A fascinating study confirmed that a high-carb, high-fiber diet like that of the rural Africans can substantially reduce colon cancer risk, and demonstrated that your microbiome plays an important role in this anti-cancer effect.To the post!
A new study found that colon cancer patients who were treated with chemotherapy had worse quality of life, and were on average nearly three times more likely to have a cancer recurrence, and two times more likely to die within two years of their diagnosis than those who did not have chemo.To the post! →
There’s a new study comparing the effectiveness of curcumin to chemo drug 5-FU, on colorectal cancer cells. The researchers found that one specific type of high-absorption curcumin was able to reduce the spread of cancer cells and potentially increase the effectiveness of chemotherapy in the treatment of advanced colon cancer. They also discovered something disturbing about 5-FU.To the post! →
Here’s a terrific new interview with 5-year stage 4 colon cancer survivor Ivelisse Page.
Like me, she refused chemo after surgery and adopted a natural protocol which included hardcore nutrition and injections of mistletoe (aka Iscador).
Watch this interview!To the post! →
My name is Ann Cameron. On Tuesday July 30th, 2013 I had a CT scan for malignant tumors in my lungs. On Thursday August 1st 2013, I got the results:
“No evidence of cancer.”
I firmly believe carrots cured the cancer.To the post! →
What a perfect story to post three days before Christmas!
“Mistletoe gives the kiss of death to cancer.”
In a new study, Zahra Lotfallani, a researcher at University of Adelaide in Australia,
(that’s her in the pic) found that one type of Mistletoe extract called Fraxini, when compared to chemotherapy, was more effective against colon cancer cells and less toxic.
Allan Taylor was told by doctors that his cancer was ‘incurable’. Then he changed his diet. Four months later the cancer was gone.To the post! →
My name is Lindsey, and I live in Cape Town, South Africa. I was diagnosed with Colon Cancer – Sept 2012. On the 12th August 2011 my life changed forever. I had been to the doctor three times before about experiencing pain in my lower abdomen. He did the usual urine and blood test and announced it was a bladder infection. Weeks of antibiotics later, I was sicker than ever.
That morning I woke with the most excruciating pain I had ever experienced, I could barely walk. Deep inside me, I knew it was something terrible.To the post! →
I received an email yesterday that I decided to answer on the blog.
Here it is:
“My wife found your blog and I find it very inspirational and resourceful.
I’ve been diagnosed with Stage 3 cancer just like yours, but unlike your tumor, mine is located in the lower part of the rectal area.
I have visited the oncologists and surgeons, they said the best way is to go through Chemo and Radiation in order to shrink the tumor size small enough to remove it during surgery.
I will begin my treatment next week, the Chemo I’ll be taking is the pill that I’ll have to consume twice a day for 6 weeks with radiation.
The doctors said I will be required to go through another chemo therapy after surgery, which would be different chemo treatment (through IV). That’s where my wife feel most uncomfortable and began researching different options such as alternative therapy. And she found your blog with some insightful information.
I changed my diet to raw organic vegetables the day I was informed that I had cancer. It was a life changing moment and left me a little confused what’s on the horizon for me. Instead I began to eat more raw organic food and exercise than I have done before (I have been eating organic food and exercising moderately for years).
While I have read through some of your blogs and stories, I know you mentioned that you had surgery to remove part of the large intestine and forego chemo and radiation with alternative therapy. I am still confused about the part when you had surgery…Did you have any treatment before your surgery? I understand your blog and stories mostly mention after surgery treatment but maybe I overlooked somewhere that says anything about before surgery?
I am curious to know because my age is slightly older than your age right now and I have two young daughters, too.
I just do hope that everything posted on your website is true. I am not doubting anything but I do praise your recovery and living cancer free. That’s my goal too.”
Continue reading for my answer and a surprising study about the effectiveness of chemotherapy.To the post! →