My wife, Bernadette was diagnosed with cervical cancer at the age of 39. She followed the treatments recommended by her doctors: surgery, radiation and chemotherapy and a year later she died from a highly aggressive cancer tumour that had spread throughout her pelvis.
While she was suffering, I was reading and I discovered that a highly aggressive tumour is a common result of following a programme of radiation and/or chemotherapy. I also discovered there was an enormous range of approaches - so called 'alternative therapies' that made a lot more sense to me. I have now, after ten years of reading around the subject come to the conclusion that I will not have any orthodox treatment for any cancer that I might get because I have a great deal more faith in diet, supplements and herbs - and sunbathing (for vitamin D) and a lot more.
I have written a 130,000 word book Fighting Cancer - A Survival Guide which is available at my website www.fightingcancer.com for US$15.95.
I do advise everybody who has cancer or who knows someone with cancer to educate themselves as to the problems with orthodox treatments and the potential of alternative treatments. Do not just accept the prejudices of your doctor.