Walter - Muliple Myloma, Melanoma, Bladder Cancer

My name is Walter Levine.

I was diagnosed with Multiple Myloma bone cancer in January of 1991. Because of the lateness of my diagnosis, the doctors didn’t believe that I had more than just a few days to live. My strong mental desire to live, coupled with the full support of my family and friends led me to find the Arkansas Cancer Research Center in Little Rock Arkansas.

I had spent over one year in intensive chemotherapy in New York to no avail. I still had over 90% cancer in my body. In Little Rock the doctors were doing what was then considered very new treatment and therapy (Stem Cell Transplants). Because most of my bone marrow was destroyed through the chemotherapy I had received in NY, I was able to undergo only one transplant out of a four-transplant regimen.

While undergoing this process, a friend of mine went to Australia. While there, he found Sam Grant and discovered SeaCare, a combination of sea cucumber and other ingredients. He brought it back to the U.S. for me to take, claiming it would boost my immune system and aid in the recovery process.

I must admit, I was skeptical at first. However, when you have only a few days to live and over 90% cancer in your body, you have nothing to lose. I began to take the SeaCare and had one of the fasted recoveries that the doctors had seen. They were unaware that I was taking it, but when I finally told them, they said “Don’t stop”.

That was almost 30 years ago and I still take it every day!! I look great and feel great, too. I would never want to be without it.

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