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Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
(photo)We may heard the term alternative or complementary used to name methods of prevention, diagnosis or cancer treatment. However, we wonder exactly was the difference. We ask ourself if these approaches are safe, proven scientifically and will work for us.
Does it works
A proven cancer treatment is medical treatment with evidence-based. Tests were preformed set in a strict guideline and found safe and effective in a clinical trial. more…
Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
(photo)Cancer treatment can be very hard on our body. The feeling of fullness and the change of smell or taste can cause change in our appetite. Since food is the energy and weapon, we need to cope with the standard cancer regime; we need strategy to overcome the challenge of decreased appetite.
Taste and smell that change
Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
The morbid potential of this destructive disease and a large part of our fear come from the lack of knowledge. We need to understand the factor responsible of the development of cancer so we can adopt habits that fight cancer. Otherwise cancer is a calamity that strike indistinctly and we can only pray that we and our loved one can be spear. more…
Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
When cruising in our car we see different signs on both sides of the road. Some signs notify us on the correct speed limit; some read, “Yield” and some signs show directions. There’s one that tells us, “Restricted!” that may mean don’t go here by mistake, don’t continue on here or there’s danger here! So you might not as well continue. Well, this Hoxsey herbal treatment is like this warning.
The Hoxsey Herbal Treatment
The regimen of the Hoxey herbal treatment includes two types of herbal mixtures- a brown tonic to be taken by mouth and a caustic paste of yellow powder for external use which can burn the skin. more…
Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
Will I get cancer? This question makes us anxious. In our life span, we have a 50 % chance to develop cancer. It isn’t a question of how but more of a when. It isn’t a doomsday prediction though. We may be lucky with a 50% chance of living our life without cancer. With that kind of luck we better prepare. Call it an insurance policy. more…
Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
Let’s look at cancer in a totally new light. This way we can understand how it operates. Instead of asking, “Why does cancer grow?” We can ask the question, “How does cancer grow?” It can be a key to winning our fight with cancer! more…
Wednesday, April 04th, 2012
Information is a key element to fight an enemy and increase our chances to win big! In our fight against cancer, most of the information comes from researches of scientists. They are usually published in scientific journals. But like majority of specialists, they mostly talk shop and use a language or terminology that’s alien to most of us to understand. This makes us lose interest in the matter.
In spite of this, a collection or compilation of several studies and the valuable information they offer can greatly help us. more…
Wednesday, March 21st, 2012
We hear the story we’re getting fatter. Fat is an organ that produces hormones. In turn, hormone affects our metabolism. We’re like an organ that easily doubles its size. And soon, we’re overweight. We know that obesity is linked to diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and cancer development. more…
Wednesday, March 14th, 2012
It’s like giving an old product a new look and a better label. Before the industrialization on food, functional foods were an advantage to civilization. These plants proved to be resistant to diseases, have better growth and fertility.
The industrialization of our food production entailed a mass production of foods we consume. Then, our food necessitated processing and standardization. The processing produced new kinds of food that weren’t tested by time. When this happened, many components that had originally been present in our traditional foods were destroyed.
Fleming discovered penicillin in the mid twentieth century and it help manage a scourge of mankind: infection. Now, here comes an old scourge of humanity: cancer! more…
Wednesday, March 07th, 2012
When we hear we have cancer, we’re in disbelief! That verdict puts us on a challenging crossroad and our lives hang on the balance. One path leads to remission while the other leads to emptiness and hopelessness. Obviously, this is one of the most difficult moments in our lives. We mark our lives at this significant moment – from before and after the diagnosis.
There’s a short pause here. Before we’re tested we feel those unusual symptoms. That pain, that feeling of bladder fullness and that wanting to discharge urine but nothing comes out. Our urine is obstructed by the prostate mass. We’re constantly fatigued. We want to get to the bottom of this. So finally, we seek the doctor’s help. more…