Woman Says Her Tumors Disappeared After Visiting Religious Wisconsin Shrine

Praise the Lord!

Nancy Foytik was a lapsed Catholic when she was diagnosed with cancer. With possibly less than 2 years to live and little hope, Foytik reached out for spiritual help: she visited the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Wisconsin.

This is not just any shrine. It’s the first and only apparition site in the United States that’s been approved by the Catholic Church as “worthy of belief.”

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While she was there, she says a voice told her that she would be all right.

“We just knew when I walked out of the chapel that day that I was going to be cured,” she explained.

Then, a medical miracle happened: when doctors performed a surgery to check on the cancer on one of her lungs, they were flabbergasted to find that it had vanished.

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Here’s a video of her telling her story:

What do you make of her story? Let us know in the comments!

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