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Cancer – what is it?

What is a University professor talking about when he uses the word cancer?

Before we discuss various theories concerning what cancer is or is not, I would like to tell you something about the importance of these theories. You will notice on the following pages that the answer to the question “What is cancer really” has two main camps. In one camp are the proponents of allopathy who naturally (must) stay with the mutation theory, and in the other camp are all the other theories. I cannot tell you 100% who is right and who is wrong, even if 99.9% percent of my research contradicts the mutation theory.

However for you as a cancer patient it is most likely vital that you make a decision. I cannot relieve you of this responsibility and the reason is: My research has clearly shown that non-conventional therapies in many cases only help if the body has not been previously damaged by aggressive therapies – through therapies not through cancer. Most cancer patients however only start with non-conventional therapies after conventional therapies have failed, in the style of: “Now let’s do 3 cycles of chemotherapy and 30 radiations and if the tumor comes back then we can always try an alternative therapy.” This book will help you make an informed decision and you will not be able to avoid making an informed decision. The Beckenbauer soccer tactic: “Let’s wait a while”, does not work for cancer because chemotherapies and primarily radiation, cause irreparable damage. Even if many doctors still maintain the contrary – oncological experience clearly speaks a different language. It is very important that you make your own opinion, and not get involved with these theories before you decide for a therapy. You must also know that doctors in hospitals always represent the mutation theory; legally they have no other choice.

BOOKS
Read more about CANCER by reading a book.

Childhood Cancer: A Parent’s Guide to Solid Tumor Cancers

The Praeger Handbook on Women’s Cancers: Personal and Psychosocial Insights

It’s in Your DNA

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