Changing the Conversation on Cancer

Jan 07

As I internalized the recent passing of Stuart Scott to complications from his cancer battle, my thoughts turned to all of the brave men, women and children that I have connected with over the past two years during my wife and son’s battles who we have lost to this diseasse.  I also thought about the close friends and family members who we’ve also lost over the years.  It was then that I realized that I can’t simply focus on the bravery that they demonstrated in how they fought, but that we absolutely have to change the dialogue around cancer in this country as well.  Some tough questions need to start being asked about how we approach a cancer diagnosis through conventional means in our country.  Why are so many getting this disease?  Why are we losing so many that do?   The status quo simply isn’t good enough. That’s what I plan to do over the next month in honor of Stuart Scott’s passing.  Starting a dialogue that focuses on what is contributing to the rise in our cancer epidemic, and properly healing the body, not attacking tumors.  One that addresses root causes, and not masking symptoms.  Our conventional cancer care industry is failing us with the results that we see today, and we simply cannot accept it any longer.  When one learns that they have cancer, it’s not simply a condition that needs to be “attacked” with one of the three options that conventional cancer care gives us (chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery), it’s the bodies way of alerting us to an underlying problem or root cause that needs to be addressed.  Shrinking or removing a tumor simply does not address these root causes, and many times leads to a compromised immune system, which in turn leads to death or an eventual recurrence.  There are steps that need to be taken properly to address these root causes that conventional medicine simply chooses to ignore.  My research has led me to believe that these steps include the following: • Detoxifying the body • Implementing anti microbial therapy to kill parasites, fungus, bacteria, viruses • Implementing non toxic therapies • Stimulating the immune system • Introducing proper nutrition • Delivering oxygen to...

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