Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients

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Kensington Books, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, you need a strategy to fight back. And while your oncologist may prescribe a course of treatment that includes chemotherapy or radiation, you must understand that these powerful and sometimes effective weapons often have unwelcome and even dangerous consequences. Current international research shows that without a strong nutritional foundation, a patient's odds of surviving the treatments--let alone beating cancer--are greatly reduced. Conversely, patients receiving the proper balance of healthy foods, vitamins and minerals, and selected nutritional supplements show a striking increase in the effectiveness of their chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Russell L. Blaylock, a respected doctor and clinical assistant professor of neurosurgery, shows you how easy it can be to fortify your nutritional status during this critical time. Readers will learn:

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As a doctor, I have used and recommended this book to my patients. Dr. Blaylock has compiled a mountain of important information into a book easy enough to be read by the patient but complete and sophisticated enough to be utilized by any doctor. Read full review

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Natural Strategies For Cancer Patients by Russell Blaylock is a very important book. It explains why we must not fear cancer, and how we can and must fight cancer, with a healthy lifestyle. Read full review


Fighting Cancer with Nutrition
The Cancer Process
Poisoning Cancer and You
Burning Cancer
Facts and Fallacies
Nutrition and Cancer Treatments
Nutrition Cancer and Immunity
Fighting the Special Problems of Cancer Therapy
Suggested Reading
Resource List

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About the author (2003)

Blaylock is director of Advanced Nutritional Concepts, and clinical assistant professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

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