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Kennedy - Anaplastic Astrocytoma 

On October 31, 2000, our daughter, Kennedy, was diagnosed with an anaplastic astrocytoma in her spinal cord. She underwent chemotherapy for a year and a half and after her tumor returned. After a second resection, Kennedy continued chemotherapy and after another year and a half her tumor returned and metastasized up and down her spinal cord and into her brain. At this point, the doctors had no treatment options for Kennedy.

My husband and I began to take our daughter’s care into our own hands and began to research alternative cancer treatments. In March of 2006, we found SeaCare on an Internet search and started immediately. Kennedy began taking SeaCare and her tumor has remained stable for the past three years. Doctors cannot explain why her tumor remains stable; we believe that it is due to SeaCare. Kennedy does not take any other medicines. She simply takes SeaCare daily.