A Cancer Battle Plan Paperback – Dec 29 1997
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THis book clearly endorses surgery, chemo, and/or radiation to stop advanced cancer. THe question is what next? I have three young children. Should I do nothing and just hope that I fall on the + side of stats? Or do I take aggressive action to try and put my self in the positive side? Choose for yourself. As for me, I will fight with all of my strength to beat this. I am a believer, and my ultimate hope is in God, but he gave me a mind to think, and a strong will to fight and live. TO that end, I ask, can a good detox program followed by a healthy nutritious diet possibly be harmful? I think not. Is the potential harm from follow-up chemo worth only 3-8% increase in 5-year survival? I am still praying and thinking about this one. I may forgo the chemo, but only after many consultations with the oncologist. I don't dismiss the imortance of the medical establishment, neither did Anne.
I find the diet to be a bit too radical, and am reading other books ("Juice FOr Life") that allow some fish and poultry in the meals, along with more reasonable food mixing, and more cooked foods. However, the other books seem to align with the this one regarding cleansing and juice recomendations, and emphasis on raw fruits and veggies. I don't look forward to the juice fast cleansing, but honestly, can it hurt? Might it help?Read more ›
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I was looking for a book that would enlighten me on the subject of chemotherapy and what one goes through when they find out they have cancer. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Anne
Since there are all kinds of postings on this site about this book and their authors, etc. I would like to mention I have called about going to the HealthQuarters retreat and it... Read morePublished on Dec 28 2003
This book was literally a life saver for me and my husband. The guidance and advice was so simple and clear. It was a complete education in nutrition. Read morePublished on March 30 2003 by Nancy Swedelius
My father died of cancer about 6 months ago. My mother says the book is very helpful, even for those of us without cancer. Read morePublished on Aug. 26 2002
See end of post for an edit.* The story of what happened with the diagnosis of cancer and interactions with the doctors is good and inspirational - keep your own control/don't give... Read morePublished on April 9 2002
This is an excellent, motivating book. If you don't believe you can cure yourself of cancer, you'd better read this book.Published on Feb. 18 2002 by Amazon Customer
There are three schools of thought regarding the origins of cancer: 1. it is genetic. 2. it is environmental. 3. it is a combination of 1 and 2. Read morePublished on Dec 30 2001
I do not have cancer but it is prevalent in my family. Therefore I wanted to get a book to understand more about cancer and about detoxification. Read morePublished on Aug. 9 2001