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Alternative cancer therapies and ideas

Is it sensible to do nothing for your cancer?

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on March 4, 2011


There’s a lot of info on this site – keep browsing! This supports the info and discussion in my two cancer books – see www.fightingcancer.com for details

Is it sensible to do nothing for your cancer?

The quick answer is: YES. I do think doing nothing can be the best option.

The argument that the best thing you can do for your cancer (and yourself) is to do nothing  gets stronger the older you get, If you’re 80 years old plus then conventional  therapies are going to be too risky. Can your body cope? While at the same time you may not wish to change your habits.

I recently put forward this idea to a group I was speaking to and one man in the audience told me his story. His mother, then 87, had been diagnosed with cancer. The doctors explained what they intended to do but the mother would have nothing to do with it. It wasn’t troubling her unduly. So she did nothing. No surgery, chemo or radiayion. Her instincts were clearly good because she went on to live another 13 years – dying at the age of 100.

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

An inspirational guide…a must for everyone who fears the dreadful diagnosis.”


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