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Welcome to the books section

Once diagnosed, I decided to go to school on the problem. I have read over 50 books on the subject, and have been treating myself, with varying degrees of success. Here is a selection of some of my favourite and memorable titles. Please feel free to enlighten us with your selections, and why in the replies.


Healing the Gerson Way – Charlotte Gerson

Posted by on Fri 25 May 2018

 

 This book made so much sense to me.  Our bodies have been stripped of most nutrients required for adequate healing, so the simple but effective treatment of Juicing organic fruits and vegetables, to get the good stuff in, and coffee enemas to get all the garbage out really hit a chord. This is the latest […]

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Max Gerson – Healing the hopeless

Posted by on Fri 25 May 2018

 

 I purchased this book, hoping for an insight into “gerson therapy” something I have read, takes terminally Ill patients and makes them well again. Although, glad I read it, it wasn’t what I was expecting and is simply a biography of the great man, and chronicles how he came up with his treatments.  It shows […]

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A world without Cancer – G. Edward Griffin.

Posted by on Fri 25 May 2018

 

 I suppose that this book is a must for anyone suffering with Cancer. It was recommended by Ty Bollinger in his book Step outside the box. The first part talks about Laetrille, or so called vitamin B17, which has cured a great many people, and the second half of the book discusses the whole broken […]

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Sodium Bicarbonate, natures unique first aid recipe. Dr Mark Sircus

Posted by on Tue 22 May 2018

 

 In this book, Dr Mark Sircus starts by giving us an overview of this everyday item Sodium Bicarbonate.  It’s history in medicine, and how it is used in hospitals to this day. With reference to Cancer he talks about P.H. being a nemesis of the cancer cell.  He spells out the protocol that is discussed […]

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Cancer – Why we’re still dying to know the truth

Posted by on Tue 22 May 2018

 

 Cancer, why we’re dying to know the truth. This is a very well written book, with lots of supporting evidence about the subject.  Phillip has clearly done his research. Having previously read Ty Bollingers book Cancer Step outside the box, there was nothing really new for me, but the text simply reiterated what I had […]

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Alive and Well – Philip Binzel

Posted by on Tue 22 May 2018

 

 This is the story of a persecuted doctor, who declined the standard of care, but his patients were alive and well. After reading Ty Bollingers book, I moved on to A world without cancer, which then put me onto this book. Much has been said about Laetrille, or B17, which I took religiously, however, it […]

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The Cancer Cure That Worked – Barry Lynes

Posted by on Tue 22 May 2018

 

 This is the story of Royal Raymond Rife.  A brilliant scientist, who spent his whole life looking at the world though his microscope, you can read his whole fascinating story in this book, and here on this website  he developed an electric machine that set the organisms vibrating, that was until they hit their MOR (Mortal […]

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Mum’s Not having Chemo

Posted by on Tue 01 May 2018

 

 This was the first book I read, shortly after my diagnosis. A book about choices. A book to empower all cancer sufferers and their families. In March 2011 Laura Bond’s mother Gemma was diagnosed with ovarian and uterine cancer. Laura discovered that the only thing more shocking than telling someone your mother has cancer was […]

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Cancer step outside the box – Ty Bollinger

Posted by on Thu 26 Apr 2018

 

 Having read mum’s not having chemo, I was fortunately introduced to Vincent Crewe, a man who discovered Laura’s blog whilst suffering himself. Vincent taught me all about coffee enemas, and introduced me to Ty Bollinger, and his video series, at that time was The Truth about Cancer.  It absolutely blew me away.  I took a […]

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