March 2023
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We have made little progress with the treatment options for cancer.

Fifty years ago there was only a 3 percent survival rate whereas today there is still only a 3 percent chance you will survive, nothing has changed.

Every day 20,000 people worldwide die of cancer which equates to nearly 8 million people a year.

The reason being is that we don’t have a cure for the problem but only expensive toxic treatments which focus on removing growths that seldom solve the problem.

Surviving cancer doesn’t mean just removing the growths; it means treating the person themselves and correcting the reasons why it first appeared.

Most people do not understand or have a distorted and/or incorrect definition of the word remission as it is used for cancer patients.

Most commonly people seem to believe that going into remission means that the patient has been successfully treated and is safe.

According to the American Cancer Society, cancer remission is a “period when the cancer is responding to treatment or is under control”.

When there is complete cancer remission, all the signs and symptoms of the disease disappear.

Complete cancer remissions may continue for several years and be considered cures.

Cancer Biology

The Human Body

The human body is a complex and wondrous living machine. 

Like any machine, our bodies are composed of smaller parts that work together with various tasks.

These tasks are performed each day such as breathing eating and digesting food and the movement of our blood. They are performed by specialized structures known as organs.


Examples of organs include the lungs, stomach, heart, and brain.

All of these organs and other body parts like our skin and muscles are made of smaller living units called cells.

When the doctor comes back with the news that you have developed cancer, your world can come to a stop.

You must fight cancer daily with a positive attitude!

What Things Do You Think About?

A million and one things go through your head and it’s hard to get through the confusion and put together a rational thought.

Many, many people have gone through some type of cancer, even as survivors themselves or through someone they love.

So you can find plenty of moral support via live groups, online chat rooms and forums, and other areas.

It’s all around us, or so it seems. Most of us know somebody, be it a relative, friend, or acquaintance that has been diagnosed with this dreaded disease.

So, what can we do? How can we be good friends, neighbors, or relatives to someone with cancer?

So often, because of our fear or discomfort with this disease, we back off, and stay away, leaving the person with cancer not only to deal with the difficult treatment but also reeling from the effects of being abandoned by family and friends.

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