Discover hundreds of proven ways to help you recover from cancer.

Treating your cancer…and its root causes.

On this site you’ll find detailed information about the many treatment options (all types) available to heal your body and address the root causes of your cancer.

Proven strategies to help you recover.

You’ll also find proven strategies to help you get better results from whatever treatment you undergo, reduce treatments side effects, improve your quality of life, increase your overall survival time, and prevent a recurrence.

You’ll also find hope.

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What are my options?

The primary or main treatment(s) used to eradicate your cancer.
All types of treatment are included.

See Primary Treatments

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How can they help me?
Can be added to augment your primary treatment(s), reduce side-effects, pain, and prolong survival.

See Complementary Therapies

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What is Integrative Oncology?
An evidence-informed field of cancer care that utilizes mind and body practices from different traditions alongside standard treatments.

See Integrative Oncology

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How serious are side effects?
The cancer industry downplays the side effects of standard treatments, but all too often they result in severe organ damage and death.

See Treatment Side Effects

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How can I make CHEMO work better & reduce  side effects?
Here are 12 science-backed tips to help you reduce side effects, increase effectiveness and improve survival.

See Chemotherapy

How can I make RADIATION work better and the reduce side effects?
20 tips to help you increase Radiotherapy effectiveness and reduce the treatment side effects.

See Radiation

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What can I do to help address cancer cachexia?
Cachexia affects 50–80% of advanced cancer patients. There’s no effective treatment but this may help.

See Cancer Cachexia

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What questions do I need to ask my Doctor or medical team?
Before agreeing to any treatment plan, you need to be well informed. Here is a list of vital questions to ask.

See Questions I need to ask

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How can a Cancer Coach help and advise me?
An experienced Cancer Coach can advise you about ways to increase your chance of returning to full health.

See Cancer Coach

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What is prehabilitation and how can it help me?
It  can reduce complications, improve treatment outcomes, reduce the risk of second primary cancers etc.

See Prehabilitation

Will I live longer if I take control of my illness and recovery?
Studies suggest that people who take control of their physical, mental, and spiritual health tend to live longer.

See Taking Control

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What is known about my type of cancer (staging, treatment etc)?
Full details about your cancer type including the latest treatment updates to help you survive longer.

See Cancer Types

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Why is Psychological and Spiritual Healing important?

It can be vital for your cancer treatment plan to include psychological and spiritual healing.

See Spiritual Healing

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Why do I need to radically change my diet?
Science shows that poor diet causes cancer stem cells to regrow but a good diet can stop that regrowth.

See Changing your Diet

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How can I boost my Immune System to aid healing?
When your immune system is functioning well it can identify and kill cancer cells before they form tumors.

See Immune System

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How can exercise affect my survival?
Exercise fights cancer. For example, women with breast cancer who do daily exercise survive 50% longer.

See Physical Exercise

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How can I manage cancer-related physical pain?
Pain is common in cancer patients. It can be caused by cancer treatment or a combination of factors.

See Manage Physical Pain

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How can I manage anxiety and stress?
Patients living with cancer feel many emotions, including anxiety and distress. This can affect quality of life.

See Managing Stress

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How does my body weight affect my survival?
Obesity may worsen many aspects of survivorship, including quality of life, recurrence, and survival.

See Obesity and cancer

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How can I reduce my risk of dangerous infections?
Studies show that cancer patients are much more prone to infections due to cancer or treatment for cancer.

See Reduce Infections

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How can I rebuild my damaged microbiome?
The collection of microorganisms that live in our bodies plays a very important role in our health.

See Rebuild Microbiome

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How can I get rid of dangerous toxins?
Toxins are everywhere, from personal care products, to the air we breathe and the environment we live in.

See Dangerous Toxins

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Why is it important to follow my intuition?
Intuition is the ability to understand something instinctively. It can save your life if you follow it.

See Follow Your Intuition

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Can having strong reasons to live affect my survival?
A strong reason to live – like wanting to see your children grow up – can affect your mental state and survival..

See Reasons to Live

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Why should I embrace social support?
When cancer patients seek and receive help from family and others, they often find it easier to cope.

See Social Support

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Why should I keep a Health Record?
A Personal Health Record contains copies of all medical records kept by each of your healthcare providers.

See Medical Records

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How can I verify my treatment is working?
There are lab tests you can use to find out whether or not your current treatment is effective.

See Verify Treatment

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What can I do to avoid a cancer recurrence?
Cancer that has come back, usually after a period of time during which the cancer could not be detected.

See cancer Recurrence

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What Cancer Prevention steps should everyone take?
There are proven steps you and your family can take to reduce your chances of getting cancer.

See cancer Prevention

“Hope is a waking dream.” – Aristotle

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