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IV. Miracle Cures

All-Encompassing Compassion
How the cancer of a devout Christian was cancelled

Prof. H.S.Bhat is an eminent Urologist and is hailed as the ‘Father of Urology’ in India. A distinguished surgeon with a long and rich experience in various hospitals in India and abroad, he has been serving in the Department of Urology at Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Prasanthigram since 1992. An ardent devotee of Baba, he has had many experiences and witnessed many miracle cures. Below, he describes one of them concerning one of his close relatives:

My son-in-law's mother is a devout Christian and the wife of a pastor. At the age of seventy six, she developed breast cancer. It was very advanced, ulcerated, and quite smelly. Without revealing her agony to anyone, she endured great pain and spent sleepless nights.

Baba not only told my son-in-law about his mother's problem, but also gave him Vibhuti and a Lingam. Swami told my son-in-law to give both to his mother, and instructed that the lady be given everyday water first poured over the Lingam.

Although her religious beliefs did not tune her to Baba's miracles, she agreed as a last resort to do what Baba had advised. Swami told Francis (my son-in-law) that He would help his mother to live happily despite the disease.

It was only a matter of weeks before the ulcer started healing and normal skin began to cover the lesion. The foul odour disappeared forthwith. Her appetite improved and her pain got markedly diminished. She was also able to sleep well.
She became involved with the activities of the family and played with her grandchildren.

Her consultant oncologist was awestruck to see her looking well, when she went for the follow up. He regretted not taking a clinical photograph of the lesion before Baba's salve was administered.

Reference: “Love All Serve All” published by Sathya Sai Publications of New Zealand. Page: 301.

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