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The New Cancer Complete Recovery Guide Series

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on November 29, 2011

My new edition coming out mid December 2011

The Cancer Complete Recovery Guide Series

The Cancer Complete Recovery Guide Series—in eight volumes—is the updated and expanded version of the book Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guide (2008 edition). Based on 18 years of research, which I did in order to discover for myself what I would do if—as my wife did—I ever got cancer. I am sharing this information with you because it could help you live much, much longer and save you a great deal of pain. It is the single most comprehensive discussion of all your cancer recovery options in print anywhere in the world.

Book 1: Cancer? What Now?

Make sure the first steps of your cancer journey are heading in the right direction

This book gives you all the basic cancer facts you need and outlines the four sensible strategies for dealing with cancer—and the arguments supporting them. Everybody approaches cancer differently. In this book I help you focus on the strategy most appropriate to you—and then I give suggestions for resources so that you can continue your journey.

Book 2: Cancer: Diagnosis and Conventional Treatments

The Pros and Cons of Cancer Tests, Surgery, Radiation and Chemotherapy

What are the benefits and drawbacks of conventional diagnostic tests and treatments? This book provides a detailed look at what is available and what the benefits and drawbacks are. Included also are various non-conventional testing options and suggestions as to how you can protect yourself if you wish to proceed with conventional treatment.

Book 3: Cancer: Research and Politics

This book helps you understand the wider context of cancer—why cancer research has not come up with a cure and most likely never will; why the medical profession is unable to recognise the value of herbs and supplements—if a herb or supplement can cure cancer you will never hear about it from the medical profession; and why we should all be worried by the erosion of our health freedoms. You will also learn about the scientists who have bucked the system, and what has happened to them.

Book 4: Cancer: Detox and Diet

Whatever else you decide to do for your cancer you would be wise to undergo a radical change in diet. This book looks at the arguments and options in the area of detoxification and diet. You will also find here a lengthy list of individual foods and their benefits.

Book 5: Cancer: Herbs, Botanicals and Biological Therapies

Many herbs can help in the fight against cancer. Here we look at all the major herbal options. Herbs have many advantages over drugs—but there are also potential dangers. This book explores this world and explains all the issues and options involved. This book also covers homeopathy and other biological therapies.

Book 6: Cancer: Vitamins and Other Supplements

Everyone knows that vitamin C is good for you—but what kind of vitamin C? In what quantities? And what about the other vitamins? The minerals? The other chemicals—both natural and man-made? You will find everything you need to know here.

Book 7: Cancer: Energy, Mind and Emotions

This book covers a wide range of ideas from electrical and magnetic devices, sunlight, energy healing, prayer, exercise and the extraordinary interplay of our physical and emotional lives.

Book 8: Cancer: Survivors’ Stories: They did it. You can too!

The proof is in the pudding. These stories tell how 25 people have reacted to a diagnosis and how they became once again cancer-free. These stories are proof that cancer can be cured with the help of diet, herbs, supplements and many other strategies. Here you will learn what people have done to get well again. There is hope.

You can download a free pdf version of Book 8 at


Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guide

Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guide is an inspirational guide [and is] a must for anyone who fears the dreadful diagnosis.’—The Midwest Book Review

‘This book gives hope…. It explains clearly the arguments for and against a multitude of treatments…. I wish I’d read this book before I was diagnosed. My doctor and the cancer charities didn’t tell me any of this.’—D Bushell

‘A very well written book, beautifully organised and easy to read and understand.’—June Black, cancer survivor.

‘This book tells me everything I want to know. Why didn’t my doctor tell me this?’—Rev Bill Newbern

‘I want to say how inspirational your book and all its suggestions have been. It has enabled me to keep positive for my sister over the past terrible months.’—Emma Greener

‘I just wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. You gave us hope when all we could see was despair and you gave us a path when we thought all was lost.’—Colleen Crim

‘Being someone diagnosed as a terminal cancer patient, I have scoured the ‘net and read many books. This is the best. And it gives hope too …. Get this book; read it; be inspired by it.’—Ian Clements, cancer survivor

Now also out in one volume as The Cancer Survivor’s Bible

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Facebook Cancer Recovery Group

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on November 27, 2011

I am now updating my latest thoughts and info on my Facebook Cancer Recovery Group. Follow me to


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LDN – a personal experience

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on November 3, 2011

Personal Experience using LDN
‘David’ posted this personal experience on a yahoo group:
“I have used LDN two years, and it is worth a hundred times
the price. It has kept me in remission, for two years. It works magic with
the immune system. Anyhoo, you most likely know a lot about it, I order
mine from, or from United is the
better price, but do use a one time use debit card, they are at your bank,
or many places on the internet to pay for your naltrexone. I pay couple
bux a fifty mg pill, Drop that into a smal container, ie like a pill
bottle, squeeze in five cc’s of water, another seven cc’s of dmso, let it
take one cc at bedtime. The two dollar pill last about twelve days, so six
bux a month, or seventy a year. You can make that work.
That is a dose of 4.5 mgs, LDN rushes through the body and covers the
opiate receptors, I work with animals a lot, they are put down with some
type of anesthesia, it blocks the opiate receptors and go to sleep. to wake
the animal up quickly a shot of naltrexone is given it rapidly replaces the
anesthesia. For reasons I do not know, covering those opiate receptors
stimulates our immune system in a wonderful way. When we take it at bedtime
it covers our opiate receptors for about four hours, bingo
it dissipates about the time the body rebuilds our immune system after
several hours of sleep.
I honky tonk a bit, dancing, when I am ready to drive home, I take some
LDN, in about five minutes I am completely sober or if I blow a little
smoke, it stops those affects as well.
It seems to work just as well no matter what time of day you take it, it
does cause some to have difficulty sleeping, so they take it during the
morning. And it does cause me to have weird realistic dreams. And there are
some strange, not real bad side affects when first starting, it is thought
that as the immune system builds up, the immune system goes to work fixin
what it has been put off, as it was strong enough to attack whatever, most
folks who have a comprimized immune system, also have a body full of
candida/fungus, so iodine, lugols at about two hundred mgs daily takes care
of that.
So if you have a medical professional who does not do his/her homework,
they will not know anything about LDN, not good, but like any profession,
there are many who stay on top of knowledge, and really heal, not just put
in their time.
You just gotta keep moving on, until you find that special one, they have a
mind of their own, and know how to think.
I use a lot of dmso, and since mixing it with LDN, I no longer have weird
dreams, and it seems helping, just a gut feeling as I have had no lab work
to back up. I did have lab work on LDN when I first began, on an average
it increased my immune system numbers about eighty percent, Many folks have
problems with LDN, not absorbing it quickly, not processing it rapidly
enough, and it loses it shock affect on the immune system. DMSO has a
reputation as a carrier of other chemicals into the body, and it is also a
mild diuretic, so it flushes out to some degree, used LDN.
Unfortunately LDN does not cure much of anything, but it puts almost all
diseases in remission, especially auto immune system problems

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

“This book gives hope. …I wish I had read this book before I was diagnosed. My doctors and the cancer charities didn’t tell me any of this.”


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