My first brain surgery in 1998 and recovery was completely new to me. Since then, I have come to understand some essential health and healing components needed when dealing with cancer.
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If we can effectively reduce stress in cancer patients, can't we reasonably expect to improve their prognosis and at the same time it facilitate their rehabilitation?
Clinical research often seeks to ask a simple question: Does a treatment work? That is an important question. But an equally important question is: What works for whom, and when?
Had I not learned about the impact of our diet on cancer 12 years ago, I'm certain I would not be alive and healthy today.
Healing requires a multi-pronged approach. When Scott Gill learned he had stage four cancer he decided to forgo chemo and simply live a healthier more balanced lifestyle. He is now cancer-free.
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