Well, well, I am so pleased for Dieneke! Her myeloma-curcumin story is still in the news, even after all these months (I first reported on it in August).
But what surprised me was to discover (today) that the Italian news has also picked up her story, as you can see here: goo.gl/sCKzkA
And the Times, too (in addition to many British papers, of course): goo.gl/bnefDA
Well done, Dieneke!
I should have posted this link (see below) days ago, but ever since we lost our eldest cat, Puzzola, practically all my free time has been devoted to taking care of, and doing research for, Piccolo (the big black and white cat in my header photo), who, at age 14, has unfortunately been diagnosed with spondyloarthrosis, a very painful, degenerative condition of the spine…
But this will be fodder for another post, since I have a question for those of you who have pets…
Today my focus is instead on Dieneke, my longtime blog reader whose oncologists recently published her case study (see my May 30 2017 post). As a result of that, she was interviewed by a reporter from the Daily Mail (UK), and the article was published on July 24.
I was and am extremely pleased about this for two reasons:
- curcumin has really worked for Dieneke…and it always makes me so happy to think about all the blog readers who have benefited from taking this extract (or other things, too, for that matter…think of blog reader TAB, for example…).
- her recent “stardom” has enabled her to to reach out and help others…And that is wonderful!
Here is the link to the Daily Mail article (with photos), which, by the way, has been picked up by a slew of other news sources online and has thus gone VIRAL, how about that, eh…: goo.gl/wMzJ7e. Fantastic.
I hope you all enjoy reading it as much as I did.
And again, THANK YOU, Dieneke: you are an inspiration to so many, including yours truly! 🙂