All too often, people seek the assistance of a Rabbi, a counselor, a mentor, or what have you, when they are faced with a serious challenge in their lives.  Help and empathy are given, prayers are sincerely recited and hearts join together to support those in need.

A common complaint by those whose council is sought is that people only come with their bad news, but often fail to return to share the good news when they are blessed with a turnaround of their situation .

Everyone has a unique experience in their battle against cancer.  When survivors share their story, they inspire us to persevere in the face of adversity and to never give up hope.

Against All Odds  Sahra Smith shares her battle with lung cancer and how she achieved remission to the surprise of her doctors through the Safirstein Program.

A Survivor’s Story – HaRav Yosef Taussig Shlita He was given only two weeks to live after a painful fight with metastasized kidney cancer.  But all hope is never lost and after only a short time on the Safirstein program, the improvement was miraculous.

A Time to Give Thanks This Seudas Hodaa, literally “meal of thanksgiving” was a truly moving event.  We were thrilled to join Yossi and his family in celebrating his triumph over brain cancer.

We sincerely hope that you will soon join the ranks of the survivors, share your success with us and empower others to face their war on cancer and triumph.

Harav Hagaon, Rav Avrohom Chaim Levin Shlita, Rosh Yeshiva of Telshe Chicago, sent this letter with his Brocho for the Safirstein program:

Rabbi Levin letter of recommendation

Dr. Michael B. Schachter, director of the Schachter Center for Complimentary Medicine, shares his impressions of the Safirstein program in this recent lecture.

Dr. Avrum J. Epstein, Diagnostic, Interventional and MRI-MSK Radiologist, shares his opinion of the Safirstein program.

Avrum J Epstein MD

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