Gail had terminal stage 4 ovarian cancer with secondaries to her lungs, was told by doctors there was nothing more they could do, and told to put her final affairs in order.
Then her partner’s cousin told her about GcMAF.
In three months the lung secondaries were gone, and the ovarian tumour had shrunk to one quarter the size. While still on GcMAF to prevent secondaries forming, she had the remaining quarter surgically removed, and 6 months afterwards had scans to prove she is cancer free.
Gail Harling’s results have been published in Achieve health magazine, and she spoke at the Dubai conference on her complete recovery.