Rob here with Patriot Privacy, Tiberian Growdome and the Self-Reliance Institute.
The other day, I mentioned how cancer has impacted my life.
Actually, I didn’t say all that much. I mentioned it in passing as I provided a link to a documentary about cancer that I am going to watch.
But I did mention that cancer had killed my father when I was still fairly young.
I am blown away by all the nice and encouraging comments I received in response to my sharing just that small piece of my life.
All I can say is Thank You! There are some truly wonderful folks who are part of our venture here and I appreciate all the kind words.
Equally as important, I appreciate that so many of you took the time to tell me your own stories when it comes to you and your family’s expereince with cancer. I know it’s a painful topic, so thank you for trusting me with your life experience.
If you missed the email I am referenceing, I am providing the part where I mentioned cancer and the documentary below the dotted line because so many folks responded and I felt I should share it again for those who may have missed it the first time. If you get a chance, check it out. And please know that you can share your experience and thoughts with me any time.
Now for a more personal topic.
My Dad died from cancer when I was in High School.
I can tell you that his death impacted every aspect of my life and – in many ways – it still impacts my life.
To be honest, I have some very definite opinions about the good and bad associated with many forms of cancer treatment.
And, importantly, I have a very open mind about what does and does not work and what may or may not work when it comes to cancer treatments.
For that reason, I am going to watch a series of documentaries called The Truth About Cancer.
And because I know many of you have been impacted by cancer in one fashion or another, you’re personally invited to watch this amazing 11-part, investigative report (60 minutes style) documentary mini-series that will broadcast to the world (for free) in less than a couple of weeks.
And let me emphasize – it’s FREE.
OK. I leave it to your good judgment. I’m always cautious when suggesting anything having to do with our health.
But, because of the impact cancer has had in my life, I will be watching The Truth About Cancer and I’d love to hear your opinion if you check it out.
As always, you can email me at [email protected] with your thoughts and any questions. If cancer has impacted your life, I would like to learn of your experience.
Be safe, secure, free and healthy!
Rob Douglas – Former Washington DC Private Detective
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