Cancer Testimonials 2017-07-26T00:49:29+00:00

Woman’s Basal Cell Carcinoma

This client came to us stating that her dermatologist told her she had a Basal Cell Carcinoma and would require two surgeries; one to excise the surface of the carcinoma, and another to remove the deep tissue cancer cells. She already had previous surgery at the site and was concerned about the surgery being able to remove all the cancerous cells and more scarring. We researched the problem, evaluated the situation and treated the disease. As you can see, the appropriate treatment removed the area of concern without surgery and no scarring.

Colon Cancer Treatment

I was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in 8/09. After submitting to one round of chemo and the side effects I experienced I knew it was not right for me. I have been remarkably healthy and active for 57 years. I just couldn’t see destroying my loyal and faithful body with poison. Even if it killed any cancer that might be remaining I felt my immune system would be permanently effected. Also, the peripheral neuropathy that I already was experiencing after one treatment could be disabling to my very active and physical lifestyle. I proceeded on an alternative course. My alternative doctor felt that all cancer was gone in Feb. 2010. However, my CEA cancer marker was increasing very slowly from 1.8 to 4.0. I was not comfortable with that. I decided to begin treatment with Dr. Dennis Alexander who is a medical Qi-gong oncologist. I knew the importance of the body’s energy system in healing and I had not addressed that area of my body to that point in time. I also enrolled in their nutritional supplement program with his colleague Terri. Through muscle testing each supplement, I could zero in on the supplements that my body would benefit from and omit those that my body did not want. It is 9/30/10 and my CEA has come down from 4 to 2.8 and is only .3 of a point from normal value of 2.5. My CT scans and bone scans are still normal as they have always been. My other blood tests continue to all be in the normal range. Most importantly I continue to feel terrific. I would highly recommend looking into the wonderful services offered at the Sentient Temple Healing Center and see if they are right for you. I can’t say enough about the caring atmosphere and wonderful people I have been associated with here. I give Dennis, Terri, and Fern thanks and praise for their expertise and guidance in keeping me healthy.
Dr P.H.

Breast Cancer

Susan arrived on our door step on April 20, 2005. She told us nothing other then she had pain. She said, “Mary at the VA told me you work with cancer victims. Can you help me?” Our answer is always standard. We are simply the conduits of the Life Force Energy. We channel to you and you heal yourself. “Want to see what you have to deal with?” she asked. We told her it wasn’t necessary but if she felt it might help we said of course. As she lifted her blouse exposing her right breast, or what was left of it, we were shocked. The cancer was so invasive. It was raw meat, deformed and gone down to the bone. She had refused western medicine intervention, and she was now beyond their care. We took her to our treatment room and began to work on her. We saw her every week. We also referred her to western medicine for palliative treatment for her comfort. She was placed under Hospice care as she was given 3-4 mo to live by them. We continued our treatment and she followed all our recommendations. Her Hospice nurse came to us to take a course and told us she would be recommending Susan be taken off of Hospice care as she was no longer dying. The breast was healing and the cancer was in remission. Susan lived another three years, on her terms, living life fully and happily.

Abdominal Cancer

On 1-10-06, we received a phone call from a frantic mother who exclaimed, “my son is dying! His doctors have given him two months to live.” We saw her son, Tigren, on February the second. His evaluation revealed an abdominal mass from sternum to pubic bone. This 20-year-old was in chronic pain, extremely pale and sweating profusely. He was an Air Force mechanic working on jets. He was diagnosed in the service with terminal cancer and told that his job was now to go home and die. He did not know what type of cancer he had as the doctors said they had never seen this before. The military doctors started him on strong chemo drugs but kept him isolated because he was so radioactive, he was a danger to other patients and staff at the hospital. He decided that he did not want to live that way. During the course of treatment with us he revealed that he had been born in Russia not far from Chernobyl. “I was two years old playing in the snow when the plant blew up. I was in the direct line of the fallout,” he told us. Five months later Tigren is in what we call remission. The tumor is smaller and only occupying the lower part of his abdomen. His color is great, he has a wonderful attitude about life and a new girlfriend.

Woman’s Basal Cell Carcinoma

This client came to us stating that her dermatologist told her she had a Basal Cell Carcinoma and would require two surgeries; one to excise the surface of the carcinoma, and another to remove the deep tissue cancer cells. She already had previous surgery at the site and was concerned about the surgery being able to remove all the cancerous cells and more scarring. We researched the problem, evaluated the situation and treated the disease. As you can see, the appropriate treatment removed the area of concern without surgery and no scarring.

