STUDY: New hope for cancer therapy

From Dr. David Eifrig, MD, MBA in Retirement Millionaire Daily:

I’d wager that nearly everyone reading this letter has at some point watched a spouse, family member, or a close friend struggle with cancer.

Despite all the money and effort we’ve spent to battle cancer over the years (the U.S. government spends about $5 billion annually on cancer research), we’ve made little progress in overcoming cancer’s lethal power.

The death rates for certain breast, prostate, colorectal, liver, and pancreatic cancers haven’t changed significantly since the 1930s.

But on Wednesday, my colleague Dave Lashmet and I will reveal a new cancer breakthrough that could soon be a staple in every U.S. hospital… changing the future of cancer treatment.

If you want to learn about this cancer breakthrough, and a company that owns the patent on it, don’t miss our live event on November 15 at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

You’ll also receive a free copy of my book, The Living Cure, just for showing up.

In The Living Cure, I talk about the steps you need to take immediately after a cancer diagnosis, 10 questions you must ask your doctor, and a revolutionary new cancer treatment. Click here to reserve your spot.

In this week’s Retirement Millionaire Daily Weekly Update, research writer Amanda Cuocci discusses a new hope for cancer therapy. This is based on a brand-new study that connects cancer therapy with the gut bacteria that lives in everyone’s bodies, microbiota.

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