Monday, December 15, 2014

Announcing My Passion

Announcing My Passion

 A New Year is approaching us and I would love to wish everyone a Happy New Year.  I have a cause and a passion that I am now spreading called Functional Medicine.  Four years ago I was stricken along with my husband both hearing the terrible word of cancer.  My husband and I researched for other treatments throughout the world other then cut, poison and burn.  With this in mind we both began healing ourselves with Functional Medicine and now and have won the battle. The doctors we work with create personalized programs which are customized for each patient, helping them to fight their cancer their way. Make an inquiry to see how we can help you find the right alternative cancer treatments for your situation.  Personal Referral contact today.

 Talk to former cancer patients who have gone through the treatments that will be discussed with you.

 I have been asked to be a patient rep and help others to consider a choice other than the conventional way. 
I have created a web site for you or your loved ones to go to, which explains the type of procedure I and my husband had.  I am here for anyone that wants to know other ways to manage cancer.  Check out my web site

I appreciate any comments.
Remember you are not alone.  Together we can be an ocean and spread the words Functional Medicine.

Best wishes,

Sheryl Malin



Saturday, December 13, 2014


Every December 12, Catholics all over the world (especially in Latin America) celebrate the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe.

But in Mexico this day is one of the most important holidays of the year!

This year Dan and I went down to Chapala and Ajijic to experience the celebration. Here are some pics. THE ART WORK IS FABULOUS

Thursday, December 11, 2014


Today we looked out our back window and saw some black birds and the Beatle's song reminded how free we are. Dan took a picture to describe that we are humble to say we both managed our cancer. Two black birds

Monday, December 8, 2014



Dan and I are back at home in Ajijic.  I have a lot to be humble for, met a lot of fabulous people throughout this past four years.  If I was not DX with cancer and didn’t choose to be treated in Mexico, I would not be where I am today.  Life is funny it takes you in different directions sometimes.  I would like to stop for a moment and thank, Dr. Perez, Vera Lopez and her husband, Dr. Garcia, Daniel and Monica, Todd and Sandra for your friendship and support.  Your friendship will always be treasured.

We are safe and sound, continuing our journey to manage our cancer.  Per the doctor there is no sign of cancer in either Dan or I.  Cheers to us, for we have been following doctor’s orders.  Dr. Perez is so pleased with my condition that he is changing my home program and will be giving me less supplements to take.


It seems like forever that I heard the word cancer for the first time, but through the years I have been educated to realize that it is something for me to control with my lifestyle.  I am so blessed that I did not have to be operated on and have chemo.  I wish the treatment program that I chose would be accepted in the USA and the FDA would allow the doctors to use it.  It is so easy to the human body, no long term side effects.


Looking forward to the Holidays and experiencing it here in Mexico.  I got my Christmas tree up and the lights sparkle at night.  Until the days ahead, have a fabulous December.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014



Today is our last day of treatment at the hospital. We were here all day for Dan had a bone scan which took four hours. They put this dye in which takes about three hours to go through his body, but while we were waiting on the café porch I sold two books. Yes, there were two patients that came over and shook my hand which made me feel important. I am so humble that I can help people by giving them encouragement.

Well, Dan is having the T-Cell modulator and then we will be out and just in time for our dinner date with Daniel and Monica. Since my treatment four years ago we have met some fabulous people and this visit we were able to get together with them and enjoy some quality time.

We have been back to Angeles Hospital four times with our first cancer treatment and one for a booster . Every time I feel safe and relaxed for I know that I am in good hands with Dr. Perez. He has helped me to continue his passion in the conquer of cancer and educated me on how to live a quality of life. Its all about your lifestyle. Every time I see him, he always says that he may of gave me the treatment and the education, but it is myself that did it by changing my lifestyle.

I have met several patients this visit and were able to talk with them and get their e-mails to keep in touch for I feel it is very important for them to have a positive experience .and keep up with the home program.

Well, it was time to leave the hospital and have dinner with Daniel and Monica . They had selected a Japanese restaurant, which was something that I was looking forward to. The unthinkable happened, before we were able to order, Dan looked at me and said he felt strange. Before you knew it he had passed out. Daniel and I shook him and after about a minute he came back, but got sick all over himself and the floor. Within minutes we had him in the backseat and off to the ER of Angeles Hospital. Because of his issues I was concerned. There are side effects, but only flu like symptoms , not passing out. To make a long story short, thank God for Daniel being there for me. Dan is alright the symptoms only lasted for about two hours. He is up and ready to go ~ normal. Never the less we did not eat dinner.

