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"Surviving Cancer Against All Odds" interview with author who studied radical remissions

 
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http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2014/07/26/955-surviving-cancer-against-all-odds/

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I subscribe to the People's Pharmacy podcast but sometimes I get behind in listening to them. This podcast was broadcast on July 26, 2014. It's an interview with Kelly Turner, who wrote a book about the people who have miraculous recoveries from what is supposed to be terminal cancer. Some people do a toxinectomy, some start meditating, some use herbs, Chinese or otherwise. Many do several things to improve their health and their immune system so as to fight the cancer.

The author has a website: http://www.radicalremission.com The blog has story after story of people who either tried conventional medicine first, then alternative, or who tried alternative treatments first and they worked. Interesting.
 
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http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2014/08/23/959-farmacology-what-farmers-can-teach-us-about-health/

In this podcast, the author (a family medicine doctor) talks about oncologists that are using the principles of integrated pest management to fight cancer. That is, instead of a "scorched earth" policy, using a measured amount of chemotherapy or radiation to do maximum damage to the cancer without degrading the health of the patient, and simultaneously working to improve the immune system and health of the patient.
 
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