People with cancer need to improve their liver health

The liver is the organ whose job is to eliminate toxins from the body – and if the liver is not able to do its job properly, the result eventually is disease, and very likely cancer. Many herbs can help improve the health of the liver. Sho-saiko-to is a Japanese herbal combination specifically designed to improve liver health. Continue reading “People with cancer need to improve their liver health”

Tamoxifen

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”

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?”