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Personal Testimony of a natural cancer cure experience

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on November 22, 2014

Here is a story that demonstrates the fact very clearly that doing alternative approaches a) can work b) requires effort and commitment and c) requires multiple strategies to achieve best results:
A woman posted this on a Facebook page (Cancer Cures & Natural healing):

“I joined this group a few weeks ago searching for knowledge for a friend I was assisting with her cancer care. She was given a 4 to 6 week diagnosis. She was told today that she is indeed cancer free and a miracle. I just wanted you all to know. Thank you for the advice and all the wonderful posts. You have made a difference.
Cell Power Super Silica, (and PH strips)
Hulda Clark’s Super Vitamin D,
liposomal Vitamin C,
magnesium spray,
Methyl B12,
Aloha green drink,
NOW Brand GMO free lecithin,
Carlson’s Fish oil,
baking soda
Lugol’s Iodine
eliminated all acidic foods and drinks,
monitored PH daily, (kept at 7 or above)
juiced and made smoothies (organic)
eliminated toxic hygiene products and used organic hygiene products,
eliminated sugar and high carbs,
used super silica (with cell power) in water as well as lemons and rotated with baking soda
used Aloha green drink for nutritional support
used fresh ginseng in smoothies
editing and adding her protocol here for those who do not see it in the comments ~ we kept her alkaline, cut out all junk, no sugar, processed foods, prayed, began tumeric and glutathione (limited, she would get ill in detox so she would back off), methylfolate, methyl B12, vitamin D, selenium, lugol’s iodine, magnesium spray, used alkaline veggies and fruits in smoothies, used Aloha brand green drink, baking soda, prayed some more, she used Cell Power Super Silica, she used ph strips daily, prayed some more and that is about it. Also used organic hygiene products, skipped brushing her teeth for a while (Gerson). Lemons in her water, increased water, Now brand nonGMO lecithin, fish oil, prayed some more, but the main thing was alkalinity. She worked HARD at it and would panic if it went back to 7.”

And here is another
“I Met a man who was about to have his arm cut off in ICU. Gave him little time left to live as cancer was spreading all through him. They were applying antibiotic patch’s to the sarcoma. They asked what to do. Nothing was working and the Elderly man was going ‘down’ in health. I suggested Iodine. The family then asked the Dr.s to place pure Iodine on the cancer. They did. Then I suggested Essiac Tea ….he drank lots of it and daily he got stronger and stronger….moved into a room and in 6 weeks…was deemed …cancer free. Not one Dr. asked how this was healed so fast.
*I also have to add…I used Distance Therapeutic Touch with him, as well I made him an Orgone Accumulator Blanket/ Designed by Dr. Wilhelm Reich.
Very easy to make your own!
He also made himself a mixture of Baking Soda and Maple Syrup.
The photos that accompanied this story were of an horrific sarcoma on a man’s elbow.


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I want to change the way you think about cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on May 12, 2014

Please share this video with everyone you know. Cancer? Don’t Panic! is a book that will change the way you think about cancer. You can download a free copy at


For some reason this is presenting as a black screen. Keep clicking (it seems to work eventually) or click on this link
You Tube: Cancer? Don’t panic!

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face book group for cancer survivors

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on April 15, 2014

You’ve had cancer. It has been treated. Now you can forget about it – right? Well, no. Some of you have been damaged by the treatment so you have to cope with that. Some (most) of you are concerned the cancer will return. Here are some Facebook groups where you can share your ideas and experiences:

Cancer Recovery:

Surviving Hope:

And of course you should still be reading about cancer. My free download Cancer? Don’t Panic is a good place to start

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Great cancer healing story

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on March 27, 2014

I love stories where cancer doctors send patients home to die – and then they go and cure themselves with simple therapies – when will people wake up? Here’s one such story:

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Sixty Shades of Cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on October 28, 2013

This is my latest book seeking to help people who find themselves diagnosed with cancer – as with my other books the time to read them is before you get cancer.

