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Taking responsibility for yourself – just look at the facts

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on October 3, 2009


http://www.fightingcancer.com commentary from “G.S.”

This story is from a yahoo health group. It describes very well what happens when people just go along with what their doctor says:

“Over the past year, I have confirmed what I suspected about this general subject. That is that most people simply cannot receive the information that might save theirs or a loved one’s lives. It baffles me, but I suppose that the media and human nature have worked together to make it so. Of course, one must take charge of their condition as my cyber-bud Bruce in Boston has, and make it their business to both learn all that they can about their condition and do what is needed, themselves. That requires work, and out-or-pocket expense, and most cannot make themselves do that. Easiest to go to doc and let him/her dictate what to do and let insurance pay for it.
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> “A man at our church had a tumor pop up on the side of his neck. It was duck soup for a home treatment using the simoncini method since it was just below the skin. I offered to send all info and also all dietary info needed. After talking with me, he never sent anything to my email (and I was not surprised) He opted to go the allopathic route and eventually his doc removed 1/3 of his jawbone and teeth. He was burnt up with radiation from the neck to the shoulders. The chemo nearly killed him and he had a feeding tube sticking out of his stomach for 3 months and only got IV nutrition. Tube is out now but he looks like walking death and is so depressed that he smokes 4 packs of cigarettes daily. (think of what that costs for a moment, @ what, $7 per pack?) He won’t go outside nor eat healthy raw fresh foods much. I fear the worst, but he hangs on.”

Note: The Cancer Survivor’s Bible (2012) is now available – see www.fightingcancer.com

“This book is more valuable than gold.”

 

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