Brain Tumor

Dee Dee wrote us in 10/05 telling us she had a brain tumor. We worked on her twice a week, several times each day. She said, “What I have is called a supratentorial mass (this indicates location). Just got the C.T. report this afternoon and it still states it is a lipoma in the posterior fossa. It measures: 2.1cm transverse x 1.8 cm long x 3.7 AP. It is reduced by two thirds of its original size, but unfortunately, it did still show up today. The hospital tried to do the MRI, but there was a lot of artifact, so they couldn’t determine blood flow. My MD is going to give me an RX Christmas Day to get a CT angiogram….. then it’s off to the surgeon, and maybe “part o’ me dead”…..unless I’m cured first!” Her follow up emails are below. 1) “Dennis, thank you all so much for working on me! I do feel better. The neurologist at TGH (Tampa General Hospital) looked at my MRI and said it is not a lipoma, but a symatarterial mass. He gave me an RX to get a MRI of the intracranial vessels pre-op. When I get the results, he wants to see those, and then have me see the chief neurosurgeon of TGH’s Neuro-ICU. Would appreciate you teaching them a thing or two in my hospital room, if it comes down to that…..but then again, it may be gone! Guess we will find out when I get this MRI thing done. Love, D2. 2) “Dennis, funny thing happened! They no longer think it’s necessary to operate on me!! The surgery is off. God bless you all. Love, D2s.

Dear Dr Alexander and Dr Terri,

We just wanted to thank you for all your time and everything you do for us! It was so good to see you! The Sentient Temple is such a relaxing place…. Take care and all our best to both of you.
Tim and Mary Lou

Breast Cancer

Susan arrived on our door step on April 20, 2005. She told us nothing other then she had pain. She said, “Mary at the VA told me you work with cancer victims. Can you help me?” Our answer is always standard. We are simply the conduits of the Life Force Energy. We channel to you and you heal yourself. “Want to see what you have to deal with?” she asked. We told her it wasn’t necessary but if she felt it might help we said of course. As she lifted her blouse exposing her right breast, or what was left of it, we were shocked. The cancer was so invasive. It was raw meat, deformed and gone down to the bone. She had refused western medicine intervention, and she was now beyond their care. We took her to our treatment room and began to work on her. We saw her every week. We also referred her to western medicine for palliative treatment for her comfort. She was placed under Hospice care as she was given 3-4 mo to live by them. We continued our treatment and she followed all our recommendations. Her Hospice nurse came to us to take a course and told us she would be recommending Susan be taken off of Hospice care as she was no longer dying. The breast was healing and the cancer was in remission. Susan lived another three years, on her terms, living life fully and happily.

Abdominal Cancer

On 1-10-06, we received a phone call from a frantic mother who exclaimed, “my son is dying! His doctors have given him two months to live.” We saw her son, Tigren, on February the second. His evaluation revealed an abdominal mass from sternum to pubic bone. This 20-year-old was in chronic pain, extremely pale and sweating profusely. He was an Air Force mechanic working on jets. He was diagnosed in the service with terminal cancer and told that his job was now to go home and die. He did not know what type of cancer he had as the doctors said they had never seen this before. The military doctors started him on strong chemo drugs but kept him isolated because he was so radioactive, he was a danger to other patients and staff at the hospital. He decided that he did not want to live that way. During the course of treatment with us he revealed that he had been born in Russia not far from Chernobyl. “I was two years old playing in the snow when the plant blew up. I was in the direct line of the fallout,” he told us. Five months later Tigren is in what we call remission. The tumor is smaller and only occupying the lower part of his abdomen. His color is great, he has a wonderful attitude about life and a new girlfriend.

Brain Tumor

Dee Dee wrote us in 10/05 telling us she had a brain tumor. We worked on her twice a week, several times each day. She said, “What I have is called a supratentorial mass (this indicates location). Just got the C.T. report this afternoon and it still states it is a lipoma in the posterior fossa. It measures: 2.1cm transverse x 1.8 cm long x 3.7 AP. It is reduced by two thirds of its original size, but unfortunately, it did still show up today. The hospital tried to do the MRI, but there was a lot of artifact, so they couldn’t determine blood flow. My MD is going to give me an RX Christmas Day to get a CT angiogram….. then it’s off to the surgeon, and maybe “part o’ me dead”…..unless I’m cured first!” Her follow up emails are below. 1) “Dennis, thank you all so much for working on me! I do feel better. The neurologist at TGH (Tampa General Hospital) looked at my MRI and said it is not a lipoma, but a symatarterial mass. He gave me an RX to get a MRI of the intracranial vessels pre-op. When I get the results, he wants to see those, and then have me see the chief neurosurgeon of TGH’s Neuro-ICU. Would appreciate you teaching them a thing or two in my hospital room, if it comes down to that…..but then again, it may be gone! Guess we will find out when I get this MRI thing done. Love, D2. 2) “Dennis, funny thing happened! They no longer think it’s necessary to operate on me!! The surgery is off. God bless you all. Love, D2s.