Dear Mark Hamilton

Dear Mark Hamilton:  Thank you so very much for the lovely letter.  I am working hard trying to get on my feet so I can help in any way I can but the 2 1/2 years of poison leeching into my body made me so weak until it is taking far too much time to get stronger.  At least after 8 years of living on chicken noodle soup, chicken broth and cream of wheat, I can finally eat a decent meal. I still have trouble but at least I am not down flat of my back for five days like I have been for the 8 years since cancer.  They gave me four times the normal dosage of Chemo and it almost killed me and I had the cure for Cancer in my head all the time but was so used to all the balony the doctors tell you until I forgot and let them do Chemo and Radiation on me for five weeks .My mother and grandmother both had cancer in their younger years but were lucky enough to find out about the doctors in Dallas that knew a cure for cancer. They went to them and sure enough they were cured and lived 35 years after they were cured before they died but in the meantime the government found out about them and ran them out of the country but they are still practicing curing cancer in Mexico.  If you win this year maybe all of the sick people will get well instead of dying or going through what I have had to go through all these years for I have suffered enough pain to last me a life time and the only reason I am still alive is because seven years ago I got your first book and read it and from them on I was hooked and just would not give up for i want with all my heart to live a live like you say we all will.  Joy, Love , Money and a long glorious life.  Thank you again from the bottom of my heart for finding my name and sending me all those books.  I love getting your emails for that is the only way I know what is going on for i am almost blind and so hard of hearing i have to have a woman do all my phone calls, drive me to the doctor, grocery store and all the things I used to do but cannot any longer.  

Louise M.

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