Whether you are exploring treatment options, looking to build your body’s own resources to heal and restore itself, hoping to find ways to supplement conventional care, or all of the above, look no further. This is the book you need.
Author: Laura Bond
Publisher: Conari Press
Remember: It’s Your Body and You Do Have Choices Beginning in 2011, journalist and health coach Laura Bond and her mother Gemma visited 60 of the world’s foremost cancer specialists and healers who are getting remarkable results in treating cancer without radiation or chemotherapy. This book shares the most exciting discoveries they made in their travels. You’ll read about everything from hydrogen peroxide therapies and juiced cannabis to high-dose vitamin C, coffee enemas (The Gerson Method), eliminating sugar from the diet, drinking green vegetable juices, and infrared saunas. Quick to point out that every cancer and every body is different, Bond does not offer a one-size-fits-all approach but throw the doors open wide to thinking about your treatment options—and even about cancer itself—in a whole new light. This book points the way toward making informed choices, based on information, not fear. Whether you are exploring treatment options, looking to build your body’s own resources to heal and restore itself, hoping to find ways to supplement conventional care, or all of the above, look no further. This is the book you need.
I'd say,. hits of chemotherapy, have been under 35 — the cutoff for a normal
reading — they've been only just normal: 33, ... We set the date for surgery, and
Barakat and I make a deal: No matter what he sees, good news or bad, no matter
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Read labels, search the Internet, find out what you are allergic to, and go organic.
Again, it's worth the effort. You must work to find what is best for your particular
body. We are all so different and what works for one doesn't work for others.
Author: Diana Warren
Internationally acclaimed integrative medical oncologist James W. Forsythe, M.D., H.M.D., has praised Diana Warren for courage and tenacity in her arduous battle against Stage II breast cancer. Doctor Forsythe insists that "Diana deserves kudos from people around the world, for refusing to subject her body to unnecessary standard chemo and radiation that unscrupulous allopathic oncologists kept trying to require her to endure." Featured in many hot-selling books written by others including media personality Suzanne Somers, and also the author of many successful books himself, Doctor Forsythe has hailed Diana for her dogged determination amid a non-stop quest to find effective natural, non-toxic treatments as her health deteriorated, while also hunting for an experienced doctor licensed to avoid high-dose poisonous options. "I strongly recommend that everyone who suffers from cancer read Diana's compelling tale," Doctor Forsythe said. "Today, Diana is playing a formidable role in helping to lead the way as a true champion in a quest to inform the public of the urgent need to avoid toxic treatments when feasible in certain circumstances, and how to find acceptable natural remedies-plus the importance of avoiding 'standard-of-care' chemo and radiation when under the care and guidance of a qualified, licensed medical professional." After reading many hundreds of books on cancer, Doctor Forsythe hails Diana's publication as being "by far among the best from the viewpoint of a person who never attended medical school. Readers undoubtedly will benefit when learning of the exceptional example Diana has set for us all."
Because "Oh! A greatest hits" — that's not a thought one has. So this takes ... I
can say, "This is what I have done in the past 20 years, and oh, what a trip, what a
ride. Now I'm on to the next 20." Now that you're well, we all want to ask about
your experience with cancer. Please let me ... The experience of going through
this, of cleaning out my life — the chemo is like a plunger for your body and your
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I said I did not , so he told me to stop taking it . I was doing so well I got cocky and
I told Jim Brannon that I was not having any reaction to the chemo . I said I would
not even lose my hair . He asked how did I know this . I told him I was supposed ...
Author: Ronald P. Bazile
Publisher: Professional Publishing
You Have Cancer reveals how four best friends who grew up in the same neighborhood and went to the same schools, the same church and they suffered from the same dreaded disease at the same time cancer! A male cancer survivor from the same city helped them to tell their story. The authors present the poignant and often overwhelming experiences of real people. It shows how the lives of these men were suddenly and dramatically changed by one sentence, You have cancer. This is not a pity party book, but instead a book of stories that will uplift and inspire cancer patience to dance rather than to sit it out. It provides coping and survival skills for their caretakers and their loved ones. This book provides the latest information and resources to combat cancer.
