Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Candice-Marie Fox Deleted Facebook Post








This is her facebook page which has not yet been deleted.  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Healthycandyme/298350183626122?fref=ts
Please stop by and demand that she post irrefutable proof of her claims.  Also, she needs to publicly rectify the lie that Mark Simon is an oncologist.

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  1. I do not know if anything happened after this. This was what was up there last after I went to bed last night. She has promised to provide the proof - I have it here in black and white straight from her. She did not need to delete her facebook account; she just had to provide the proof she promised and correct that fact that Mark Simon is not an oncologist.

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    1. She bounced shortly after how any time I see the phrase 'my truth' (as opposed to 'the truth') I get suspicious because it sounds more like a personal belief than a truth.
      I also replied after her comment about how conventional doctors aren't trained to think that you can heal the body with food. I said surely any doctor woils recommend a healthy, well-balanced diet in order to get the body in shape to fight. Supplements if need be. But high doses of vitamin c can cause kidney problems and high doses of manganese can cause neurological problems, etc. Clearly I was bullying, according to the new definition of bullying.

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  2. Good grief they're quite simple requests Candice-Marie.

    It's interesting to see 'love & light' in action being used as a stalling technique. Once again a cancer myth spreader pulls the negativity card as soon as they are questioned or asked for evidence of their fantastical claims.

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    1. Yes that is their M.O. If you ask a very simple question that puts them on the spot and demands proof of their incredible claims, then they always hit back that you are being a negative person, and since they are super special and cannot have any negativity around them, they are not going to continue to engage you. Also, if this matters to Candice-Marie, up until evening when I got online, I had spent the entire day OUTDOORS AND WITH MY FAMILY. This woman makes a lot of assumptions about my lifestyle and what I need in my life in order to be a positive person.

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  3. Everything about her is so tacky, there is no way much of it is true. She honestly doesn't even look like a real person. And I find it incredibly difficult to believe she has never heard of belle, given how similar their stories are.

    I googled mark Simon and one of the first things that comes up is... Mark has experience in many different areas (ie: he mostly gets his quals from the back of a cereal box). Shameful. Has anyone contacted the media outlets that ran the stories yet? What about if we contact the journos who broke the belle story? Totally outrageous.

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    1. I think the other post has been tweeted to one of them. Newspapers are a business and perhaps the news has been overly saturated with these stories lately. Well, they can do as they like but that will not stop me from demanding that Candice-Marie Fox produce proof that her regime cured her cancer of the liver.

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    2. "Mark Simon has a diverse background in many fields."

      So do I, as it happens.

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  4. I think she has deleted her entire facebook page now???

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    1. She has another one here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Healthycandyme/298350183626122?fref=ts

      It is where we are posting our demands for proof of her claims.

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  5. Another fraudster.

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  6. Is it worth contacting Mark Simon for comment?

    The Nutritional Oncology Research Institute's Facebook page says:

    "Mark Simon has a diverse background in many fields including clinical nutrition, biomedical engineering and neuroscience. Mark's primary focus is on developing natural and non-toxic cancer therapies. Mark has been studying nutrition and alternative medicine for the past 30 years. His research on cancer has been very intense for the past 10 years."

    The only credentials listed for Simon are "CN," which as Violet pointed yesterday, denote a "certified nutritionist." According to the American Nutrition Association, "a CN can be obtained after a two-year college level or distance learning six-course program and passing a proctored exam."

    In other words, Mark Simon may have simply completed an online course to obtain his CN. He is obviously not an oncologist - in fact he is not even a doctor.

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    1. I left that question on their FB page a few days ago. They haven't commented.

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    2. I left one a few days ago too.

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    3. I wonder if they have deleted your posts, I couldn't see anything. I find it interesting that Mark Simons profile picture is of a monkey. I also noted a post of his saying that cancer can ACTUALLY BE CURED BY HIS METHOD. I am wondering if he is even a real person and/or his 'institute' is just one man with a keyboard and some money to make.

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  7. Hi Violet,
    I fully support your mission to uncover the truth about Candice-Marie Fox. Can I suggest that similar to Belle Gibson Uncovered, that you establish a page called "Healthy Candy Exposed" because already there are so many glaring inconsistencies in her statements and she won't or can't produce the evidence you have been asking for. She also said that she wouldn't be able to reply to posts due to her current location, but clearly, someone is still posting to her page at this very moment. As a responsible community and society, we need to stop and/or expose these fraudsters right from the start. You go girl!

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    1. Might you be willing to start it? Oh, and I really dislike the word "exposed". It sounds cheap and "tabloidy" to me. Could it be called "Demand the Truth from Candice-Marie Fox"? I agree it would be a good thing to have, but at the moment I just do not think I would have the time required to put into it. I have a lot of screenshots of her facebook posts about cancer. Right now they are still up on her pages, but I assume they will be taken down any day now. If that happens, then I could send them to you.

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  8. It's a little bit awkward, because I don't think she really understands she's lying. I'm quite sure she's actually genuinely in denial after reading those comments...

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  9. She appears to be suffering from metastatic emojis.

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