I offer 60 key insights (actually 61 but who’s counting?) to help empower those of you who have cancer or who are supporting someone who has cancer. This replaces a previous book called 50 Shades of Cancer. This is a personal review of some of the conclusions reached over two decades of thinking about cancer. It will certainly be useful to you if you are on that journey. It will be even more useful if you are familiar with the ideas in this book before you get cancer – but how many of us are wise enough to prepare ourselves in this way (sadly, cancer is likely to strike 40-50% of us all so it does make sense to have some idea of the issues)
The first review on the UK Amazon site is spot on about the purpose of the book
Health Hunter wrote: Don’t panic! Don’t panic!
All Jonathan Chamberlain’s books are well worth reading for anyone who has concerns about cancer but this little production may be the one to read first as in it Chamberlain strives to calm the sense of panic a cancer diagnosis generates and focus the “victim” or concerned loved one on the practical moves to make other than just accepting the “expert” advice. For most people this may seem weird but read this and you will have scales lifted from your eyes by a man who has suffered with his late wife from NOT having access to the information he has subsequently uncovered.
Sixtyshadesofcancer - Kindle

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A brave personal message from someone confronting cancer

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on September 30, 2013

This message was posted on my Facebook group Cancer Recovery by Sheryl Malin who is, along with her husband, battling a diagnosis of Cancer. Her site is

And what a wonderfully brave and heartfelt message it is:


As I turn through the pages of my past year, I have gained spiritually as well as mentally and physically from the experiences of cancer. I have gained a lot of knowledge through incredible top rated people and through this sharing with others ; the hope and comfort it brought me.

Cancer can be controlled, but you need to treat it with respect. You need to know what you are dealing with and how to treat it daily. Its learning how to reorganize what’s important to our bodies and lives we lead. As I close the last chapter of this book, I will let you on a secret! Its your choice and you need to take control of the issue not leave it up to others to make the decisions for you. I started with a program that enhanced the quality of my life by first changing the way I ate and drank. I learned ways to meditate to release stress and made time to exercise. Its those important steps that maintain hope of never seeing cancer again.

We need to stand up to what is effecting us, the environment and face the final curtain by thinking out side the box and realizing what we are working with.

I will continue to manage my cancer and help any others that are going through it with the support of my heart. I am a survivor of knowledge and not of cancer. I will not let it control my body and mind. Individually we are a drop, but together we can create an ocean, lets start now ~ its your choice.

Courage is standing face to face with fear… and smiling at it!

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Quackbusters and Anecdotal evidence

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on September 19, 2013

Here is a personal story that was posted on the ‘oleandersoup’ yahoo group:

“My 80 year old stepdad has had pancreatic cancer for the last 3 years and is doing great.! He takes plenty of Oleander (the caps or liquid) maximum dosage and 4 oz of (Utopia Silver’s) colloidal silver every day . . .

He takes the silver for until he finishes the gallon and then takes about a 2-3 week break and then starts the silver again. My stepdad has a bile bag because the tumor was blocking his bile duct, but now there is nothing going into the bile bag and he is doing great. All signs point to the tumor shrinking and the bile is now traveling the correct way through his body.

Like I said he was diagnosed almost 3 years ago with stage 4 pancreatic cancer and was yellow and given only a couple of months to live. He went from 230lbs to about 135 in about 5 months. Now he is around 150 and plays golf weekly! He was doing pretty good with the oleander alone, but once he added the silver he really started to see some improvements. Best of luck, i know how hard it can be to see your loved ones in pain and going down. Don’t lose heart, there is so much hope! – God Bless, Tracy.”

Tony Isaac brought this to my attention in an article where he compares this story with what happened to Patrick Swayze:

This brought to mind a recent discussion I had with some people who spend their time complaining about people who are ‘falsely persuaded’ by anecdotes. In the above case we have two examples of anecdotal evidence – one widely reported and the other widely ignored.

As Tony Isaacs said in his article anecdotes are not proof that anything works. But by God they are signposts – and in the absence of anything remotely proven to be beneficial [as opposed to proven to give you pain and proven to be useless] a signpost is better than nothing.

Felicity Cordin-Wheeler is another terminal pancreatic cancer case who is out on the golf courses. She is winning club level golf competitions at the age of 70+ – and she is free from the pancreatic cancer her doctors said they couldn’t treat. Her story can be found in Cancer Survivors’ Stories that can be downloaded free from

Each signpost adds strength to the message that cancer can be defeated (or contained) by non-toxic means – even a cancer with such a poor prognosis as pancreatic cancer.

