WHAT IS CANCER?
Cancer is a disease process in which healthy cells have stopped functioning and maturing normally. The normal cycle of cell formation and death is interrupted and the newly mutated (altered) cancer cells begin to multiply uncontrollably, no more functioning as an integral part of the body. Through a process of programmed cell death called apoptosis, normal cells, when formed, mature, live out their life span and die in an orderly manner. On the contrary, cancer cells have lost their capacity to undergo this natural process of cell death. They don’t die in an orderly manner, and as they continue to divide and multiply, they eventually form visible tumors.
Cancer is not synonymous with death. Fear and anxiety are toxic emotions that can only adversely affect your nervous system, endocrine system and immune system which you so badly need to recover.
Know your treatment options
Conventional treatment is not the only one available. Alternative therapies are safer, nontoxic and more beneficial.
WHAT WE OFFER
Alternative Cancer Treatment
- Natural nontoxic substances to combat cancer.
- Boosting the immune system to fight cancer.
- Assisting the body to detoxify
Research and clinical experience have shown that certain antioxidants may enhance the effectiveness of conventional treatment for some cancers.
- If you are about to start chemotherapy (which we don't recommend), we can prepare you to cope.
- If you are undergoing chemotherapy/ radiotherapy (which we don't encourage), we can help you get the best result, using an Integrative Approach.
Anyone undergoing any form of cancer treatment should be under the supervision of competent doctors because excessive use of certain drugs can damage the adrenal and pituitary glands. Once this happens,other treatments, including alternative therapies, may not work.
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Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States and the second most frequently diagnosed cancer. American Cancer Society statistics indicate that over 192,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009