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How to recover from cancer as quickly and painlessly as possible.

Were you recently 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.
Research also shows that addressing your physical, emotional, and spiritual health – not just the cancer itself – offers the best hope for a full recovery.

Even when doctors give up, there is hope.

For her ground-breaking book Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds, Dr Kelly Turner, PhD studied over 1000 cases of people who recovered from cancer against all odds. She found 10 key factors that most of these people used to get better. They are all included on this site.

All of the treatments and strategies listed below have been proven (by long-term cancer survivors, doctors, researchers, or scientists) to do one or more of the following:

  • increase your treatment options
  • help you get better results from your treatment(s)
  • greatly reduce treatment side effects
  • prevent a recurrence
  • address the root cause of your cancer
  • improve your quality of life
  • improve your overall health
  • significantly increase your overall survival
  • offer you real hope based on real survivor stories

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

Remove dangerous toxins.
Toxins are everywhere, from personal care products, to the air we breathe and the environment we live in.

 

What is hope? Hope is a feeling linked to a belief that the desired outcome can happen for you. 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, and it helps you wait when you can’t do anything to affect the outcome. Wendy S. Harpham, M.D., 25-year cancer survivor, and best-selling author.

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