Source: ABC News
The first signs of what would turn out to be a virulent cancer began at Christmas, when newlywed Corinna Borden was visiting family, hundreds of miles away from her husband. In bed that night, an intense pain welled up under her right breast. She was only 29.
She called her husband Walter, a doctor finishing his residency in Michigan, and he asked a few diagnostic questions — “Do you have a fever and did you vomit?” — then said it was likely a gall bladder problem.
Borden took an Advil and turned to a homeopathic remedy, a cleanse that involved drinking Epsom salts with grapefruit juice, then a big glass of olive oil, followed by apple juice.