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Taking cannabis oil and changing diet made terminal cancer ‘disappear’, claims rugby star’s wife

PUBLISHED: 18:01 29 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:11 30 May 2018

Tom and Tiffany Youngs with their daughter, Maisie. Picture: COURTESY OF THE YOUNGS

Tom and Tiffany Youngs with their daughter, Maisie. Picture: COURTESY OF THE YOUNGS

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A rugby star’s wife whose blood cancer is now in remission adopted a radical new regime which included taking cannabis oil and not eating during certain hours of the day, she told Sky News.

Tiffany Youngs, the wife of Leicester and England star Tom Youngs, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2014 and was told last year that the illness would be terminal. However, after heading to hospital in February her consultant said she was in remission.

The 32-year-old from Happisburgh claims that cannabis oil and changes to her diet made terminal cancer “disappear”.

After gruelling stem cell treatment she focused on alternative options. She only ate fish, took cannabis oil and cut milk, red meat, sugar and caffeine out of her diet while starving herself between 7pm and midday.

She also used an ENS cosmodic machine treatment, which uses metal prongs to send electric pulses into the body to stimulate cells.


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