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2/06/21
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My Way Radio

An exciting new digital media platform hitting the
airwaves in June is offering Algarve businesses
free advertising when it launches.




My Way Radio

An exciting new digital media platform hitting the airwaves in June is offering Algarve businesses free advertising when it launches.


My Way Radio will be broadcasting 24/7 and playing a variety of classic hits alongside up-and-coming artists. There will also be a range of DJs having their sets aired, plus a collection of motivational podcasts, sports and cooking shows. To listen, just download a free Android or Apple app (just search for My Way Radio). The station will also be Alexa compatible.

The team behind the station are Dee Mani-Mitchell and her UK music artist husband Remmy Ruso, who is the station manager. The couple decided to set up a space where musicians and artists, who have been unable to perform regularly since last March, could showcase their talents.

The My Way brand originated in 2018, when Dee made international headlines after revealing she had healed her aggressive breast cancer illegally using full-extract cannabis oil (FECO). After finding a lump that seemed to have appeared overnight, the British mother was diagnosed with Grade 3 triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) in March 2017. TNBC is deemed the most aggressive type of breast cancer and medics believe it can only be treated with a conventional mix of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy.


Dee
Remmy Ruso


Dee trained as a pharmacist and her own experiences made her question whether medics are too ready to prescribe high-cost treatments for cancer. Having lost her own sister to cancer five years previously, she decided to opt out of the traditional treatments and instead favoured a combination of natural methods.

After researching alternative treatments online, she stumbled on the reported benefits of cannabis oil. She found a local supplier in Tenerife and began taking the oil every night before bed. She describes taking FECO as “feeling like a sleeping pill” due to its relaxing effects. Alongside the oil, she used a range of immune-boosting and cancer-fighting supplements, changed her diet to plant-based, and fuelled her body with nutrition from juicing. She also practiced meditation and grounding.

In August 2017, and just four short months after using FECO, Dee was given the all-clear. She claims her victory over cancer was mainly due to the cannabis oil. She has now been cancer free for almost four years and has written an Amazon best-selling book detailing her cancer journey. Her book is called My Way – hence the brand name. Since her recovery, she has completed many medical marijuana courses, so she’s fully equipped with the knowledge to help other cancer patients. In fact, she has found herself becoming a cannabis and natural health advocate due to the large social media following she has.

The majority of Dee’s time is now spent supporting and mentoring other sufferers with their healing journeys. She is a columnist for two medical marijuana publications. She writes to help raise further awareness by highlighting true life stories of different illnesses healed by cannabis oil use.

The radio station is offering the first three months of advertising completely in return for businesses promoting the station on their social media and by word of mouth.

“This way, we are all working together, and it’s how communities come alive by supporting one another,” Dee explains.

To get your company promoted, send the guys an email:
info@mywayradio.org

My Way, Following The Cancer Brick Road can be bought from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Gardners Books. Cancer support is available at:
www.deemani.com

The award-winning range of CBD products can purchased at:
www.mywaycbd.com



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