April 14, 2016: Cancer’s Cure

Do you know what the cure for cancer is?

  • Surgery?
  • Chemotherapy?
  • Radiation?
  • Immunotherapy?
  • Stem Cell Transplant?
  • Blood Doping?
  • Alkaline Water?
  • Essential Oils?
  • Mediterranean Diet?
  • Daniel’s Diet?
  • Fasting?
  • Vitamins?
  • Meditation?
  • Juicing?
  • Coffee Eniemas?
  • Prescription Drugs?
  • IV Therapy?
  • Target Therapy?
  • Exercise Program?
  • Sugar & Gluten Elimination Diet?
  • Hyperthermia?
  • Photodynamic Therapy?
  • Laser Therapy?
  • Counseling?
  • Exorcism?
  • Forgiving Your Enemies?
  • Virus Therapy?
  • Genetic Therapy?
  • Avoid GMOs?
  • Stress Reduction Therapy?

 

The truth is – there isn’t a guaranteed cure for cancer. All of the above things are treatment plans that might lower your risks of getting and/or dying from cancer. That is all. Cancer is an individualized disease. It comes in different flavors and stages and meanness. It reacts to all kinds of treatments in different ways. That’s why you might have two women with stage 3 aggressive and invasive breast cancer undergo the exact same treatment plans and end up with two totally different results. 

 

So the best cure I know for cancer is to never get it! Evaluate your life. Know your family’s history. Pay attention to those things that put you at a higher risk of getting cancer (yes, I know even breathing puts us at risk) and start making changes to your lifestyle. 

 

“Cancer Sucks” isn’t just a saying. Cancer destroys and kills even if you get to live. And that saying, “If I’m going to die anyway, I might as well die happy.” – Yeah, dying of cancer isn’t a happy way to go. Take control of your life today and do whatever it takes to live a healthy, happy and productive life. This is the only one you get and even a hundred years isn’t really that long. 

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About courage2conquercancer

At the age of 40, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is an account of my journey from my discovery and beyond.
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