Christmas is coming even in Mexico, its all around. So please give thanks and enjoy the holidays. The girls that greets us at the hospital are cheerful and full of spirit. I would like to thank them for making the stay a pleasant one…


FDA Approves 54 New Cancer Drugs Without Proof They Extend Life -


Health Impact News Editor Comments
The average chemotherapy cancer drug costs $10,000.00 per month, and only extends a patient’s life by an average of 42 days. (See: Doctors Expose Cancer Drugs Scandal.)
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that over the past 10 years, the FDA has approved 54 cancer drugs with no proof they are extending lives. They report that the FDA does not even require drug companies to prove their drugs extend lives:
Instead, the agency approved the drugs based on surrogate measures, such as a tumor shrinking, rather than the gold standard and most reliable measure of cancer research, patients actually surviving longer. The problem is cancer is complicated — a tumor might stop growing or shrink in one spot, then reappear somewhere else, or even in multiple places.
So just remember these facts the next time you take out your wallet or checkbook to donate money to your favorite cancer charity, which pays for the research for these worthless drugs.

FDA approves cancer drugs without proof they’re extending lives

By John FauberThe Journal Sentinel
For decades, researchers have focused ondeveloping new cancer drugs that save lives or improve the quality of life. But when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration allowed Inlyta, a $10,000 a month drug, on the market in 2012, there was no proof that it did either.
Inlyta is not an exception to the rule.
A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/MedPage Today analysis of 54 new cancer drugs found that over the last decade the FDA allowed 74% of them on the market without proof that they extended life. Seldom was there proof of improved quality of life, either.
Nor has the FDA demanded companies provide such evidence.
Read the full article here.
See Also:

Doctors Expose Cancer Drugs Scandal



We Lost the War on Cancer – Review of Alternative Cancer Therapies


We have lost the war on cancer. At the beginning of the last century, one person in twenty would get cancer. In the 1940s it was one out of every sixteen people. In the 1970s it was one person out of ten. Today one person out of three gets cancer in the course of their life.
The cancer industry is probably the most prosperous business in the United States. In 2014, there will be an estimated 1,665,540 new cancer cases diagnosed and 585,720 cancer deaths in the US. $6 billion of tax-payer funds are cycled through various federal agencies for cancer research, such as the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The NCI states that the medical costs of cancer care are $125 billion, with a projected 39 percent increase to $173 billion by 2020.
The simple fact is that the cancer industry employs too many people and produces too much income to allow a cure to be found. All of the current research on cancer drugs is based on the premise that the cancer market will grow, not shrink.
John Thomas explains to us why the current cancer industry prospers while treating cancer, but cannot afford to cure it in Part I. In Part II, he surveys the various alternative cancer therapies that have been proven effective, but that are not approved by the FDA.



Sunday, November 30, 2014


Today we had a relaxing Sunday with our friends Todd Burnside and Sandra Burnside. Went to a coffee shop along the ocean to see the tide come in with the sun shining bright. Also went to get fresh coconut juice and coconut. Yummy and healthy for you Have a fabulous week to come.



Yesterday came and gone. Had a very inspired day by seeing my Earth Angel, she was one of the people that impacted my healing process. I have mentioned her several times in my book. Thank you many times over Vera Lopez and Manny for believing in me and your invention. We went to this restaurant that the Titanic was filmed, the food was fabulous and the environment was scenic. Form here we went to their house, Christmas all over, its beginning to feel like Christmas....


Sunday, November 23, 2014

TIME JUST flies by

TIME JUST flies by

Well its been a week since Dan started his treatments and now just one more week is left. Yesterday he was treated in a box which I call the (turtle) to over 100 degrees along with an oxygen mix for about 15 minutes. If anyone had followed me you know that cancer can not live in a similar environment . Check out the stylish pic of Dan being heated up.

Our stay would not be an adventure without some challenges. We take two van taxies to the hospital from Tijuana Beach. The first stop is downtown Tijuana and then we walk about four blocks to catch the next run to the hospital. Friday was very busy and the streets reminded Dan of New York City. It was overwhelming with people moving fast all around us. I just stood there glancing at all of them while waiting for the light to change so we could cross.

We made it there all right and we got back in time to watch a fabulous sunset.

Today we are relaxing with friends for we do not have any type of treatment planned. There is one more person that I have to visit with, my earth angel Vera. She is one of my inspirations that got me through my treatments while I was at Angeles Hospital.

             Until Tomorrow, what ever it brings have a            fabulous day.