James Matthew
Miracle Alternatives, LLC
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Dog Sniffs Out Prostate Cancer Saves Man's Life
New Lenox, Il, 10/5/2015 — According to James Matthew of Miracle Alternatives, LLC a customer claims his dog kept sniffing him around the abdominal area. The dog would even lay next to him for hours.
This continued for months. However, all because of a dentist appointment the dentist took a blood test. Later, the results indicated he had prostate cancer.
After numerous chemotherapy treatments, the treatments did more harm than good.
Later the man and his wife called Miracle Alternatives, LLC and explained the situation.
The company suggested purchasing a rife machine. Miracle Alternatives, LLC sells the one and the only Miracle Rife Machine.
The customer made the purchase, and we wish all the best to him.
Summary: It is not unusual for pets, mainly dogs to sense that someone primarily rely their owners having an illness.
Cases like this are well documented.
Therefore, if you have a dog that keeps sniffing a certain part of your body do not take any chances. Get checked out by a doctor as soon as possible.
About Miracle Alternatives, LLC: Miracle Alternatives, LLC is the creator and only dealer for the Miracle Rife Machine.
Miracle Alternatives, LLC has been in business since 2013.
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The success stories are representative outcomes. However, there are no guarantees, promises, representations and/or assurances concerning the level of future results.
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Dogs Find Prostate Cancer by Smell
By Peter Russell
WebMD Health News Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD
April 20, 2015 -- scientists in Italy say they have trained two dogs to “sniff out” prostate cancer with more than 90% accuracy.
The researchers say using dogs to diagnose the disease could provide an alternative to the current blood test for prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which can give false results in men who do not have prostate cancer.
The team, led by the Humanists Clinical and Research Center in Milan, Italy, collected urine samples from 362 men diagnosed with prostate cancer at different stages of the disease. They also took samples from 418 men and 122 women who were either healthy, had a different type of cancer, or had another health condition.
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