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Marjolein Dies of Ovarian Cancer After Being Treated with Sodium Bicarbonate by Tullio Simoncini

With great sadness we learned that Marjolein Bouwman, a young Dutch woman and once-advocate of Tullio Simoncini’s cancer therapy, died of metastasized ovarian cancer on November 2, 2008.

When Marjolein Bouwman was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer, she was advised to take conventional therapy. Instead, she decided to contact Tullio Simoncini in Rome, where she was given a number of injections with sodium bicarbonate by him. The other part of the treatment consisted of infusions of sodium bicarbonate, which Marjolein adminstered herself in her own home in the Netherlands. Soon after, Simoncini declared that Marjolein was completely cured. Ecstatically happy, Marjolein became a staunch advocate of Simoncini’s sodium bicarbonate therapy. However, undeniable proof of her miracle cure was never delivered, in spite of repeated promises.

A few months ago, Marjolein stated that Simoncini had deceived her and that she had not been cured at all. At that time, her cancer had already metastasized so extensively that she had a less than 40% chance of recovery. She also said that Simoncini’s useless therapy had caused her to lose valuable time, which might well have been fatal. 

Marjolein was only 25 years old and the mother of a little boy.

5 responses to “Marjolein Dies of Ovarian Cancer After Being Treated with Sodium Bicarbonate by Tullio Simoncini

  1. beatis November 12, 2008 at 8:28 am

    Sincere condolences to Marjolein’s family.

  2. Passing stranger November 17, 2008 at 9:58 pm

    One hopes that Simoncini and his fellow quacks will be prosecuted for the local equivalent of Reckless Endangerment; after he gets out of jail in Italy of course.

  3. Urich November 29, 2008 at 11:09 pm

    Sincere condolences to Marjolein’s family as well. Hopefully Simoncini and other innovative practitioners will one day be able to come forward with procedures that will work for all cancer patients and such tragic losses will be vanquished.

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  5. Clifton Mcfarling October 3, 2012 at 4:12 am

    Ovarian cancer is currently treatable if you can arrest it on its early stages. Therefore, early diagnosis is very very critical. *'”*,

    Thanks again

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