Can Niacin help to cure cancer?

Vitamin B3, aka niacin, is known to have positive effects on mood, so can be taken as an  antidepressant. It is used by many doctors also as a therapy for people with schizophrenia. But it has many other uses. I personally take it because I found it helped me get out of bed in the mornings without pain. Previously, I had got out of bed very slowly and awkwardly. Now I jump out of bed.

There are also a number of cases where the combination of niacin (3 x 1,000mg per day with meals) combined with Vitamin C has had the effect of curing a number of different cancers. For example, this case as described by Dr Abram Hoffer: “ a woman I had treated for depression several years earlier consulted me again. This time she was depressed because her 16-year-old daughter had Ewings tumor (a highly malignant sarcoma) in one arm and she was slated for surgery to amputate her arm. This was the standard treatment. I told her about the previous patient and his recovery and suggested that although there was no evidence it would help it could do no harm and might possibly be of some value. Her daughter agreed to take niacinamide 1 gram after each meal and ascorbic acid 1 gram after each meal. Her surgeon agreed to postpone surgery for a month. She recovered and the last time I heard from her family she was married and leading a normal productive life, with both arms. I concluded that vitamin B-3 was the most important component and that the vitamin C was helpful.” – Hoffer’s full article, which contains other case studies of people recovering from cancer with the help of niacin,  can be found at www.doctoryourself.com.

Salicinium – a cancer cure?

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?”

Cancer: making sure your tissues are alkaline

 

Many people make the claim that a healthy person cannot get cancer – that cancer develops because the body is already in a state of ill health. A healthy body is alkaline (high pH levels) in its tissues and an unhealthy body is acidic (low pH levels).

Baking Soda (sodium bicarbonate)

One approach to curing cancer by raising pH levels, originally promoted by an Appalachian folk healer in the 1930s, is to… Continue reading “Cancer: making sure your tissues are alkaline”

What Kathy Downer discovered

Everyone is, potentially, an amateur epidemiologist. You see something that, well, just seems odd. So you investigate further. You understand that something can be a coincidence, so one or two examples simply won’t cut the mustard. You also understand that something can be true even though we don’t understand why it is true. Or we might suspect a reason but be totally unable, through lack of resources, to prove it. Continue reading “What Kathy Downer discovered”

Book description

This book aims to provide a complete orientation to the subject of cancer for the purpose of informing and arming the cancer patient who needs to make treatment decisions.

This book tells you what cancer is; what the diagnostic tools are; what the pros and cons are of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy; how to protect yourself from damage; what the other new mainstream treatments are; why cancer research is failing to come up with cures; what the alternative therapies are that many people are doing – often with great success: the additional diagnostic tests you might want to consider; the detox regimes; the diets, herbs, vitamins, supplements and other approaches that have helped. Continue reading “Book description”

Julie’s Ovarian Cancer Cure Story

Julie was a self-employed, 56-year-old woman, living in the Pacific Northwest when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. This is her story in her own words:

I was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer in 2003. The following is my story:

At the time of that diagnosis, three things were going on. I was hospitalized with life-threatening pulmonary embolisms that damaged my heart and lungs. I did not have any health insurance, and was already facing the loss of my lifetime savings and more. Continue reading “Julie’s Ovarian Cancer Cure Story”

The Great Debate: Is Dying of Cancer Optional?

I know for a fact that for many people – people who have lost loved ones to cancer – this question will seem grotesque.

But the fact that many people have died of cancer doesn’t mean that cancer is not curable. It is. It also doesn’t mean that the ways Continue reading “The Great Debate: Is Dying of Cancer Optional?”