.: resources.frequently asked questions
Here are some of the more frequently asked “generic” questions thus far. This
list will change as we find more things that apply to all who visit this sight.
For more in-depth knowledge about your specific ailment, please check our list
of links or go to your browser and type in the specific name of your cancer +
“organization” to find a specific group with problems similar to yours.
- What is cancer?
- It is a mutation of the DNA structure of your body cells.
- It is immortal– Cancer cells will never die on their own
- There are 112 known kinds of cancer divided into 3 specific categories:
- How common is cancer?
- More than 2,000,000 people are diagnosed with some form of cancer every
year in North America.
- Somewhere between 20-25% of all people will get some form of cancer
during their lifetimes.
- Is cancer a death sentence?
- No, it does not have to be one. There are many factors that contribute
your chances for recovery, chief among them are:
- Your mental attitude
- What kind is it?
- How involved it is inside your body (has it metastasized)?
- How fast is it growing?
- What is the treatment plan you have undertaken?
- Are you willing to work at getting cancer under control in your body?
- Am I alone? Am I facing this all by myself? Does anyone understand
what I am going through?
- You are alone only if you choose to be.
- There are many people willing to help you if you care to seek them out.
- God is always available.
- Are there any alternatives to conventional medical wisdom?
- Understand that not all “alternative treatments” are quack concepts. Are
you aware that in order to pass FDA approval, a drug company can spend, in
some cases over $200,000,000 (two hundred million dollars) to get an
approval? It can, in some instances, take up to 10 years or more. Many
companies from Europe and Asia have had successful treatment programs going
for decades. Yet, they are not approved here because of the incredible
costs. Does that make them bad choices or not worthy of consideration even
though they have helped tens of thousands of people in the rest of the
world? Those are considered alternative treatments in virtually all
mainstream medical circles here in the U.S.
- Why hasn’t my doctor mentioned anything about nutrition in relationship to
- Seventy percent of all diseases, not just cancer, have nutrition linked
to them; yet only 31 of the 125 medical schools in the U.S. require future
doctors to have at least one course in nutrition. The average curriculum
time for all doctors from all schools is 2.5 credit hours of study.
- If I get my cancer in remission, do I have to keep up the changes I made
to help make it go away?
- No, you are free do anything you choose at any time...but why would you?
If you make dietary and lifestyle changes that improve your general health
and you are able to keep cancer at bay, why do you want to go back to a
lifestyle that supports disease that can potentially kill you?
- What is wrong with wheat based flours?
- Ciliac's Disease is the body's intolerance to the gluten in flour. It is
estimated that upwards of 25% of all people are in this category. Regardless
of that fact, eating wheat based flour is something that stresses your
immune system. Anything that causes your body to work harder than necessary
should be done away with. It is actually harder on your immune system to
break down gluten than it is to process red meat. This is not license to
gorge meat. Common sense must prevail.
NOTICE: Under no circumstance is there any claim of any kind being made or implied that what I have chosen to do for myself has any merit to anyone other than me. This website or any printed matter I generate as a result of this website is not to be intended or in any way considered a substitute for the services of a medical professional. I am not to be considered in any way responsible for any consequences incurred by those who choose to employ the remedies or treatments I have reported. I make no claim that cancer is curable, least of all by me. I make no claim as to being able to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure any disease or infirmity of any type. It is strongly recommended and encouraged that everyone visiting this sight devote time to researching all possible treatment options that make sense to them and that they avail themselves of the expertise of those who are experienced in the treatment and “cure” of cancer; and that they seek whatever additional help and support their conditions warrant.