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Aida Lumacang said:   October 17, 2011 4:20 pm PST
Only last Sept. 28th I noticed the area around my nipple in my left breast showed quite pinkish color. I was alarmed so I went to the doctor immediately. (Actually, I have the cyst for a very long time but I kept it to myself - because of fear). After checkup I was told to admit the following Sunday and for operation the following day, Monday, Oct. 3. I already learned about this guyabano a year ago. So by Sept. 29 to Oct. 2 (4 days) I boiled guyabano leaves and drank 1 glass 3x a day. I was hopeful it will help and it did. Before operation, that pinkish color turned back to skin-tone color. Operation was smooth. After taking my complete medication for a week, I drink again and is drinking it until today. The more I am hopeful after reading this item yesterday.

Yolanda Bunag said:   October 4, 2011 1:05 am PST
When my friend was diagnosed with cyst on her breast, we gave her a lot of guyabano fruits and now she's fine and in good health. Then I found out that my uncle in Los Angeles has prostate cancer, I mailed him dried guyabano leaves since it's off season for the fruits and I have to go to the agriculture to get an approval for me to mail it in the mainland. By the way I live in Hawaii that's why we have all kind of tropical fruits here and guyabano trees are abundant. I'm now drinking the boiled leaves instead of teas and coffee and I feel great! Your info is great and I really tell all my friends and relatives all the benefits of this miracle tree.

Ariel Moya Armea said:   September 25, 2011 4:05 am PST
I have been a fan of this fruit way back my college days. But got to know lately of its power to cure. There was this nine year old boy diagnosed of blood cancer and his parents were told to prepare for his chemo session after two months after being diagnosed. They turned to the miracle fruit and made it into his daily intake. After two months, his lab tests before the chemo session returned negative and his doctor was dumbfounded. The session never took place. He underwent another lab test after two weeks, but it turned also negative!!!!!

Ariel Moya Armea said:   September 7, 2011 10:13 pm PST
I have read the write-up about this fruit from the e-mails of our friends. Since then, I have been suggesting this to whoever i have known to be suffering from the big C. I am fond of eating the fruit also since my childhood days and up to my college days where the fruit is abundant. (It is an Agricultural College). The other day, our assistant at the office told us that her nephew who is scheduled to undergo chemo for his ailment of ca of the blood was spared from it after the lab tests confirmed that the results were negative. He was diagnosed on June 2011 and for just 2 months wherein he dilligently ate the guyabano fruit, had reversed the illness. I am from Bacolod, and avid fan of guyabano.

alex said:   July 28, 2011 4:25 am PST
my dad had stage 3 colon cancer , went through operation , radiation and chemo at the same time we had him eat guyabano , drink guyabano tea ( dried leaves & bark) until now , it become part of his diet .... it's now 2 years he is cleared with cancer.... i believed Guyabano had helped my dad survive cancer and of course the modern medicine and treatment....plus faith in god and prayers .... just want to share how it helps my dad and hope to inspire others....theres a cure of cancer......

Holly W said:   July 9, 2011 3:25 pm PST
glad to have discover you and this info... wow...we need to spread the word!

Yolanda |Reyes said:   June 19, 2011 8:55 am PST
I had cyst but already operated last month.When I read about this research and heard the stories of some friends I'm drinking the guyabano juice to prevent the recurrence of the cyst.

nathanielthomashp said:   June 19, 2011 8:24 am PST
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Abigail Abeku said:   June 10, 2011 4:56 am PST
how effective is it on cervical cancer?

josieEnoc said:   January 18, 2011 4:44 am PST
i try to used guyabono. this is true. thanks for manny people to tell him.

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