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This Website

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on July 15, 2013

These books will mess with the way you think about cancer
My name is Jonathan Chamberlain and I am the author of a number of books on cancer. The Cancer Survivor’s Bible (550 pages of Facts, Issues and Options); Cancer Recovery Guide – 15 strategies for recovery; Cancer? Don’t Panic (ebook and paperback) – the wisdom of 20 years thinking about cancer summarized into short, highly focused points you will need to think about. It started with 50 points but soon became 60 . There it is. This is a quick intro to help orientate you and mess with the way you think about cancer; and The Amazing Cancer Kid – the story of a boy who has confounded his doctors expectations by not dying 7 years ago. I actually wrote these books for myself. I want to live and I don’t want to have my health damaged and I really don’t want to suffer pain. For further details go to

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Julie’s ovarian cancer cure story

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on October 22, 2012

Julie’s story

Julie was a self-employed, 56-year-old  woman,  living in the Pacific Northwest when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. This is her story in her own words:

I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2003. The following is my story:

At the time of that diagnosis, three things were going on. I was hospitalized with life-threatening pulmonary embolisms that damaged my heart and lungs. I did not have any health insurance, and was already facing the loss of my lifetime savings and more. And I had a (in my opinion) healthy disrespect for the medical industry. Having to lose my home was not an option, as because, (as I explained to the doctor), if I had to lose virtually everything my late husband and I had worked our entire lives for and go live under a bridge somewhere, then the stress of that would kill me far faster than any cancer would. I felt that I had no option but to journey on alone.

Please understand that I would never, ever tell someone else what to do, or what to take. I can only tell you of my own personal experience. After the diagnosis, I began researching anything that I could do to help my body fight and heal. I changed my diet radically. I only bought organic! I stopped eating anything ‘white’ – sugar, rice, baked goods, etc. I switched to sprouted grain bread and rice, but cut way back on even those. I stopped eating beef and pork, and ate fish and some chicken. Vegetables became a mainstay in my diet, and I ate a lot more beans. I began cooking with a lot more healthy spices like turmeric, curry, ginger, garlic, (all of the Indian species). I continued to eat some eggs, raw cheese, and raw yogurt. I drink a lot of peppermint tea, which I always did love. I had always taken a daily supplements from an early age, but I added colloidal silver, essiac, nattokinaise, tripled my CoQ10 dose to 400 mg., cod liver oil, probiotics, and enzymes.

Perhaps the biggest change I made was mental. I’m not sure how to explain that transformation. I started meditation, and truly did believe that we all, as human beings, have the ability to heal ourselves. I read books on that subject to validate my belief of our God-given gift to heal. I acquired the ability to ‘meditate’ wherever I was, and was able to block out negativity even when around other people. I memorized a ‘mantra’ for myself that I mentally repeat numerous times throughout the day. Part of it goes like this, “I am healthy, I am happy. I am loved, I am loving. Divine healing has encompassed my entire being and has made me healthy and whole, and will manifest in all who ask. (That from Anthony Leggett). My body is free from any and all disease…” And so on… What I feel is most critical is that we must truly believe. It’s not just about ‘wanting’,  it’s about believing in my opinion. It’s such a shame that doctors ‘sentence’ people to death almost. Instead of being positive, they give gloom and little encouragement other than ‘we can cut and radiate and poison’ and see what happens. Barbaric!

It is now almost ten years later, and I am at peace. I think fighting cancer is a two-fold battle. One aspect is the physical (giving our body what it needs to heal), and the mental, (opening our entire being to the miracle that truly is ours for the ‘asking’.) I know that it’s easier said than done for most people however, and I don’t make light of it.

I’m not sure how much help my story would be, because of course, I didn’t follow-up with expensive tests, etc. that I couldn’t afford under my circumstances. Initially, two tests were done in the hospital to confirm (differentiate from fibroid tumors)  the original diagnosis but since then I haven’t had any tests to confirm the cancer is gone. But I am still alive and no test can confirm my health status  better than the fact that I feel very well.

The Cancer Survivor’s Bible –

“I work with cancer patients and have found this book incredibly helpful to them (and me & my work colleagues). Very well laid out, well written” – S.Lumley

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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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