Inspirational speaker Tony Robbins joined Tucker Carlson on his show “Tucker Carlson Today” to discuss the often-ignored benefits of restorative medicine, as well as preventative health measures for those looking to live a long, prosperous life.
He also discussed his childhood fear of cancer, and how he never treated a tumor that he still has to this day.
Robbins, whose books and words have inspired people around the world, sat down with Carlson to talk about health while the country is still experiencing the effects of the global pandemic. During the interview, he discussed the miraculous things he has seen, including “an 11-year-old boy who was supposed to die when he was four” whose life was turned around by stem cells.
“Believe it or not, the Pope, every two years, has the biggest regenerative conference in the world, brings all the top stem cell doctors,” Robbins noted. “He wanted me to be the keynote speaker of this three-day conference. And I said ‘happily’ but I wanna go to all the classes.”
“So I went to all the classes, I met an 11-year-old boy who was supposed to die when he was four, got stem cells, turned around. I met people sent home to die that were turned around by some of the new alternatives to cancer treatment.”
He went on to mention his own cancer scare, as well as his deep fear of cancer and how he’s still living with a tumor on his pituitary gland.
“I was scared of death about cancer, when I was a little kid, when I was young people around me got cancer,” he explained. “When I was 19, 20 years old, I thought, ‘I’m going to die of cancer. That’s why I’m successful at a young age. It’s not going to be quick. It’s going to be long, I’m gonna die at a young age.’ And then I helped somebody who had cancer and that took away some of my fears, and then I had a tumor. I still have it. My pituitary gland, it’s why I grew 10 inches in a year. I had it when I was 17 because I grew that fast. I tell people that my growth was personal growth. But that tumor, I didn’t treat it. I still have it. I was told to have it treated but I didn’t and it’s been 30 plus years and I’ve been totally fine.”
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