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Free Book: Cancer Survivors’ Stories

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on December 12, 2011


Cancer? Natural Therapies work. Here is the proof.

18 years ago, my wife, Bernadette, was diagnosed with cancer and died 15 months later – as much from the impacts of her treatments as from the cancer itself. Since then I have been seeking an answer to the question: What will I do when I get cancer? (For me and you this is more a probability than just a likelihood).  I have found answers (quite a few in fact) and I want to share them with you.

But first I want you to believe, as I do, that the alternative, natural approaches really do work. That’s why I am making available this free book Cancer Survivors’ Stories (Book 8 in the newly updated (and very much enlarged) version of Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guide) which tells the stories of more than two dozen people who have followed non-conventional approaches and recovered from cancer as a result. Get the free download from www.fightingcancer.com

I want you to read this book so that when cancer comes knocking (maybe not on your door but on that of someone close to you) you will have some idea that there are options beyond what the doctors and the media are telling you about.

This book could save your life

Or extend your life. It could even help you avoid altogether the cancer that is looming.

Please send this free book now to all your friends and relatives – to everyone you know

These stories demonstrate unequivocally that natural approaches to cancer treatment are rational, effective and pain-free. They are also supported by a great deal of science so don’t think this is just airy-fairy nonsense.  Since the media and doctors are hostile to these approaches, the only way to get the message out is by spreading the word as widely as possible. That’s why I want you to send it to everyone you know.

But why should you follow a natural route to recovery?

Because – for the vast majority of cancers – conventional medicine does not have the answers. Oncologist Siddhartha Mukherjee (author of bestseller, The Emperor of All Maladies, and a conventional doctor to the core) admits not only that a cancer cure is not imminent; it is not even on the horizon. And yet we have many cures at hand – cures that are ignored by the doctors because they don’t involve drugs.  Can we call them cures? What else can we call them when people are doing them and getting well again as a result? Beata Bishop has lived for 30 years since being told she had terminal melanoma.

There are no ‘wrong’ ways to cure cancer. Anything that works is good.

Why should you care?

Because, if you are in your 50s your likelihood of getting cancer yourself is over 50% – and if you are in your twenties your lifetime probability will be closer to 70-80% (cancer incidence is rising at about 1% a year). The better you are prepared for this eventuality the less likely it is that you will suffer pain and life changing damage. Please believe me, for your own sake – for the sake of your friends, your family, your parents. I have been there and I know.

I want as many people as possible to know the truth

I am asking you to read this book and to send it to everyone you know.  Someone somewhere will benefit enormously from this simple act.

You might even save someone’s life.

My best wishes to you

Jonathan Chamberlain

Author of Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guide

www.fightingcancer.com

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

“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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