Very good books
Dr David Servan-Schreiber's - Anti Cancer, a new way of life. David takes his diet from
Dr Richard Beliveau PhD - Foods that fight cancer
Dr Richard Beliveau PhD - Foods to fight cancer
Dr Richard Beliveaus PhD - Cooking with Foods that fight Cancer.
Google - Dr David Servan-Schreiber, there is a lot of info in the internet. Below are good internet sites - the first is a University lecture, takes around 1 1/2 hours but worth it.
Also on you tube - Dr David Servan-Schreiber, CBC report part 1 and Part 2.
The memoir of a retired nursing professor's journey through lung cancer. It vividly and honestly portrays her feelings and pain as she goes through diagnosis, chemotherapy, hair loss, surgery and recuperation. There are "Waysides" along the way to reflect on what was learned and how it can help others who are traveling with cancer. Finally, it deals with how her experience with cancer has turned into one of personal growth and renewal. This book is written by a health care professional, but there is no intent to provide medical information. It is, instead, a sharing of memories of personal experiences with the intent of helping others on their journey with cancer. It offers inspiration and hope to all facing cancer.
The book is a humorous and compassionate insight into the experience of illness and the process of recovery.
On my website, there are links to webcasts I've hosted and a wealth of information about radioimmunotherapy, vetted by medical professionals,
I'm Not Lance! is for cancer patients and their supporters. It takes you on a tour of the physical, practical, social, and psychological challenges that face cancer patients. It's an experience and survival guide for regular people. 100% proceeds are donated to the Liddy Shriver Sarcoma Initiative. The author is a Ewing's Sarcoma Survivor currently in remission.
Dr. Servan-Schreiber shares his personal journey through diagnosis and treatment of brain cancer. Proposing that all people have dormant cancer cells, Dr. Schreiber identifies and describes changes that can make a difference in caring for our "terrain:"
* Protecting Oneself (avoidance of chemicals, environmental and others)
* Diet (Mediterranean diet)
* Freeing Oneself From Feelings of Powerlessness and Helplessness
I read this book in one sitting. Some of the science was hard to comprehend initially, but with careful reading (and maybe some re-reading!), it is understandable to laypeople. While it would be easy to take a shortcut and read/utilize only the glossy pages in the center of the book, I recommend reading all of it. There are some lovely and transcendant moments describing acts of great courage and strength. Plus, you'd never get to read about Mighty Mouse #6! :)
a cancer survivalist's MUST HAVE. if you plan on making it and really giving it your all and can take on the challange of diving into a world of new eats, recipes and vitamins the natural way, this book is my favorite! it even comes with a dvd to make the book a bit easier to get around in. it explains whats all in vitamins and what they are for. the book explains foods why and why not.it simply explains the why you should and should not of almost everythhing you put in your body. and it also touches on cancer and how it kinda started in you.
I just watched the CNN with Larry King and discovered a book that I would like to share with those that would be willing to try alternative medicine. I am going to try Barnes and Nobel to find out if they have this or can order it.
She reference conversations with Doctors and their patients.
Michael's Journey is a book I just published. It is my diary of the past five years of my son, Michael's, recovery from brain cancer. Michael was 13 when he got suddenly ill and is now 18 and has been five years cancer free. Even though Michael walks with a walker now, that doesn't stop his drive for life. He is an inspiration to everyone he meets. This book was written to inspire other families.
I just heard about this free eBook co-authored by the researcher who discovered the Natural Killer Cell in 1971. It is free-- the company will email it to you.
Supposed to explain how to improve immunity which is compromised after chemotherapy.
When Alesia Shute was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 7, her life was redirected as was that of her entire family. She would go on to survive six major surgeries that had never been tested on a child, several minor surgeries and countless hours of pain and months of hospitalization. Alesia had to grow up quickly and adjust to being sickly and different from others. Everything is Okay is her story of survival that details not only her recovery, but also her struggles through school, boys, marriage, and pregnancy, with some hilarious tales of business to boot.