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The FINAL Episode of Radical Remission Starts Now

Watching these stories of hope against all odds brought us some much-needed comfort during these difficult times. Each radical remission story in this docuseries proves there’s no limit to what’s possible.

Episode 10: Embracing Social Support
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Tune in to Episode Ten (the final episode): Embracing Social Support.

Far too often, we believe we’re supposed to “handle” the challenges we’re facing all on our own—but these two stories prove that this cultural myth couldn’t be farther from the truth. You can welcome the support of others as you face life’s greatest challenges—your health may even depend on it.

Start watching now—because you have just 24 hours to experience this episode for free! It expires tomorrow at 4:00 PM PT.

“We were very fortunate that Ryder was blissfully unaware of what was really going on. We tried very hard not to grieve and break down in front of him because we needed to be present for him.” — Parents of Ryder Sternagel, Stage Four Neuroblastoma Survivor

In this episode, you’ll hear two amazing stories of survival that were made possible by the outpouring of love and support from others. This connection empowered the parents of a one-year-old baby and a single woman in her 60s to overcome aggressive cancers in order to create vibrant, healthy futures.

Ryder Sternagel was only 11 months old when his doctors diagnosed him with stage four neuroblastoma. After deciding to take an integrative approach with his healing, Ryder’s parents discovered that many of their friends, family, and doctors were not supportive of their choice.

So, they created a Facebook group and—encouraged by the support of strangers—found the confidence, resources, and comfort they needed to fuel their son’s recovery. Today, Ryder is cancer-free and approaching his seventh birthday.

Adjunct professor Kathryn Alexander was going through a lot when she was diagnosed with stage three liver cancer. She was divorced, had just lost her son to suicide—and had no health insurance to pay for treatment.

Thankfully, her church community rose up to provide emotional, social, and financial support. Still cancer-free thirteen years later, she credits her incredible recovery to their selfless assistance.

Featured Experts: Lissa Rankin, M.D., Kristin Hanggi, Natalie Roy, Dean Ornish, M.D., Kelly Turner, Ph.D, Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., Chris Wark.

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