I (Philip) lost my mom to cancer in July of 2005. I'm sure most people nowadays know what it's like to lose a loved one to some form of sickness or disease. It's not something easy to deal with. The following is our beginning that led to where we are today with Nutritional Microscopy.
In 2009, four years after my mother passed away from cancer, my father was diagnosed with a brain tumor and cancer. It was a very difficult time. My father was barely able to get out of bed due to all the blood he was losing on a daily basis. Sometimes bleeding about a cup of blood a day. He was forced to wear a diaper constantly in order for the blood to not make a mess. The medical doctors got to the point where they would no longer do chemo for my dad because they believed he would just die faster and surgery for the brain tumor was not an option because it would leave him brain dead. So, what to do except go home and live the last year of his life to the best of his ability.
The doctors were telling us that cancer runs in my family (although none of my family prior to my parents ever had it) and that we should make sure that we get checked often to make sure things come out ok. Scary news indeed. I had a friend of mine who told me about a Doctor in San Diego, who researched a lot about mycoplasma and cell wall deficiency (I had no idea what that meant then), and that he has helped people with cancer. So I figured, since there was nothing the medical doctors could do that I would give this guy a shot. My dad was in bad shape. Most of the time in bed, too weak to get up. I decided that I would fly my dad to L.A. to visit me and also to meet my newborn son in September of 2010. My brother and I prayed with my dad over the phone on 3way. He was able to have strength to take the flight to see me. When my dad arrived we took a drive down to San Diego to see Dr. Hugh Smith. I did not know what to expect.
He asked my dad a few questions about his health and then he pricked my dads finger and took a drop of his blood and put it under a microscope. He showed us on a screen, everything he was looking at in the blood. I thought it was amazing to actually see the cells and to see how they work and move inside our body. He explained to my dad what was going on in his blood. He also suggested my dad go on a specific diet and take specific supplements. He seemed very confident in getting my dad better.
He told my dad he thinks he will begin to feel better right away, but continue on this regiment for 6 months. Sure enough, within a few weeks on the regiment my dad was able to go on a road trip to NYC with a friend because he was having more energy. Within 4 months my dad had NO BRAIN TUMOR AND NO CANCER! What's even cooler is that my dad found a school in Florida that teaches a similar style of Blood Analysis. He took the course, became certified and now travels all over the USA and Brasil checking peoples blood and giving seminars on how to improve your health. My dad has since then helped many people (many also in terminal stages) with cancer and other sicknesses get healthier.
My wife and I decided we would leave the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, after being there for almost 10 years, and get trained in Nutritional Microscopy and live blood analysis. We are now Certified Microscopy Technicians and Nutritional Coaches. We don't believe it's God's Will for anyone to be sick. We are here to help you and your loved ones. Thank you for taking the time to read this.