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First things first. Most probably (and unfortunately) you’re here because you or a loved one was diagnosed with cancer (or another horrible disease). I hope you have already realized there’s no time to waste then. If not, make sure you do realize it a.s.a.p

The first important thing is how you deal with the shock of getting your diagnose. I heard of a lot of people that panicked, that got the news so bad, that they ended up having more problems than in the first place (it is demonstrated that emotional shocks can have direct influence on diseases). You’re not doing yourself any good if acting like them. So, first, try to calm down, relax, try to take it as it is and as soon as you are able to, start reading about your disease, get to know your body as much as you can and do your best to find out THE CAUSE of the disease – most of the times, what we call “disease”, what the doctors tell us we are suffering from, is just a way of our body to let us know there’s something wrong with it.  Just to make sure we’re on the same page, what I’m saying is that conventional doctors deal with the effect of the problem, not with the cause of it. It rarely happens (especially with cancer) that treating the effect will get the pacient totally cured. It took me a lot of time and energy and surgeries and pain to understand that. While your researches take you to another level of knowledge, you still might want to get the opinion of other doctors (conventional or alternative).

A very important cause of the conventional doctors’ attitude is financial. In order to protect their global patented medicines, the pharmaceutical industry is trying to ban, on a global scale, the health prevention and therapeutic information related to natural therapies, non-patentable.

The great philosopher Schopenhauer stated: “Really significant steps forward for mankind go through three stages. First, they’re ridiculed. Second, they are heavily fought by those who have economic interests in the status quo. And finally, when the dam is breaking everyone says: Well we knew it all along.” We are somewhere between stage two and stage three with the message that cancer will no longer be a death verdict in future generations.

Cancer is a multi-billion dollar business. If you are a patient with cancer, the doctor tells you, “We got to give you chemotherapy.” – this also happened to me even after 7 and a half years and for a kind of tumor(cancer) that is well known to be resistant to chemo; UNBELIEVABLE. You ask, “Doctor, tell me, why, what does chemotherapy do?” He or she says, “Well it kills the cancer cells.” What does he not tell you? It kills all the other cells too. It is like taking a shotgun to the human body. The same goes for radiotherapy. An x-ray beam doesn’t distinguish between a cancer cell and a healthy cell. How could it? But maybe, just maybe, this is not so unintended as we shall see. Chemotherapy, radiotherapy, kill cancer cells and healthy cells alike. Or why does  the hair fall out? Because the hair follicle cells are destroyed. Why does bleeding from the gastroinintestinal tract from the bowels happens? Because the cell lining there is destroyed. Why do infections appear? Because the cells that produce blood cells in your bone marrow are destroyed.

Selling drugs for the treatment of side effects of chemotherapy is big business for the drug companies. Chemotherapy, radiotherapy, the side effects. They cause new cancers, new diseases, so you need more drugs. These new drugs cause side effects, you need even more drugs.

If we want to win the war against cancer, we need to understand what cancer is. How cancer develops? It starts with a health cell that turns into a cancer cell that turns into a local tumor, and then ultimately it spreads through the body until the host of the cancer is dead. The purpose of the cancer is to kill the host.

The growth and metastasis of cancer are facilitated when the balance between mechanisms breaking down and building the connective tissue shifts towards breakdown. The body makes widespread use of these mechanisms during normal (physiological) conditions, e.g. during infections when white blood cells (leucocytes) migrate through the tissue to the site of infection. In case of cancer, normal control of these mechanisms fails and the tissue degradation continues uncontrolled.

Now, that your researches started, you are on the right track; you will be more and more curious about stuff and will be so eager to go on with your research. You will find new things that will guide you through a process, or a protocol that is unique for you as we are all individuals and no one else’s story of healing (with the same diagnose or not) will be the same as yours. Each and every one of us is unique, and we (our body) deal with our problem in an unique way. We are our best doctors. The only thing others can do is guide us through this healing process – which, let me tell you, will take a lot of commitment and consistency. Severe lifestyle changes will be needed (take a look at how one day looks like). So, if you didn’t do it already, take the right attitude, fight this thing and win it.

This being said, let me share some links that I find useful:

DISCLAIMER: This post and all material on this site is for educational purposes only.  It is not intended for treatment or a cure for any disease or condition.

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