Tuesday, March 7, 2017


To my family and friends,

Dan and I treasure our friendships and thank each and every one for your support through these past six years.  You all have stood by us while we have been managing our cancer.  Two weeks ago, we both had a lab test, everything looks fabulous.  Neither, of us show any cancer.

As I look back, it’s all a blur and every day I pinch myself to see if it is all real.  Yes, this happened to us and we are humble to have found a method that did not have side effects and have given us an opportunity to educate others on what types of therapies that are out there from Germany to Japan and all around the world.

I have created a web site, along with the facility that has been helping us heal ourselves.  With the information and knowledge, we can all make a change.  I found that it starts with one person and spreads with another until many open up and follow.  I wish everyday if only, these methods were available when my father had cancer many years ago, maybe, I would have him today to hug and share my passion with.

I welcome all of you to come to the web site and share with others.  If Dan and I help just one, then this passion we have will be a blessing http://www.thejourneytogoodhealth.com . 

Dan and I recently completed a seminar on LOW-LEVEL-LASER THERAPY. The therapy concept of LOW-LEVEL-LASER THERAPY has been developed in Germany and is based on the usage of soft lasers.  Unlike surgical lasers that destroy tissue and cells, soft lasers supply our body with energy to trigger numerous regenerative processes.

 Medical laser therapy applies blue, green, yellow, red and infrared lasers.  Each color develops different effects which are evoked by the stimulation of specific cellular components, such as growth factors or cells of our immune system.  These effects have been proven by a large number of clinical studies.

LOCAL LASER THERAPY (non- invasive) and Laser Needle Acupuncture.  This laser therapy applies up to twelve so-called laser needles simultaneously.  They are not inserted into the skin, but only attached externally.  These needle-like laser ends have the ability to achieve a high-energy density that can penetrate directly into the body to stimulate pain areas and develop healing mechanisms.  This works for spine syndromes, arthrosis, slipped disc, rheumatic diseases, tendinitis, trigeminal neuralgia, depressions, MS, gastro-intestinal diseases, allergies, asthma, hypertension, and diabetes.

TRANSCRANIAL LASER THERAPY stimulates various neurological processes which makes it an innovative and promising new treatment option for post-treatment of strokes, the treatment of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, cerebral sclerosis, migraines, vertigo, tinnitus and other degenerative cerebral disorders.

INTERSTITIAL LASER THERAPY in order to bring even more laser light into low-lying tissue layers, a new technique, the percutaneous interstitial laser therapy, was developed.  By using a sterile catheter, it reaches penetration depths of up to 12cm. This therapy works on Chronic spinal disorders, Herniated discs, Scar pain after disc surgery, Spinal stenosis, Nerve lesions, Tendonitis and strains.

INTRA-ARTICULAR LASER THERAPY is used primarily in the treatment of damaged joints by application of the newly developed catheter technology.  It allows direct irradiation of dysfunctional tissues.  This therapy works on Knee joint arthrosis, Hip arthrosis, Chronic shoulder syndromes, Ankle arthrosis.

LASER THERAPY IN COMBINATION WITH PLATELET RICH PLASMA, this therapy simulates cell reproduction, angiogenesis and the formation of connective tissue.  The injection combined with laser therapy, taking advantage of the regenerative effects of the laser irradiation and thus obtaining even better treatment results.  Due to its analgesic, anti-inflammatory and wound-healing effects, treatment can improve various conditions as Orthopedics (arthrosis, bone regeneration), Sports Medicine (tendinopathy, fractures, wound healing) and Aesthetic Medicine (skin rejuvenation, scar treatment, hair loss).

INTRAVENOUS LASER THERAPY enables the application of laser light directly into the bloodstream by using a special catheter technology.  The laser light stimulates circulating blood cells and stem cells.  This therapy works for Internal diseases (diabetes mellitus, chronic liver and kidney diseases), Metabolic disorders, Cardiovascular diseases, Chronic pain, Fibromyalgia and rheumatism, Allergies, Macular degeneration, Tinnitus, Multiple sclerosis, Depression and burn-out, Lyme disease, and General performance increase (in sports).

PHOTODYNAMIC TUMOR THERAPY is a therapeutic approach in the treatment of various tumor diseases.  The method is based on the stimulation of light-sensitive substances.  It is either applied to the skin in the form of a cream, given into the blood-stream by infusion/or is injected locally into the tumor.

EXTERNAL PDT FOR THE TREATMENT OF SKIN CANCER works for treatment of basal cell carcinoma or keratosis.  A special cream with light-sensitive substance is applied locally to the affected skin area.  The subsequent laser irradiation destroys tumor cells selectively.

SYSTEMIC AND INTERSTITIAL PDT THERAPY.  The light-sensitive substance is administrated by infusion and activated through systemic intravenous.  The laser can now irradiate and destroy the disease tissue locally.  This therapy works for Pancreatic cancer, Mediastinal metastases, Breast tumor, Tumor in the floor of the mouth, Tumor in the esophagus, rectum or intestinal and Prostate or bladder tumor.

ANTI-MICROBIAL PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY aims to kill bacterial, viral parasitic pathogens.  The procedure is very similar to the one used in Photo-dynamic Tumor Therapy.  The great advantage of the therapy is that it even kills mulitresistant pathogens. This therapy works for Viral diseases (hepatitis, HIV, herpes, etc.), Bacterial infections, Multiresistant staphylococci, Parasitic diseases, Lyme disease.

With a combination of other methods on the treatment page one can heal without long term side effects.

Thank you (HUGS)

Sherry Malin

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