As Ty explains, there are many methods we can access to treat and prevent cancer that go well beyond chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery; we just don’t know about them. The Truth about Cancer delves into the history of medicine—all the way back to Hippocrates’s credo of "do no harm"—as well as cutting-edge research showing the efficacy of dozens of unconventional cancer treatments that are helping patients around the globe
A remarkable book about how Jane overcame cancer three times. Packed full of information about the cocktail of off label medications she put together to starve cancer. This second edition also includes how to kill cancer with ferroptosis. We also purchased her course which was very useful for putting together the personalised metro map.
In 1995 author Ben Williams was diagnosed with a brain tumour the size of a small grapefruit, and given less than twelve months to live. Ben describes how he taught himself to search the Internet and other resources to learn about experimental drugs trials, alternative treatments and medicines, and other breakthroughs for dramatically improving the odds of successful treatment.
Anita's memoir is a heartfelt, incredibly insightful, honest summary of her life, near death experience and cancer journey. Its an eye opening, inspirational account of a woman’s brief journey to the other side following terminal cancer and her healing when she recovered from her coma.
Anita shares all she has learned about illness, healing, fear, “being love,” and makes the case that we are spiritual beings having a human experience . . . and that we are all One.
Drawing on the latest research in integrative medicine that blends conventional and alternative approaches, Servan-Schreiber concisely explains what makes cancer cells thrive, what inhibits them, and how we can empower ourselves to prevent their growth. His advice details how to develop a science-based anticancer diet (and the small changes that can make a big difference); how to reap the benefits of exercise, yoga, and meditation; which toxic, unsafe products to replace in your home; and how to stave off the effects of helplessness and unhealed wounds to regain balance
This book offers a new and empowering approach to healing ourselves and others. Through scientific evidence, plenty of firsthand experience, and a great respect for the energetic and spiritual forces that transcend and unite us all, The Emotion Code lays out a revolutionary method for finding and releasing trapped emotions. By doing so, we give ourselves the opportunity to move beyond our limitations and flourish.
When Logan Sneed was diagnosed with stage-4 brain cancer, he used a diagnosis that's usually a death sentence as a springboard for the life of his dreams. No obstacle—not even cancer—would stop him from creating the life he wanted.
The story of Barndon Bays. We first heard about Brandon through another cancer patient who recommended we read this inspirational book. Diagnosed with a basketball-sized tumour in her uterus, Brandon Bays refused drugs and surgery, instead discovering a powerful direct path to the potent healing power of the soul. Six and a half weeks later, she was tumour free.
Dr Hamilton explores the effect of visualization, belief and positive thinking on the body, and shows how using our imagination and mental processes can stimulate our own defences and healing systems to combat disease, pain and illness
Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You to Know About is an amazing journey through the behind-the-scenes world of corporate-sponsored "nutrition" and "health" and provides information on natural cures that could change the way you live and the rest of your life.
In How Not To Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease, author Michael Greger delves into the science of exactly what diet can help you live longer. He's a physician, author, and he's behind the popular site NutritionFacts.org
Radical Remission, The Nine Key Factors That Can Make a Real Difference, is a summary of the findings from her PhD work (and beyond). It outlines the nine key factors that all of the radical remission patients had in common. This was one of the first books we read and filled us with lots of hope.
When the Body Says No probes the hidden connections between mental health and physical illness. Modern medical science often tries to reassure us that our minds and bodies are totally separate – when, in reality, they're deeply interconnected.
James is a brain tumour survivor, he was diagnosed in 2013 with GBM4. This book is packed full of information about how James has kept his tumour at bay using ingredients from the supermarket.
Laura Lynne is a psychic medium. She possesses an incredible gift: the ability to communicate with loved ones who have passed, convey messages of love and healing, and impart a greater understanding of our interconnectedness. She is remarkable but her abilities are not unique.
I read this book after Stuart died but I wish we had read it together so that we could have planned what our sign would be.
Cheryl Broyles is a 12 year brain tumour survivor. Over the past twelve years she has lived through three recurrences, four brain surgeries, radiation, and was on chemotherapy for over three years. During that time she has amazed the doctors by surviving cancer and climbing Mount Shasta. Cheryl purpose now is encouraging others battling cancer to never give up hope. Her incredible book is definitely a must read.
I read this book in one evening, its hard to put down. A brilliant read about hope written by Tom Parker. We connected with Toms wife Kelsey via Stu's sister when he was first diagnosed and she was so helpful to us. Toms book is a powerful and uplifting, all about his life, the Positive Parkers and their story after he was diagnosed with a GBM4 brain tumour. Tom and Kelsey did (and still do) do so much to raise awareness and lobby for changes for all patients.
The book is divided into three: a detailed section by Dr Clare Shaw on diet and cancer and the problems you may face during treatment (such as loss of appetite, nausea, sore mouth, change of taste); recipes to cook during treatment, which are nutritionally beneficial and wholesome enough to keep you strong even if you can't eat too much; and a section of recipes for after treatment aimed at keeping you healthy.
Not a book for inspiration or how to find the latest treatment - but a book about getting your life admin in order to make things easier for if/when the time comes in the future.
Make sure your nearest and dearest know exactly what you want/
Jessica Morris takes the reader on a whirlwind journey. How does an ordinary person who last studied biology aged sixteen negotiate with world-renowned doctors and surgeons about cutting-edge treatments she must decide between? How do you remain positive when the median statistics suggest you have only fourteen months to live? How instead do you cast those fears aside and bounce back?
Jessica Morris founded an international charity to render GBM treatable rather than terminal. A truly inspirational book.
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A beautiful book by Deborah James who captured the heart of the UK nation. The journalist and podcast host tells her inspirational and courageous story of living with incurable bowel cancer and how developing a positive mindset was key to enabling her to cope with her diagnosis.