Dear Candice-Marie Fox,
First let me tell you how glad I am that you corrected some lies about your story, namely that the "cancer" in your liver was actually a benign tumor and that Mark Simon is not really an oncologist. I wanted to clarify that I believe you that you had thyroid cancer at one point. Since you admitted that your thyroid cancer was successfully treated using reality-based medicine, I take no issue with that part of your story. However, there are still some things that need to be made clear. Did you really get a prognosis of five years to live after your thyroid cancer was successfully treated? Please either answer yes or no. If yes, then please post irrefutable proof. Do you have pre-cancerous cells in your lungs and in the back of your neck that were treated using a pineapple protocol? If yes, please post irrefutable proof. These were all things that were posted in various media articles about you. I am going to go ahead and give you the benefit of the doubt that the media simply got your story wrong or misquoted you. After all, only a person of extremely low character would ever be so unethical as to lie about having cured terminal cancer using pineapples (and other stuff, I know). So if these are not true, then you would be very unethical and dishonest to not contact these news sites and make sure that the correct version of what happened to you is put out there.
Unless you provide irrefutable proof that you cured malignant cancer using pinapples, then I must insist that you put up a permanent and conspicuous disclaimer on both your facebook page and your website which clarifies what is and is not true about your cancer and your treatment. Your current "disclaimer" is buried in your facebook page under a link to a website. There must be a clarification which is permanent and obvious to any person who visits your facebook page or your website. If you do not do this, then this blog post will follow your business around the internet until you do so. I know that the quintessential reaction from "wellness" bloggers like you is that I am "bullying" you. I am not bullying you; I am merely requesting that you are transparent about something as serious as being able to cure cancer using nutritional means. The truth is not negative or mean or bullying in any way whatsoever. If telling the truth prevents white light from reaching your chakras, then that is your problem and the people suffering from cancer should not have to pay the price for it. On your facebook page and in the media you use a lot of words like "compassion", "understanding", "positivity", "finding your truth", etc. Since that is what you are about, I am sure that you can understand where I am coming from. My demand for a truthful accounting of your cancer story is 100% motivated by my compassion for people who have cancer. It is not motivated by "picking on you" or anything else that "wellness" bloggers say in order to avoid being completely transparent and truthful.
If you are the decent person you present yourself to be, then I am sure that I will immediately see either an express point-by-point clarification of any falsehood about you, or irrefutable proof of your claims. One final time: I am only asking for the truth, and there is absolutely nothing negative about the truth.