There , you can think evil thoughts about your mother , eat butter and meat and
sour cream , and you will not get punished , not get cancer . There , you can say
the right word or the right group of words and you will kill the wicked witch and
Author: Helene Davis
"What is admirable about Davis’s poems is that true as she is to her experience (she is alternately angry, ashamed, sad, frightened), she never succumbs to self-pity. Her sense of humor, heart, and, of course, the poems themselves keep her afloat.” --Gardner McFall, American Book Review "Davis gives us insight into a world we know, yet so rendered that our consciousness of it is that much deeper. The dream motif in several of these poems is so effectively incorporated that it seems we are inside the poems rather than simply observers: 'There is always a clock in dreams,/ but my grandfather’s face points east,/ and we take the wineglasses and the Bible/ which says Whither thou goest out of the cabinet/ and start a prayer neither of us remembers.’ Painful and witty, these poems don’t weaken as the poet tries out a diversity of forms. Hers is a voice very different from that in most contemporary poetry, and it deserves to be heard.” --Lenard D. Moore, Library Journal
On days when you feel good, it's sometimes interesting to let all of these students
and new doctors talk with you and practice doing examinations. But if you aren't
feeling good, you and your parents can say "no" to student doctors. There are ...
Author: Nancy Keene
This book was created to help young patients and their families understand about cancer, how it is treated, and ways to manage it. It shares stories and advice from children who have finished their treatments.
We hugged in silent sadness . " The worst part is the doctor told me I have to do
chemo . ” I knew from our discussion that night in the restaurant that Annie hated
the thought . “ I ' m sorry , ” I said . “ I know that ' s not what you wanted to hear .
Author: Malinda Teel
Publisher: Red Rock Press
37 short stories/articles dealing with human faith, strength, courage, and fortitude as revealed through actual personal experiences." Filled with poignancy and uncommon honesty, these stories bring to light what is often hidden: regular people really do commit acts of bravery."
Roseann speaks up , “ It's been years and I can't remember , are you able to have
wine while on chemo ? " “ Yes , “ I say , “ chemo metabolizes in the liver so they
suggest not to overtax your liver by having alcohol inside twenty - four hours ...
Author: Wendi Fox Pedicone
Wendi Fox Pedicone became a cancer statistic in August 2004 when she was diagnosed with advanced stage breast cancer. With a tremendous amount of support, she triumphed over the disease. Her book, Hanging Out With Lab Coats, chronicles her journey as she shares her personal story and passes along helpful resource information she gathered along the way.
What would you call this kind of response if it occurred after chemo ? " “ A partial
response . " “ So you ' re saying the AZT worked ? " “ No , I can ' t say that . ” “ But
if I were on chemotherapy and had this exact response you would say it worked ...
Author: Robert A. Rimer
Publisher: Alyson Books
A lively, practical handbook of medical strategies and financial advice for anyone who is HIV positive.
The worst part of women is we ' re so scared of making a fool of ourselves , sol
said no . They don ' t take you seriously , they say it ' s nothing . ... I had a second
operation after six months of chemo , a second - look operation . After the first ...
Author: Tracy Chutorian Semler
Publisher: Rutledge Hill Press
Covers bias in the medical community, selection of health care providers, anatomy, menstrual health, contraception, pregnancy, mental health, fitness, nutrition, and common diseases.
While chemo was not so great, reconstruction was interesting and fun, even
though it hurt and was painful. I looked forward to going to ... Other people would
say, "Oh God, you look so good," but they didn't know. He knew what I looked like
Author: Deborah Hobler Kahane
Ten interviews with women from all walks of life reveal the psychological effects of breast cancer and the ways in which women deal with the trauma and misconceptions associated with the disease