Family that fled to Central America to stop Amish girl, 10, from getting chemotherapy claim her cancer is GONE thanks to natural remedies
The Amish parents of Sarah Hershberger, now 11, fled their home in Ohio to a clinic in Central America
Grandfather says blood and imaging tests show Sarah, who has turned 11 years old, is cancer free
The family have returned to U.S. but remain in hiding with a baby sitter
Doctors at Akron Children’s Hospital said Sarah’s leukemia is treatable, but say she will die without chemotherapy
By JAMES NYE and DAILY MAIL REPORTER
29 November 2013
An Ohio Amish girl diagnosed with leukemia who had fled the U.S. with her family to avoid chemotherapy has been cured after being treated with natural remedies in Central America, according to her grandfather.
Doctors fought the family’s decision to end chemotherapy, saying Sarah Hershberger would die without it within six months.
Issac Keim told the Akron Beacon Journal that his granddaughter Sarah recently celebrated her 11th birthday and seems vibrant and healthy.