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New Ways to Fight Cancer

By Thursday, 02 June 2016 04:23 PM Current | Bio | Archive

In the past, I wrote about former President Jimmy Carter’s melanoma that had spread to his brain. A number of months later, I was able to report that with a new type of cancer treatment, Carter said he was cancer-free.

This changing concept of the way in which cancer is treated is gaining in popularity. On TV, there is an ad about a woman controlling her breast cancer through genetic testing.

Parade magazine’s May 8, 2016, issue featured the cover title “The Mouse that Roared - One Mom’s Fight Against Cancer and the Miracle Cure that Saved Her.” The patient, Lori Alf, multiple melanoma that she has now survived for several years. Parade offers information about clinical trials and suggests that you visit Parade.com/clinicaltrials for more. The magazine also suggests five questions to ask before signing up for a clinical trial.

On May 15, the New York Times magazine’s cover title was “The New Anatomy of Cancer.” In the past decade, researchers have revolutionized our understanding of medicine’s most vexing foe. There are changing concepts that have to do with the genetic evaluation of the patient’s cancer, and the immune therapy that’s being developed is radically changing the treatment of cancer.

No longer are we relying only on chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery. Instead, we are individualizing treatment protocol for cancer patients with these new technologies.

I want to point out once again some of the publications that have addressed newer ways of approaching the problem of cancer:

• How To Cure Almost Any Cancer at Home for $5.15 a Day by Bill Henderson with Andrew Scholberg

• Opinions in the Fight Against Cancer: Rethinking Cancer and the Non-Traditional Approaches to the Theories, Treatment, and Prevention of Cancer by Ruth Sackman

• Tomorrow’s Cancer Cures Today: 25 Secret Therapies from Around the World by Alan Spreen M.D.

• The Stengler Cancer-Reversing Protocol: Your Personal Guide to the Most Powerful Natural Cancer Treatments by Mark Stengler M.D.

• The Amish Cancer Cure Secret: How to Cure Just about Any Cancer the Amish Way by Frank Cousineau with Andrew Scholberg

• Outsmart Your Cancer: Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments that Work, 2nd Edition by Tanya Harter Pierce, M.A., MFC

• The 31 Day Home Cancer Cure by Ty Bollinger with Andrew Scholberg

With the data that are now available, there should be careful consideration of the approaches to cancer treatment. Consider the information in the books I have mentioned as well as the recent articles in the New York Times and Parade magazine.

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