My Story

In August 2016, I was diagnosed with stage 4 triple negative breast cancer. I was offered palliative chemotherapy by doctors. I chose to find another way of healing my body. I wanted to live for a long time, palliative chemotherapy was not an option. This blog is the story of what I have done to heal my body. I received a clear PET scan in September 2017. Doctors couldn’t find any evidence of disease. I achieved something I was told couldn’t be done. If you want to know more, start at the beginning…. It’s been a wild ride!

8 comments

  1. Hi Mairead….hope you are well since the retreat and you are feeling ‘ released’. I have read your site and your daughter is so sweet….please let me know what I can do to help. You need a ‘donation’ link so we can all forward your details and people can ‘donate’ there and then ….otherwise life gets in the way again ! I was so great to share the retreat with you and all the others. You are so brave and strong, and you have everything to fight for. We are here to support you !!! Remember I mentioned the iridology guy in Waterford ( I know you are fed up of advice) but his name is David Burke and he is amazing and very human !!

  2. Hi Mairead
    wonderful to here your results. So encouraging for Cancer patients & thoes who care for them. (I ‘m a nurse)
    Wishing you continue great health & Thank you. Maeve

  3. I’m so interested in your blog. I was diagnosed with TNBC over 3 years ago. I have achieved NED twice in that time. Yes, after a few months it came back each time, but it took me back to 0 which was a great feeling. I have had aroung 90 sessions of chemo and am still on it. I love your spirit and your true grit. My only concerns would be being away from my family for months at a time, when every day of being with them matters and also the expense of the alternative treatments, diets and therapies. I am well and I am happy and I also help other woman through my closed FB Support group TNBC Stage 4. I think you are incredible and a big inspiration. All the very best to you my Darling and your love family. Joyce (Green) ❤️

      • I was lucky enough to be treated by Prof Justin Stebbing for two years. He was the one who got me to NED twice and the reason I am still here. I am doing really well. I know a few ‘walking miracles’ one is at 18+ years, another 8+ years. Hope looms large in my life and I try to help others in the same boat as much as I can. It is so important for women to feel informed and to empower themselves and not just sit back and take it – whatever it is… taking back some control over your life is really important. I really wish you all the best… ❤️

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