OK, so the cancer diagnosis is real. They didn’t make a mistake.
It wasn’t just a bad dream. It’s not fair. So what are the options?
Standard (allopathic) treatment
Integrative (alternative) cancer therapy
The choice is yours.
None of us really gets to choose when we die. We only know that eventually
we are all going to die.
But we do get to choose
how we lead our lives.
We can choose whether to walk for 30 minutes, or watch a television show.
We can choose whether to eat green beans and wild caught salmon, or steak
and potatoes, or a Big Mac and fries.
We can choose whether to take statin drugs for what some consider high
cholesterol - or whether to increase our exercise, decrease our starch
intake and increase our intake of vegetables and healthy proteins.
We can choose to accept what our “health” insurance - really
“illness” insurance - tells us they will pay for - or we can
choose to go outside the box, and try treatments which, at the very least,
will be no less effective that standard therapy, and at the very most
will be significantly healthier and even may be more effective than standard
We can choose to examine our lives and our assumptions, and be willing
to change. The need to be right often overshadows the will to survive.
But it does not have to be that way. We
can survive cancer.
The choice is truly ours.