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Cancer Treatments Are Primitive and Even Barbaric

Today’s conventional cancer treatments are the same as they were hundreds of years ago: Cut Poison Burn They call it: Surgery Chemotherapy Radiation therapy Surgery (cut) is successful if the cancer is removed before it has spread. So it could

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Caring for someone undergoing cancer treatment

Do you have a relative, spouse or friend who has been diagnosed with cancer?  Are you serving in the role of “Caregiver?”  What do you say to them? Coming up with the words can be easier said than done.  Yet

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I surrendered to cancer and won

Before being stricken with cancer, like most people, I saw cancer survivors being interviewed on television.  From time to time I would read articles about people who won the battle against cancer.  I wondered how they mustered the strength and

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I’m beginning to feel like a cancer magnet

In April of 2005 I was diagnosed with stage 4 head and neck cancer. Last year I was diagnosed with Barrett’s esophagus, which is a pre cancerous growth on the esophagus.  Fortunately less than 5% of the people with Barrett’s

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Something is wrong with this treatment

On the “My Story” page I mentioned that I went to a “very well known” Cancer Treatment Center in Boston. They almost killed me and then told me to go back to the cape for my treatment because I didn’t

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Have you or a loved been diagnosed with cancer?

Pretty devastating, isn’t it? Don’t despair!  I know, I know, that’s easier said than done in the beginning. There is hope! There is survival! There is recovery. There is a full life after a cancer diagnosis. I know, I am

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