Miracles by the Holy Belt of Most Holy Theotokos (Virgin Mary) [Volume 15]

23. The odds of survival were few
«My name is Koulina Glodarenko. I live in Konstanza, Romania, at Mircea cel Batran 152, A, and I am the chief accountant at the hospital.
I am writing to you to inform you about a terrible event which had a good ending with the grace of God.
On the 5 January 1999, my husband, Victor, had a stroke. He was taken to hospital and a few days later his kidneys stopped functioning. The tests showed that his condition was very serious. Even though the doctors used every method to keep him alive, the odds for his survival were very few. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

Miracles by the Holy Belt of Most Holy Theotokos (Virgin Mary) [Volume 13]

11. Our Lady saved me
In an interview with «A.T» newspaper, Sergeant Christos Petropoulos, who is stationed at Petralona Attikis, says that while he was chasing a Romanian convict, he was shot at. The bullet pierced his wallet.
«Do you know what saved me?» he asks. «Our Most Holy Lady did. I have a piece of the ribbon blessed on her Holy Belt kept in my wallet and I never go without it».

Miracles by the Holy Belt of Most Holy Theotokos (Virgin Mary) [Volume 12]

17. I am feeling better
A year ago I had severe backache. For a while I could not even stand. I went to see a doctor and had a prayer read to me in church. A few days later I felt better. I continued to work, trying to avoid lifting heavy weights. I also went to another doctor and underwent some mecial proceedure. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

Pregnancy hormones trigger the production of a protective protein that blocks breast cancer growth

By David Derbyshire
Last updated at 9:50 AM on 25th November 2009

A chemical produced naturally in women’s bodies during pregnancy offers hope as a powerful breast cancer drug, scientists say.
Alph-fetoprotein, or AFP, seems to halt the growth of existing tumours and prevent new ones from appearing, a study found.
Although experts stress the findings need to be repeated in human tests, they believe the molecule could eventually be converted into a breast cancer drug.

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