have a serious conversation about life. Congratulations to Wanda for delivering her wealth of knowledge and experience in a very accessible and thorough manner. This book succeeds in removing fear from cancer and leading the reader towards high ground. 

 I wish all those who read this book the very best in their journey towards health and happiness. 

—Dr. Dustin Whitney, DC.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Wanda St. Hilaire’s book is a fabulous tool for those affected by cancer. The initial shock of the big “C” washes over every patient, leaving them overwhelmed and terrified. They forget what questions to ask and their thoughts become muddled when they sit in front of the doctor. This book navigates the reader through a lot of cancer research, allowing the diagnosed to have greater understanding and insight during their own journey.
 
What To Do After “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.” also answers many questions that race through each and every patient and caregiver’s mind. It gives hope for a light at the end of the tunnel, and provides options for those affected by this terrible disease. It is a “must read” for everyone. Thank you Wanda for sharing your research and wisdom! 
—Dr. Janelle Murphy, ND
Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
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