“In March 2016, I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Bowel Cancer and within days underwent major surgery to remove a portion of the colon that harboured the main tumour.  My prognosis was fairly grim – intensive chemo (3 days every fortnight) for the rest of my life estimated to be around 2 years. The other option was to do nothing and life expectancy was to be about 6 months.
After reading up on nutritional oncology on the internet I decided to refuse chemo because at my age of 67 years I really didn’t think my body could survive the ravages of intensive treatment. It was a difficult and confusing time – much uncertainty, not knowing what to do or where to turn to for advice.
Whilst searching the internet I came across the website of Edward Enever – naturopath, cancer coach and practitioner of the Nori Protocol treatment method. Following my first consultation with Edward and after he had explained the way the Nori Protocol worked, I felt for the first time a sense of comfort and reassurance that I was on the right track.
In the last 6 months, I have found Edward to be not only extremely knowledgeable on health and treatment issues, but very empathetic, easily accessible for advice and always happy to explain matters. He has taught me to not fear cancer and also educated me on relaxation meditation techniques. He’s a rare talent.
More importantly, I have enjoyed a quality of life I didn’t think was possible 6 months ago. I have now so much energy and absolutely no side effects from the Nori Protocol. My recent blood tests show there is no general inflammation in the body, no inflammation in the major organs and my blood cancer markers have been coming down and are within the normal range. To be pain free and feeling fit has been for me and my family a wonderful and unexpected bonus. The dietary regime has also provided some extra improvements to my general health.
I know it is still early days and nothing can be taken for granted, but looking to the future I am going forward – not with fear, but quietly confident of the efficacy of the treatment I’m undergoing. Regardless of what transpires in the future – I am more than happy with my decision”.