Today everyone knows someone that has been diagnosed with, or died from, one disease or another. And a good number of those people had to witness firsthand, or know someone that had to witness the devastating side effects from the treatments of these horrific diseases. It was these exact circumstances that led author Madison Cavanaugh on a quest to find out if there was a “cure-all” out there.
After losing 8 family members to one form of cancer or another, Cavanaugh began her desperate search for a cancer cure amidst the overwhelming array of so-called “miracle cures” available both online and offline. Through her extensive research, she uncovered an oxygenating therapy that had been reported to cure not just cancer but almost every disease known to man. “I’m not one who really buys into ‘miracle cures’. I’ve been a health researcher too long to get ‘sold’ on bogus ‘snake-oil’ products masquerading as health breakthroughs” says Cavanaugh, “but the more I expanded my research into this cure, the more I was dumbfounded by the mountain of evidence showing that this therapy has been used in various parts of the world by thousands of health practitioners to heal cancer and every conceivable disease”.
What Cavanaugh discovered was a therapy that used oxygen to restore cells to their vibrant, healthy state. When cells are oxygenated, disease cannot thrive since disease micro-organisms, viruses, microbes and pathogens are anaerobic which means they seek out and thrive in low-oxygen environments. Though there are oxygen-based therapies out there that supply the body with oxygen, they are not effective in delivering the oxygen to the cells and tissues. The therapy revealed in Cavanaugh’s book is the only one that uses a natural oxygenating substance, which stimulates the movement of oxygen atoms from the bloodstream to the cells to a dramatically greater degree than is usually reached by other means.
Through her research and personal experimentation, Cavanaugh is convinced she has found the “miracle cure” and is committed to spreading the word to anyone that will listen with the hopes that today’s fatal diseases will become a thing of the past.