In 2016 the two friends Simon and Alfredo founded the Cancer Wisdom blog.
My name is Simon, and my passion is natural health and self-improvement.
I love to learn new things about diets, detoxes, and healing techniques.
The reason I started this blog is to teach about natural cancer healing protocols.
My spark to share this info came after seeing people suffer from toxic cancer treatments.
I believe we need to challenge the current flawed method of treating cancer.
I created this website to share my passion for health and at the same time find work that inspires me.
My name is Alfredo Veloso. Soccer and nutrition have always been an important part of my life.
I had liver cancer in 2011. Because of my struggle with cancer for many years, learning about the real lasting cure has been inevitable for me.
With perseverance, hard work and some stubbornness, I finally healed myself from my cancer.
I did this without using any chemotherapy, radiation or surgery.
All this led me to learn more about holistic and natural medicine.
I now want to help spread the precious word to my brothers and sisters around the globe.
How Cancer Wisdom Was Born
In 2015 the two friends Alfredo and Simon from Sweden wanted to pursue their dreams and at the same time help others.
One thing that they had in common were their passion for natural health.
Alfredo had liver cancer in 2011 and struggled two years with this disease.
He refused to follow the standard cancer treatment.
Instead, he learned everything he could about natural cures. By a miracle, he survived cancer and is now healthy.
Simon and Alfredo knew that you could heal from cancer by treating the underlying causes.
They were sick of seeing other people die unnecessarily from toxic cancer treatments.
This sparked the idea to create a blog to teach others the natural way to heal from cancer.
They started their blog Cancer Wisdom in 2016.
The reason they chose the name Cancer Wisdom was to teach others ancient wisdom about health.
When you do it the patients become in charge of their healing, not others.
It took them some time to figure out how to blog and do other technical stuff.
They decided to write in English despite it being their second language. And here we are now.