Over the past few years, I have immersed myself in learning more about such natural cancer treatments and ways to help myself, so that if (or more likely when) the day of diagnosis comes for either myself or a loved one or friend, I can be armed with information. I’ve watched symposiums, subscribed to websites such as CancerFreeLiving.com, and read several books. Frankly, I find the information fascinating. While I believe that there is an absolute time and place for conventional medicine, I’m also all about doing whatever I can do help myself via natural means and methods.
Natural Cancer Treatments
The story of Cancer Free Living’s Peggy Sue Roberts is really quite amazing. She went from stage 4 cancer and being told she had about two months to live to a 10-year cancer survivor by using natural cancer treatments, first at a Mexican cancer clinic and then at a clinic in Arizona. It prompted Peggy, her husband and son to start the website to help others in her situation.
It is important that cancer patients get educated about what they can do naturally to help themselves overcome cancer. I’ve read multiple stories of people who were diagnosed and rushed immediately into treatments. While cancer is, of course, a serious diagnosis, it is also a very individual one. In the majority of cases there is time to become educated, to look at all the options, and to see what changes you can make to become more proactive about your care. I’ve also now read multiple stories of people who have survived cancer using natural cancer treatments.
A friend of mine is currently battling late stage cancer. She was diagnosed after the cancer had spread. She is fighting the good fight, and we root for her every single day.
Another friend of mine is a renowned pediatric oncologist. Her heart is pure; her intent is to help children and she is wonderful at it. I would never, ever doubt her intentions or recommendations. On the other hand, it hasn’t been lost on me that cancer is said to be a $200 billion dollar industry. It’s hard to imagine that dissipating any time soon.
If you or someone you care about is diagnosed, please don’t let anyone, no matter what their degree make you feel rushed into their way of thinking. Take a moment. Absorb the news. Learn more. Ask questions. Become an advocate. Choose your own course of action. Know that there are natural cancer treatments out there. They may not be for everyone, but they are certainly worth learning about, and either be used alone or in conjunction with conventional options. If you would like to read more on behalf of yourself or someone you care about, please visit CancerFreeLiving.com If you are need of professional help with late stage 3 or stage 4 cancer, fill out the contact-us form today.
I’m rooting for you too. Together we can kick cancer’s ass.
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