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May 23:

8 hours Gamma Knife radiation to 27 small brain tumours.
Backed up by ozone therapy, vitamin C infusions, bicarbonate infusions, supplements from Dana Flavin and other alternative treatments.

Aug 17:

Almost all brain tumours GONE and last few GOING. These are almost invisible.
My neurosurgeon said it takes about four months for them to disintegrate so this is a ‘remarkable response’ in less than three months.

This is the best news of all because it means the disease is not spreading at the moment, which was my main concern.

Primary tumour in lung REMAINS so cancer still in my system.
More work to be done…

Aug 18:

PROSCECCO PROTOCOL officially integrated into treatment plan.
Tickles the taste buds
Winds the neck in
Chills the boots
Increases laughter
Alkalises the spirit

Infusions available soon.

Amazing grace.
Massive reprieve.

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  • 5th Dec 2016, 6:41 pm  Reply

    I met you in June with Dr. Contreras. I was under the impression that you mainly wanted to be cured with “alternative medicine”!? Is the Gamma Knife radiosurgery the only answer? Are you keeping open all venues – despite side-effects? Glad is working for you. Best wishes to you and family.

  • Diane
    22nd Aug 2016, 10:58 pm  Reply

    So pleased for you Sophie. A fantastic response ad worth all your hard work investigating complementary and alternative therapies. I too have found that since starting complementary therapies including meditation ad homeopathic remedies my response to maintenance chemo continues to be positive with my secondarily in my lungs continuing to shrink which puts me in the lucky 13%in thus treatment. xxx

  • 21st Aug 2016, 6:03 pm  Reply

    Thanks for all your wonderful writing Sophie. As a fellow patient I can almost feel/hear the big sigh of relief you must have breathed out last week. I’m so pleased to hear your latest scan results. Sending you lots of love and healing vibes. Lauren xx

    • 21st Aug 2016, 6:04 pm

      I also have website if you are interested! It’s great to be able to connect. Lauren x

      • Sophie Sabbage
        21st Aug 2016, 6:24 pm

        Yes. Would love to. What’s your website address? Xxx

  • 21st Aug 2016, 3:11 am  Reply

    Sophie, may you continue to be blessed with more and more healing news. I’m cheering you on all the way from Canada. xoxo

  • Sally hossack
    20th Aug 2016, 9:02 pm  Reply

    You are living proof that determination, a positive attitude and a combination of medical, natural and holistic remedies plus enjoyment of life are the best recipe for staying alive and living well. Bon courage

  • Mary-Jane
    20th Aug 2016, 11:59 am  Reply

    Soph..! What thrilling and wonderful news – so happy for you- MJ xxxx

  • Ros Hiser
    20th Aug 2016, 9:50 am  Reply

    Sophie I am so happy for you. Never known anyone to radiate life as fully and be such a bright guiding light to others. Channeling the power of your storm to blast a clear path for everyone else. You are truly great. Obviously stick to the Prosecco Protocol love Ros xxx

  • Christine Thornley
    20th Aug 2016, 9:38 am  Reply

    Wonderful news Sophie – been wondering how the treatment went – so glad to hear this.
    Much love Christine

  • Alison Pope
    20th Aug 2016, 7:22 am  Reply

    Soph love, remarkable news! Such a beautiful expression of your irrepressible humour and indomitable spirit. Hope springs eternal. with so much love Chubs xxxx

  • Karyn Williams
    20th Aug 2016, 12:04 am  Reply

    Have been wondering how it all went, so thank you for the update. What fantastic results, Sophie! I am so happy for you. So looking forward to your next book! Yay, can’t wait. xx

  • 19th Aug 2016, 11:49 pm  Reply

    Your are everyone’s hero.

  • Maggi
    19th Aug 2016, 10:11 pm  Reply

    Dearest Soph – so happy. So happy. Your torch burns bright and I am delighted that life is hugging you back. Incidentally, you can throw bicarb into your coffee to alkalise it too. I put it into everything (except wine). (Which means a lot of stuff in my life fizzes. As it should.) Love love. x

    • Elaine Alpert
      20th Aug 2016, 1:10 am

      Yes me too Maggi, baking soda in almost everything:) Love to see the pH strip turn green in my coffee!

