Treatments and Strategies to help you recover from cancer.
In Ireland, one person dies from cancer every hour. Contrary to what we are told, numerous studies show that conventional treatments do not extend survival for most cancer patients. All too often, they result in seemingly full recoveries followed by relapse.
You may be shocked to learn that there are many additional treatments and strategies that you can use to help with your recovery. Many of these are scientifically proven, while some were found in research to be commonly used by patients who completely recovered from cancer. You won’t be advised about most of these treatments and strategies by your oncologist or cancer charity, but they are all included here on this site.
While this is intented as information only and not medical advice, it is my hope that it will significantly increase your chances of completely recovering from cancer as quickly and painlessly as possible.
I wish you well on your journey.
Information about your specific cancer type – including symptoms, staging, standard treatment, etc. Supplied by the US National Cancer Institute.
Vital info you may not be told about – e.g. Women who have breast tumours removed during the second part of the menstrual cycle survive much longer.
Studies suggest that people who take control of their health – including their physical, mental, and spiritual health
– tend to live longer.
Intuition is the ability to understand something instinctively, without the need for conscious reasoning. It can save your life (liker others) if you follow it.
Having a strong will to live – not just the will to live, but an actual reason, a specific goal that you have in mind – like wanting to see your children grow up.
You can get expert advice from an experienced Cancer Coach to help you decide which treatment gives you the best chance of returning to full health.
Before agreeing to any treatment plan, it’s important that you research all your options. Here’s a list of vital questions to ask about standard treatments.
Around 90% of cancer deaths are as a result of metastasis (spreading). Cancer stem cells are suspected to be the cause of most – if not all – metastases.
These are the standard cancer treatment you receive in a general hospital, consisting mainly of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy.
Complementary Treatments are used to augment your main cancer treatment, reduce side-effects and prolong life in some cases.
Consists of Conventional treatment with the addition of Complementary therapies to boost survival time, quality of life, reduce physical pain, etc.
Treatments used in place of conventional treatment (e.g. Cannabis Oil to treat cancer instead of undergoing surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy).
The cancer industry downplays the side effects of treatment. The truth is that treatment side effects can result in severe organ damage or even death.
If you decide to opt for chemotherapy, there are a number of things you can do to improve treatment outcomes and reduce treatment side effects.
Cancer ‘prehabilitation’ can reduce complications, improve treatment outcomes, reduce the risk of second primary cancers and more.
Dr Kim, a scientist at the National Cancer Institute showed that poor diet causes cancer stem cells to regrow but a good diet can stop that regrowth.
When your immune system is functioning properly it can identify and eliminate cancer cells before they can spread and form tumors.
Daily light to medium exercise is of significant benefit to cancer patients.
Women with breast cancer who do daily exercise survive 50 per cent longer…
Research indicates that obesity may worsen several aspects of cancer survivorship, including quality of life, cancer recurrence, and survival.
Studies show that cancer patients run a greater risk of infections, as they are more susceptible to opportunistic agents due to anticancer treatment.
The human microbiome — the collection of microorganisms that live in our bodies — plays an important role in our health, including cancer.
Toxins can cause cancer. They’re everywhere, from consumer and personal care products, to our homes, workplace and even the air we breathe.
Pain is one of the most common symptoms in cancer patients. Pain can be caused by cancer, treatment for cancer, or a combination of factors.
Patients living with cancer feel many different emotions, including anxiety and distress. This can affect the quality of life of patient and their families.
When people with cancer seek and receive help from others, they often find it easier to cope. Help can come from family, friends, support groups etc
Emotion suppression involves intentionally avoiding distressing feelings by thinking of other things. These emotions need to be released.
Studies have shown an indisputable link between having a positive outlook and health benefits in people suffering from a range of illnesses including cancer.
Cancer patients report their spirituality helps them find hope and positivity in their cancer experience, and that their spirituality is a source of strength
A Personal Health Record contains copies of all your Medical Records compiled and maintained by each of your healthcare providers (Dr, A&E etc).
There are a number of laboratory tests you can use to find out whether or not your treatment if working effectively. This could save precious time.
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