Choosing the best path for treatment is a very individual process. Many people choose conventional treatment for their cancer, and many do not. It’s all about finding and choosing the right treatment for you, for your body and your cancer. Knowing your options is key, but equally as important is knowing the pros and cons of each treatment. While there are no guarantees, we need to know –what are the chances the protocol will treat the cancer? And will it come with temporary or life threatening side effects? I don’t like that word, side effect. If treatment can cause serious damage, I am not so sure the damage can be referred to as a side effect. But anyway, can these so called side effects be avoided? What are the chances for recurrence? Will the treatment encourage or discourage the return of the cancer or new cancer? The recent news about Robin Roberts only brings awareness to the subject; sadly, she is hardly alone in her plight. Last week we spoke about a potential vaccine for cancer, but until we have that, we still have to treat our cancer. So today on the show, my guest, Bill Henderson, talked about healing cancer naturally, by means of a gentle, non-toxic therapy with no side effects (other than improved health and less cancer.)
Cancer is not a symptom, a random tumor that must simply be removed. It is an imbalance in the body, a cry for help, if you will, that we need to take care of ourselves; that our body and soul require attention. If we do not fix the imbalance or the reason for the cancer, the cancer will likely recur and/or spread, and certainly will not go away.
I loved Bill’s answer to “If your wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, what would you recommend she do?” First, he would send her to the dentist. Routine dental work, such as root canals, tooth extractions (especially the removal of wisdom teeth), etc. can cause massive infections in the mouth that spread throughout the lymph system and contribute to cancer, especially breast cancer. To learn more about dental concerns and cancer, please view: http://www.cancertutor.com/Other/Breast_Cancer.html. He also spoke at length about choosing the right dentist, one who is trained in the safe correction of dental culprits. “In the U.S., there are 160,000 dentists in the American Dental Association and another 7,400 dentist who are oral surgeons. Of those, there are less than 50 I would trust.” For a list of dentists that Bill recommends, please email me.
Second, he would address her stress issues, as often times repressed stress can lead to and fuel cancer. This stress-reaction can stem from an event that took place years prior to our diagnosis. He strongly recommends that we read Dr Brad Nelson’s The Emotional Code, to uncover and resolve stress issues or events that are causing our cancer, and preventing us from healing.
Lastly, he would change her diet, although he avoids that word “diet” as it implies something temporary. Eating well is a lifelong commitment, not something we do for just a few weeks.
All of these actions are important in our quest for wellness.
What he stressed was the importance of addressing the cause of the cancer as a means to cure it. What he didn’t do was suggest that his wife head off to a cancer clinic. For some people, some cancers, this may be the way to go. However, no matter what treatment we choose, if we don’t change the environment in which our cancer was permitted to grow, it will be very difficult to cure it. Bill’s argument for treating cancer naturally is a compelling one. To learn more about it, please visit Bill’s website or read his book, Cancer-Free. To replay this show: http://hipcast.com/podcast/HDQvbCgQ.
The best thing we can do is to consider the origin of our cancer, address it, and choose the best possible treatment for our cancer, our body, our needs.
To read more on changing the cancer environment, please visit: http://elynjacobs.wordpress.com/2011/12/09/changing-the-cancer-environment/. For more information, or to schedule an appointment for coaching, please email me or send me a message.
Please join me next week on Survive and Live Well as I talk with my guests about two important topics: mesothelioma and early detection of lung cancer.
Have a happy 4th and see you next week!
Elyn Jacobs is a breast cancer survivor, professional cancer coach, radio talk show host, speaker, and the Executive Director for the Emerald Heart Cancer Foundation. Elyn empowers women to choose the path for treatment that best fits their own individual needs. She is passionate about helping others move forward into a life of health and wellbeing. To learn more about Elyn’s coaching services, please visit: http://elynjacobs.wordpress.com. To tune into the Survive and Live Well radio show, please visit www.W4CS.com, Tuesdays at 1pm (est).