  • eve Purdew
    19th Aug 2016, 9:59 pm  Reply

    Dear Sophie,
    Please give me more information on bicarb treatment. I have lung cancer level 4. I live in France.

    • Sophie Sabbage
      19th Aug 2016, 11:39 pm

      You need to find a clinic that does natural infusions. I don’t know any in France. Wish I could help more. Sorry!

    • MIke Taylor
      20th Aug 2016, 6:22 am

      Dear Eve.
      try contacting Dr Dana Flavin at she will know she lives in Germany

  • Jeannie
    19th Aug 2016, 9:14 pm  Reply

    Amazing news. I’m so glad for you all. Really amazing courage and faith and commitment. cheers to you Sophie!

  • Teresa
    19th Aug 2016, 9:06 pm  Reply

    I am so happy for you! You have been in my thoughts a lot & this news really is wonderful!! :-)

  • Karen Brosnan
    19th Aug 2016, 8:57 pm  Reply

    Hello Sophie,Ihave only in recent times being following your journey..A mutual friend,Clare Vivien Neal connected me to your site on hearing my own story with breast cancer. I am so pleased that the latest round of treatments is going well for you…so heartening for you.I am interested in the baking soda infusions you mentioned. How can I find out more about this. All the very best,Karen

    • Sophie Sabbage
      19th Aug 2016, 9:05 pm

      Where do you live? It took me a while to find this in the UK and still having a few problems. Bicarbonate of soda alkalises the body and attacks tumours if you can get high doses in.

    • Mike Taylor
      20th Aug 2016, 6:30 am

      Dear Sophie,
      on the suject of BIcarbonate of Soda there is an excellent book by the name “Sodium Bicarbonate Nature’s Unique fist AID Remedy” by Dr Mark Sircus

  • Kitty
    19th Aug 2016, 8:42 pm  Reply

    Learning of your results has without a doubt made my day. I had a big knot in my tummy when I saw your email arrive, but that knot has morphed into butterflies of delight. Wonderful news! Love & hugs

  • Mike &Daphne Taylor
    19th Aug 2016, 8:05 pm  Reply

    Dear Sophie,
    Great news, as I said at the meeting in London, we need you to do well your our inspiration. Glad your listening to Dana ,we are putting our trust in her following your experiences recounted in the “Cancer W hisperer”
    All our love and prayers for a full recovery Mike& Daphne

  • 19th Aug 2016, 7:34 pm  Reply

    Darling Sophs! Fantastic news! Amazing amazing grace indeed :) <3 thinking of you and sending love xxx

  • David Berman Howarth
    19th Aug 2016, 7:25 pm  Reply

    That is wonderful news, Sophie. We’ve been wondering how your treatment worked and thrilled at your results.
    Sending you lots of love and hoping to see you soon

  • Fran
    19th Aug 2016, 7:16 pm  Reply

    Amazing grace indeed! So very pleased for you. Your outlook moves & inspires me immeasurably. So grateful for you x

  • Janice Eastwood
    19th Aug 2016, 7:09 pm  Reply

    This is amazing news Sophie well done!!! I’m so pleased for you XX

  • Mrs. Margaret Murphy
    19th Aug 2016, 6:35 pm  Reply

    Wonderful news! The treatments nowadays are fantastic! My theory is to pray, pray, pray – and always be positive. I’ll be thinking about you. I am sure all will go well for you. God bless you and take care.


  • Kath
    19th Aug 2016, 6:33 pm  Reply

    Hi Sophie
    Where did you get your treatment

    • Sophie Sabbage
      19th Aug 2016, 6:40 pm

      Barts Hospital

  • Cousin Mary
    19th Aug 2016, 5:54 pm  Reply

    Darling Sophie. You can guess – I have tears in my eyes at this WONDERFUL news. i will open a bloody big bottle of wine tonight and Victor and I will toast you and John and Gabriella. I can just see those horrid little tumouts skulking away. All our love, xxx

  • Paula
    19th Aug 2016, 5:42 pm  Reply

    So pleased for you

  • Jill Clark
    19th Aug 2016, 5:15 pm  Reply

    Fabulous new Sophie – definitely agree with the importance of the Proscecco Protocol from time to time – enjoy!! xxxx

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