Share Your Story: Bailey O'Brien

Cancer U Thrivers Podcast

Share Your Story: Bailey O'Brien

May 11, 2021

Share Your Story: Bailey O'Brien

Bailey O’Brien is a cancer coach and cancer-free survivor of over 9 years who used complementary and alternative methods of healing when standard treatments did not stop her melanoma progression. She is grateful to be alive and have the chance to share the hope that brought her here!

  • 02:55: I had discovered a mole on my right temple.
  • 03:26: I didn’t even know what questions to ask, I didn’t know what to think.
  • 06:35: You’re young, you’re healthy, so you can go back to your normal life.
  • 07:43: Well, I didn’t see anything that looked like melanoma.
  • 09:28: I couldn’t lift my eyebrow up; I couldn’t move my cheek.
  • 10:49: I had an 80% chance of another second recurrence.
  • 12:25: My teammates didn’t understand what I was going through on the inside.
  • 15:27: I had seven months to live without treatment or 14 months if I did, whatever was available.
  • 18:15: I knew my cancer was very aggressive.
  • 22:50: The theory behind Gerson therapy is that cancer is a result of nutrient deficiency and a burden of toxicity.
  • 28:00: I had told him I was thinking about or planning to go to Mexico.
  • 30:40: He said that there was no sign of cancer on the scan.
  • 33:05: God, if you’re there, please give me a miracle.
  • 35:00: What is the one thing you wish you had known at the very beginning of your cancer journey?
  • 36:14: I really didn’t understand the power of nutrition at the time.
  • 37:36: If you could only do one thing to improve you as healthcare in the US, what would it be and why?
  • 42:10: Thriver Rapid Fire Questions
  • 43:30: What is one resource that you would recommend for cancer patients?


The Reinvention of Coley’s Toxins by Donald MacAdam

Radical Remission by Dr. Kelly Turner

Contact Bailey on her website

Call Bailey 914.262.8845

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