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What I did when I was diagnosed with a deadly cancer

Ernst Erb was diagnosed with a deadly mantle cell lymphoma in 1978. Today, at the age of 82, he still enjoys good health and great endurance.
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6:40 German English


Channel:Foundation Diet and Health Switzerland Platform:YouTube
Published on:11 April 2018 Producer:Ernst Erb
Number of views: 34 on 30 April 2018
Rubric(s): Health, Principles/General, Medicine, Nutrition, Lifestyle, Activity, Wellness, Personality, Social / Religion
Topterms:Principle, Cardiovascular Disorders, Special Subjects, Complementary and alternative medicine, General topics, Functional Food, Raw food (meals), Vegan nutrition, Nutritional forms Tags:Wholesome, Normal diet, Non-meat-diet, Special eating habits, Milk, Dairy products, Unhealthy, Meat, Meat consumption, Health

It is extremely difficult to deal with such a horrible diagnosis as non-Hodgkin's mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) with a statistical life expectancy of 2.5 years.

Some people would lose themselves in a state of despair and hopelessness, others would give in and accept their imminent death, and others would mindlessly follow all kinds of treatments.

Ernst got this diagnosis at the age of 41. His approach to this death sentence was realistic. He decided to find out about the disease, research the topic and look for ways to manage the situation. Today, at the age of 82, he still enjoys good health and great endurance, which enables him to work intensively for his two non-profit organizations.

Perhaps because he has remained true to his mostly raw-vegan lifestyle.


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