October 2020

Although doctors will usually rush you into treatment, give yourself a chance to think more clearly about your treatment options.

Do some research and start making changes in your life before starting any treatment can be advantageous.

You can always tell your doctor that you need more time to think about your treatment options and in most cases that’s possible.

What Your Doctor will Probably Tell You

Typically your doctors will talk to you about average survival for your particular type and stage of cancer and direct you to the conventional treatment plan that is usually standardized to your particular diagnosis but not unique for you.

It will probably include a combination of surgery, chemotherapy, and/or radiation.

They will usually discuss with you the details of each of these treatment protocols and make sure you know of any expected side effects so that you can be prepared for the worst.

Although your doctor is highly trained and caring, he or she may not tell you important things you need to know about cancer to maximize the effects of mainstream medical treatments, improve quality of life and prevent a recurrence.

You need to know about things like:

What is cancer?

What are the possible underlying risk factors?

What’s the role of natural nutrition in fighting cancer?

How can natural supplements help?

What’s the Role of chronic stress in Cancer?

Are there toxicity and environmental links to cancer?

And what is the importance of psycho-spiritual balance for cancer healing?

Medical treatments can help you control cancer but they are only one piece of the puzzle.

Conventional medical treatments mostly control cancer by destroying cancer cells and come with the unfortunate downside of killing many healthy cells in the process which causes unwanted short and long-term side effects.

Once you’re done with any of these treatments, you are left with no guidance at how to deal with side effects or prevent a recurrence.

Moreover, none of these medical treatments will work on strengthening the immune system or nourishing the body to help it heal and recover.

While you can certainly take advantage of conventional treatments, you need to know that when it comes to fighting cancer, you need every tool available.

Using an integrated approach that utilizes natural cancer-fighting tools side by side with conventional treatment can maximize your treatment outcome and prevent cancer recurrence.

The truth is that beating cancer requires major lifestyle changes. If you want to eradicate cancer and prevent a recurrence, you will need to look deeper into the nutritional, physical, psycho-spiritual, and environmental aspects of your life.



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