Who We Are
Believe Big is a non-profit Christian organization founded by Ivelisse and Jimmy Page after her battle with stage IV colon cancer without the use of chemotherapy and remains cancer free today. Since 2011, Believe Big has helped thousands of patients move through the overwhelming process of cancer by bridging the gap between conventional and complementary medicine. Believe Big not only helps patients survive but thrive. Not just physically, but emotionally and spiritually as well.
Last year, Believe Big impacted over 300,000 individuals and it is our goal in the next two years to help 1 million cancer patients retreat, reset, and restore physically, emotionally, and spiritually so that they can live the highest quality of life.
To see cancer patients and their families discover their pathway to healing.
To help families face, fight, and overcome cancer.
- Educate individuals on a comprehensive approach to cancer prevention and treatment.
- Connect patients with physicians trained in mistletoe therapy, oncology nutritionists, and the resources necessary to help them advocate for their own health.
- Provide spiritual support to help patients and their families overcome fear and anxiety.
- Overcome cancer with the development of The Believe Big Institute of Health and supporting the ongoing phases of the Mistletoe Clinical Trial in collaboration with The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
What We Do
"We help people of all faiths."
Believe Big is a warm, inviting community that welcomes patients of all faith backgrounds and beliefs. We are respectful of each person’s beliefs, while at the same time, being true to who we are.
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