From Symptoms to Success with Pediatric Cancer​


We interviewed Epidemic Answers health coach Jessica Eberhart about overcoming pediatric cancer and the role of toxicity in cancer.​ You can watch the replay below. Please note that you will be asked to provide your email address to continue viewing this video at the 30-minute mark.

In This Interview

Shandy Laskey intervied Jessica in this Instagram live. They talked about:

  • How hard it was to convince doctors to perform a biopsy
  • Bioindividuality
  • How Hannah’s rare type of cancer is usually only seen in agricultural workers
  • How Hannah’s exposure to the glyphosate in Roundup® likely caused her cancer
  • How the foods her daughter was told to eat by her mainstream practitioners were “cancer bombs”
  • How cannabis oil helped
  • How insurance policy dictates the standard of care in a one-size-fits-all approach
  • How the family made diet and lifestyle changes
  • How the family lowered their total load by replacing toxic personal-care and cleaning products with nontoxic versions


About Jessica Eberhart CHC

Jessica Eberhart is an Epidemic Answers health coach whose daughter Hannah overcame stage-four anaplastic large cell non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma with an integrative approach. You can read her daughter’s success story here.

The family made diet and lifestyle changes and used cannabis oil and other therapies. Through research, Jessica also realized that exposure glyphosate most certainly played a key role in her daughter’s diagnosis.

Jessica can be found at @momcologist_on_a_mission on Instagram.


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