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The latest treatments and strategies to help you make a full and lasting recovery.

Have you been diagnosed with cancer?

Despite what we’re told, research shows that for most patients, standard cancer treatments alone do not improve survival, but often result in short-term remission followed by a deadly recurrence. This is mainly because standard treatments are unable to kill Cancer Stem Cells – the main cause of metastasis and death. Thankfully, there are many Complementary therapies that can help prolong survival and reduce treatment side-effects.

Recovery involves more than treating the cancer

Research also shows that addressing your physical, emotional, and spiritual health – not just the cancer itself – offers the best hope for a full recovery. Dr Kelly Turner, PhD, who studied over 1000 cases of people that recovered from cancer against all odds, found 10 key factors that most of these people used to get better. Only 3 out of the 10 factors are concerned with physical health.

The info on this site comes from medical journals, clinical studies, doctors, researchers and patients.  It can help you to:

 

  • Ways to Prolong Survival

    Therapies, lifestyle changes, supplements, drugs, and foods etc proven in studies to increase overall survival in patients…more

  • All Primary Treatments

    There are a number of standard (chemo etc) and alternative (Mistletoe etc) treatment options for you to consider…more

  • Complementary therapies

    Complementary therapies can make primary treatment(s) work better, reduce side-effects and pain, and prolong survivalmore

  • Lifesaving lab tests

    There are a number of laboratory tests that can help you make more informed decisions about your treatment…more

  • Emotional/Spiritual Healing

    Emotional Healing and a renewed Spiritual Connection can both play a vital part in your recovery from cancer…more

  • Role of Cancer Stem Cells

    Most cancer deaths are caused by metastasis. It is estimated that metastasis is responsible for about 90% of cancer deaths…more

  • Having Chemotherapy?

    Science-backed tips to:
    Improve chemo effectiveness
    Reduce treatment side-effects
    Prolong survivalmore

  • Having Surgery?

    Science-backed tips to:
    Reduce Complications
    Reduce metastasis and
    Prolong survivalmore

  • Having Radiation therapy?

    Science-backed tips to:
    Improve its effectiveness
    Reduce treatment side-effects
    Prolong Survivalmore

  • Reduce Cachexia Risk

    Cachexia affects 50–80% of advanced cancer patients, with no effective treatments to date. Here are things that may help…more

  • Manage your physical pain

    Pain is common in cancer patients. It can be caused by cancer treatment or a combination of factors….more

  • Manage anxiety & stress

    Patients living with cancer feel many emotions, including anxiety and distress. This can affect quality of life…more

  • Take control of your recovery

    Be a self advocate to ensure you’re involved in treatment decisions and have access to tests and services you need…more

  • Get a Second Opinion

    Get a 2nd opinion on your diagnosis or treatment plan – especially if cancer was detected during routine screening…more

  • Learn about your cancer

    Info about your type of cancer (from the National Cancer Institute), along with treatment updates to aid your recovery…more

  • Ask the right questions

    When discussing any proposed treatment plan with your oncologist it is vital that you ask the right questions…more

  • Talk to a Cancer Coach

    A Cancer Coach can advise about your proposed treatment plan and ways to increase your chance of returning to full health…more

  • Commence Prehabilitation

    Pre-surgery exercises designed to reduce complications and improve physical and mental health outcomes…more

  • Identify the cause

    Research shows that removing the cause of your cancer can aid recovery. It may also prevent a recurrence later…more

  • Remove your cancer’s fuel

    One of the first steps in reversing cancer is removing the things that promote its growth and spread, such as a bad diet…more

  • Boost your Immunity

    When your immune system is healthy it can stop tumors forming by identifying and eliminating cancer cells…more

  • Avoid parasitic infections

    Studies show that cancer patients are much more prone to infections due to cancer or treatment for cancer…more

  • Rebuild your microbiome

    The microorganisms that live in our bodies plays a very important role in maintaining our health, including cancer…more

  • Remove dangerous toxins

    Toxins are everywhere, from personal care products, to the air we breathe and the environment we live in…more

  • Overall Wellbeing

    Here you will find some of the treatments and strategies that can contribute to your overall wellbeing…more

  • Accept Social Support

    When cancer patients seek and receive help from family and others, they often find it easier to cope during illness…more

  • Have strong reasons for living

    A strong reason to live – like wanting to see your children grow up – can affect your mental state and survival…more

  • Follow your Intuition

    Intuition (a hunch) is the ability to understand something instinctively.It can save your life if you follow it…more

  • Keep a Health Record

    A Personal Health Record contains copies of all medical records kept by each of your healthcare providers…more

  • Is treatment working?

    There are some laboratory tests you can use to find out whether or not your current treatment is working effectively…more

  • Avoid a recurrence

    A recurrence is cancer that has come back, usually after a period of time during which the cancer could not be detected…more

  • Real survivors: Real hope

    These inspirational stories about amazing people show that there is always hope – no matter the type or stage of cancer…more

Hope plays a major role in survivorship, because it motivates you to take action when there’s something you can do to increase the chance of the desired outcome… Wendy S. Harpham, M.D., 25-year cancer survivor

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