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By Woon Lim, Supervising Appraiser, Los Angeles County Assessor Office

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now, a crown is waiting for me. These words could be Josefina Cua , an Appraiser in Region 5, who succumbed to her battle with cancer on February 28, 2001.

Josefina was born on December 22, 1950 in Manila, Philippines.  She graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics.  While a student in college, she also taught school part time.  In 1972 she married Stanley Cua, a chemical engineer in Region 30.  They came to the United States in 1985. Stan credits Josefina for creating and maintaining a loving, nurturing home for their three children.

Josefina joined Los Angeles County in 1990 as a clerk in the Pasadena office.  In 1997 she was accepted into Appraiser Training Class 56.  To those of us who were fortunate enough to have worked closely with Josefina, she was more than a colleague, she was a dear and beloved friend.  She was kind, generous, and extremely considerate.  She would go out of her way to help others and never expect anything in return.  Even during her illness, she still made time for her family, friends, and coworkers.  She never complained about her troubles, but was always an encouragement to those she came into contact with, including those she met while undergoing her cancer treatment.

She was the best coworker anyone could have asked for.  She was conscientious, cooperative and willing to carry more than her fair share of the workload.  She was a constant inspiration to us all.  All of us who knew her will miss her very much, but her loving and caring acts will linger fondly in our memories.

Reprinted from The Valuator, Vol 4, No 3, March, 2001, published by Los Angeles County Office of The Assessor.

Below in the section of "Curing Cancer with Chinese Qigong" there are two very famous Chinese qigongs in the last 50 years, they were founded recently but were based on many traditional Chinese qigong styles some had been practiced for many thousand years. These two Chinese qigongs, Guolin Qigong and Zhineng Qigong were used to cure cancer in China for 50 years since 1970s. If they can heal cancer they can probably heal all other chronic diseases, furthermore, they are also recipes for a healthy and active lifestyle free of all kinds of chronic diseases that cannot be cured by present orthodox medicine.


Curing Cancer with Chinese Qigong

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1000 Testimonies By Cancer Type (Not available, presently under updating)

There are presently hundreds of alternative cancer treatments just like the display of detergents or other supermarket products, cancer patients who are interested in treatments other than the conventional surgery, radiation and chemotherapy are usually very confused. Here are Some Effective Alternative Cancer Therapy Weblink that I personally believe are more effective and have many testimonials.

Below is a news release on September 29, 2012, of a 100-year-old cyclist in France who had won the title of fastest cyclist covering 100 kilometers in 4 hours 17 minutes.

For those senior citizens above 60 please consider yourself very young compared to above centenarian cyclist, you don't need to exercise on a bicycle, it may be a little too strenuous, you can learn to practice more gentle Chinese Qigong to heal your present illness and to become healthy and active for the next many decades. And if you decide to learn Chinese Qigong, either for healing or for optimal health and longevity, send me an email I will give you information of how to start free of charge or where to find a good teacher in your vicinity with reasonable fee.

Here is another one who is

72 years old lady with the look of 40-year-old body and mind

her secret is vegetarian and raw foods. She has a 58-year-old boy friend. When you are past 60 forget about the "calendar" age, it is the biological age that determines whether you are young or old, whether you are climbing mountain or sick in bed, and to anyone "age is in the eyes of the beholder".
Disclaimer: does not in any way give professional medical advice.  This is a support website for those who are interested in optimal health and longevity without chronic illnesses of the present modern society. Resources available at this website are for references only.  Thank you for visiting. 
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