Dawn D. Wittig, 60, of Sturgeon Bay (Hoe Island) Potawatomi State Park, entered into eternal life with her Savior, Jesus Christ, Monday evening, July 28, 2014, with her loving husband, Fred, at her side. She came to know Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at the age of 26.
Dawn was a member of Door County Christian Women’s Organization. She enjoyed being outdoors, sewing, playing and performing classical guitar, along with continuing her Bible study and education. Dawn was always very active and even participated in a triathlon last year.
At the Sacred Life Center, we provide a humane approach to solving serious chronic health issues like cancer. We look for the “root cause” and offer a pure science based plan to address the problem and its cause. This is without any damage to the patient, no harmful chemicals like chemo, no radiation, and rarely any surgery. This is very common sense and intensely focused on making the patient well.
We call it the Terrain Approach. It addresses the complete “Terrain” surrounding the patient, including everything that could affect the person’s well being, nutritionally, physically and emotionally.
We understand that researching and choosing the right cancer treatment can be very confusing and it is a very important, personal decision. But if you have ever witnessed the effects of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery to treat cancer and thought to yourself, there has to be a better way, then you may find the research and information on this site of great interest. We are here not only to tell you but to show you, there is a better way.
We also feel it is our duty to uncover much of the truth that big health care does not want the public to know. You can find our research here.