Cancer Recovery Guide
15 Alternative and Complementary Strategies for Restoring Health
In Europe and the U.S., we have a forty to fifty percent chance of illness from cancer at some time in our life. So what do you do if you are diagnosed with the disease? The harshness of orthodox treatments (surgery, radiation and chemotherapy) are well-known. Their use is widespread, but their results are not very impressive. Faced with these options, informed patients are increasingly seeking alternative and complementary strategies to take control of healing their illness. This book provides an overview of those options.
Jonathan Chamberlain watched his wife suffer and eventually die—both from her cancer and from the direct effects of the orthodox treatments she had undergone. His experience led to a journey in search of other methods of overcoming cancer. What he discovered stunned him. There are cures out there—dozens of them—many offering very good chances of recovery.
In Cancer Recovery Guide, Chamberlain presents fifteen simple and practical strategies for becoming well again. These strategies are grouped into three families—those that relate to the mind and the emotions (did you know stress makes cancers more aggressive?); those that address the health of the whole body (cancer cannot survive in a tissue environment that is truly healthy); and those that focus on attacking cancerous tumors directly.
The personal stories cited throughout Cancer Recovery Guide testify to the therapeutic possibilities of the strategies presented.
Praise for Jonathan Chamberlain's previous book:
"Mr. Chamberlain has a voice that is at once humble and powerful.... He speaks from the heart, but clearly wants you to use your head. Good combination."
—Doctor Yourself Newsletter"I now can recommend your book to the people in my support group, as the book to read. You have covered just about everything."
—John Thompson, cancer patient"This book tells me everything I want to know. Why didn't my doctor tell me this?"
—Rev. Bill Newbern, cancer patient