Why has cancer gone from rare to epidemic in the historical blink of an eye?
Is there a real cure for cancer?
What do the best cancer cures have in common?
Does chemotherapy work?
What do so many cures miss?
You can’t have a true cure unless you address the cause – why would the body create and nourish a tumor? (Hint – see page 27)
Discover the 15 most common myths and facts about cancer.
And what are the top 13 things to do immediately upon hearing a cancer diagnosis?
For the first time, there is a book revealing the vitalist/empirical approach to cancer – readable, enlightening and practical.
Get this book BEFORE cancer enters your life – and ESPECIALLY if cancer has entered yours or a loved one’s (or a patient’s) life.
A very important book on the causes of cancer and how best to prevent and treat it … the material covered will not be found in any conventional book on cancer, areas that are largely ignored by conventional oncology. Michael B. Schachter, MD, CNS, Director of the Schachter Center for Complementary Medicine
I love this book! The substance and style of writing are both always refreshing, a very welcome break from those who feel they must pay homage to Pharma. Colleen Huber, NMD, Naturopathic Oncologist (FNORI), President, Naturopathic Cancer Society, author of Manifesto for a Cancer Patient
Cancer is Natural, So is the Cure is really fantastic. Just the thing a cancer patient needs and in really easy-to-understand language. I would give it to anyone diagnosed with cancer. Sally Fallon Morrell, Founder and President of Weston A. Price Foundation
Anyone who has to face cancer would benefit greatly from reading this down-to-earth practical book first, before making any decisions. I would warmly recommend it not only to cancer patients but to people with any chronic degenerative condition. Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, MMS Neurology, MMS Nutrition developer of GAPS Nutritional Protocol
Dr. Koren paints a vibrant picture of the many causes and more importantly, the cause, of this misunderstood disease. Steven Schramm, PhD, DC, LAc, Diplomat Chinese Herbology