I am currently updating my book The Cancer Survivor’s Bible and have just stumbled on a substance that really can claim to be an alternative cancer cure that does not cause pain and damage. The substance is Salicinium Continue reading “Salicinium – a cancer cure?”
One of the undoubted successes of contemporary conventional medicine is in the development of diagnostics. But not all diagnostic procedures are as safe as they are assumed to be. Here I will discuss one of the more contentious.
The mammogram test, in which breasts are X-rayed, has also been severely criticized for squeezing and bruising breast tissue— and in that way actually promoting the problem that it is supposed to be testing for. Physical trauma is considered to be one possible cause of cancer, and if there is cancer present it may also act to make the tumour more aggressive. Cancer incidence has been shown in some surveys… Continue reading “Mammograms”
Recently, a woman I know who is well into her 80s confessed that she was worried about breast cancer and feeling she should have a mammogram – but wasn’t looking forward to that at all. I hope I helped her by explaining that a woman of her age should stop worrying about cancer – as any cancer that appeared at her age would be slow growing and so could be ignored. There was certainly no guarantee that treating it would extend her life in any way. And as for the mammogram, she should take note of what I have written in The Cancer Survivor’s Bible –
I am in the process of updating my Cancer Survivor’s Bible in the hope that I can attract a mainstream publisher who has the distribution facility to get this book into bookshops. Currently the book is only available from on-line bookshops. The last time I updated my book I lost all my status and was unable to transfer testimonials – so went from page 1 on Amazon UK and Amazon USA to the further reaches for cyber-Siberia. Not a pleasant experience and even years later I have not managed to get back – so I won’t be updating this on-line book. However, I will post portions of my new version on the blog. Here is my updated discussion of Tamoxifen: Continue reading “Tamoxifen”