The Facts. The Discussions. The Options
- The mistake 70% of cancer patients make.
- How to avoid the pain and damage of orthodox treatments.
- How to get well again.
- There are commonly available drugs that will sometimes stop cancer in its tracks.
- There are herbs that will attack tumours.
There’s cancer in your life? Then you really need to read my book!
The Cancer Survivor’s Bible
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Hi, My name’s Jonathan Chamberlain and I’m the author of The Cancer Survivor’s Bible.
I just want you to know that I have been researching cancer since 1994. That’s when my wife, Bernadette was diagnosed. She died a year later.
If I knew then what I know now, She might still be alive today.
From the moment she was diagnosed I started reading. I read book after book but not one of these books was the book I was looking for.
I wanted a book that would wrap its arm round me and say: “Jonathan, this is how it is. This is the whole picture. This is everything you need to know.”
Because I couldn’t find that book, I wrote it.
I called it The Cancer Survivor’s Bible because this is the whole truth about cancer and all the options available to you.
This is your complete and extremely accessible guide to all your options.
And, I want you to understand this, I wrote this book for myself, because I wanted to know everything I needed to know so that I wouldn’t follow after Bernadette. This is the book that I will have on my bedside if it ever happens that I am myself diagnosed. (although I have learnt a lot and put into practice some of that so I am hopeful that cancer won’t come knocking on my door).
Information is power!
Without information you will just be a victim. Believe me. I’ve been there. What your doctor is telling you is NOT the whole picture.
And remember, it’s your life. Any treatment decisions are YOUR decisions.
And the best decisions are fully informed decisions.
Decisions made in anguish, horror and panic are very unlikely to be good decisions.
So, what is it you need to know?
You Need To Know:-
- The two ways of thinking about cancer
- The four sensible strategies to responding to cancer diagnosis
- The pros & cons of surgery, radiation & chemotherapy
- What the other new mainstream treatments are
- How to protect yourself against the damage these treatments can cause
You Also Need To Learn:-
- What the alternative therapies are that many people are doing – often with great success. Why are they successful? Because they work with the body, not against it.
- The additional diagnostic tests you might want to consider – tests that your doctors won’t tell you about. Tests that put you in charge by helping you see the wider context.
- The detox regimes that help to get the cancer-causing toxins out of your body – How can you get well again if you keep taking the poisons that caused your cancer in the first place? Regimes that regenerate the liver and help boost the immune system.
- The cancer fighting diets that help you get well again – your doctor won’t tell you about them but you’d be a fool to ignore them. Diets that can help boost your energy and immune system – and maybe even cure cancer.
- The cancer fighting foods to eat and the cancer promoting foods to avoid - Learn about the controversies surrounding such foods as alfalfa sprouts, soy and other foods you might imagine were completely healthy.
- The herbs that heal - The evolutionary process means that we are biologically adapted to our natural environment; why then do we suppose that artificial, patented chemicals in drugs will be more effective? Work with nature not against it. Herbs are powerful healers. If drugs were so good, modern medicine wouldn’t be the third major cause of death in the West.
- The vitamins and other supplements you need to consider as part of your overall cancer recovery program, and those you should be wary of - Everyone knows vitamin C is good (but there are different types of vitamin C and some types are ineffective). What about Vitamins A, B, D and E – and what about iron? Calcium? What about the minerals and the many other supplements that have been developed? (Don’t assume they are all good!)
- The drugs that help stop cancer in its tracks – and your doctor almost certainly won’t know about them despite the references in leading medical journals.
- The ways of harnessing the mind and emotions – did you know that stress promotes cancer?
- All the other approaches - There are many cancer-fighting strategies that can play a crucial role in helping you recover from cancer.
- The stories that prove natural anti-cancer therapies work – stories of people who have recovered from cancer by following non-conventional therapies. Did you know that 80 per cent of women with breast cancer are following alternative strategies as part of their anti-cancer recovery program – and they’re not telling their doctors?
Breast cancer? Prostate cancer?
Bowel cancer? Lung cancer?
Different cancers, but the same characteristics. What’s caused these cancers to appear? Why do we have more cancer now than at any other time in history? Something toxic is happening. But we don’t have to be passive victims. The first step to recovery is to know the facts – and to evaluate all the options. Read: The Cancer Survivor’s Bible.
That’s where I come in.
I’ve got all the information you need and I’m offering it to you either in one book:
Or in eight smaller books – one of which I am giving away free (see below)
Download a copy of Book 8 in this series: Cancer Survivors’ Stories
So let’s recap.
So let’s recap. You need information. I’ve got the information. You can get the information in one book – The Cancer Survivor’s Bible – or in eight books – The Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guides. The ball’s in your court.
If you’re still undecided read this Cancer: Why You Need to Take ControlYES! Take Me To The Cancer Survival Guides
Whatever you decide to do, good luck in your journey.