Brigitte Fritz, Breast Cancer
From: Brigitte Fritz
Sent: Friday,January 18 2013 19:08
Subject: RE: Budwig Center help for Brigitte’s sister
Dear Mr. Jenkins,
I myself am a breast cancer survivor (I had a mastectomy in 1998). Tumors run in our family, my mom died of non-hodgkins, my dad of pancreatic, my youngest sister of colon tumor – one day before her 45th birthday 4 years ago. And now my “middle” sister is battling bone degeneration, which started as breast tumors without lumps, therefore it was never detected on her mammograms. She is doing very well at this point, without having to get chemo. In fact she receives a bone strengthening infusion once/month. She also sees a nutritionist who works with her through the Asyra Machine, which works through the electromagnetic fields in our skin and gives a print out of what areas in the body don’t function correctly. The nutritionist then puts drops together and it is amazing, how that has helped her so far along! For instance, last year Margret had nose bleeds several times and she was very concerned. The machine showed that she was very low on Vitamin K. She received that and never had a problem again. On her first visit it showed that she was exposed to mold. They found some in their basement, got rid of it and she also received drops to correct this in her body. That again never showed up on the print out.
I have put your information about the Budwig Center on my Facebook page in hopes that it can help others who are in need of healing or want to prevent diseases.
I forwarded your e-mail to Margret and I hope she will fill out the health report and send it back.
Thank you so very much and may God bless the work of your hands
The attached picture shows Margret in June at the wedding of her daughter. She looks just marvelous! Considered that in September/October of 2011 she was not even able to lift a glass with water. And the way her husband helped her to lay in bed was how she had to stay all night long, because she was not able to move around on her own.
Brigitte (breast cancer)