The Cancer Conundrum: Stop Dying—Start Living

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iUniverse, May 25, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 84 pages

When Rick Hill, who was diagnosed at the MAyo Clinic with very aggressive embryonal cell carcinoma at a very young age, learned about a nutritional clinic in Tijuana, Mexico, that was treating terminally ill people, he journeyd south.

Hill, a former stand-up comic readio talk-show host, takes you on a hilarious and poignant trip through helath food stores in the 1970s and his experiences at the Mayo Clinic. He recalls how he went from a "greaser" to a tree-hugger and food fanatic, but nothing compares with how he slipped through a rabbit hole, ended up in Mexico, and beat The Cancer Conundrum.

Praise for The Cancer Conundrum "Don't let the title of this book fool you, this is laugh-out-loud funny. It also has a life-giving message." Dr. Brent Allan, Scottsdale, AZ. "Like my father before me, I have admired Rick's willingness to stay on his program and share with others his success." Dr. Francisco Contreras, Oasis of Hope, Tijuana, Baja BC

Rick's style of humor and dedication to 'Resetting" his life daily us an inspiration!"

Janyce Hustwit, Ph.D

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Rick Hill has been a talk-show host on WSBR in Boca Raton, Florida; stand-up comic; satire columnist; and sales executive. He is the managing partner for the Free Speakers Group, LLC, and he volunteers as the public relations director for the Oasis of Hope Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico. He lives in San Diego, California, and is also the author of Fishing for Leads: Change Your Bait, Sharpen Your Hooks and Reel in New Business

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