Disclaimer: Consult with a doctor before deciding on a treatment plan for cancer or any other disease.
A cancer protocol is a set of treatments that take aim at cancer from different directions all at the same time. It’s always best for patients to approach the treatment of cancer using a protocol rather than just a stand-alone treatment. The reason why is because cancer is a serious disease that often results when the body’s systems are failing on multiple levels. The cure for cancer seldom involves just one treatment. The cancer treatment Entelev (also known as Protocel and by other names) is unusual in that it is meant to be used totally by itself. But most of the other treatments in this book are meant to be used in tandem with other treatments as part of a cancer protocol.
The cancer protocol that most patients are familiar with is the one that conventional medicine and large corporations/powerful entities designed to make money from this medical model. It includes three elements: surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. Sometimes patients get only one of the treatments offered in this protocol, but often, patients receive all three. Most patients approach this protocol with extreme dread because the side effects caused by protocol are worse than the disease itself.
But there are other cancer protocols out there. These alternative cancer protocols have been designed by doctors as well as scientists in other fields. These protocols are based on evidence-based medicine as opposed to consensus-based medicine. The conventional medical model uses consensus-based medicine, which basically means that a group of people (usually people with a financial interest in the outcomes) got together and decided a particular treatment was best for everyone (regardless of the side effects, death rate, and quality of life issues caused by the “medication”). Consensus-based medicine is a lot like junior high in that the treatments that become the most popular aren’t the nicest, smartest, or the strongest. How they work, whether they work, what kinds of side effects and adverse effects they cause, and their actual utility in treating cancer is hard to verify through personal experience. Most people feel that if they look at the statistical data regarding cancer and conventional medical treatments that the statistics don’t match their personal experience in the real world. While the American Cancer Society claims that 63-70% of people with cancer who are treated with chemo, radiation, and surgery survive for at least 5 years, what they don’t tell you is that many of these people who survive are barely clinging to life. Personal experiences teaches us that. Indeed, conventional medicine patients are in debt up to their eyeballs following “treatment”. We can all attest to that through personal experience as well. But most importantly, we all fear cancer because we know it as a death sentence. Taking the conventional medicine route is a torture sentence that often leads eventually to death, usually as a result of side effects from the treatment. Most of us look around at the people we know who either have died or are still alive following cancer treatment with conventional medicine and our personal experiences tell us that the American Cancer Society’s statistics are incredibly 2-dimensional if not entirely false.
But conventional medicine is consensus-based, politically-based, and most importantly economically-based. Conventional medicine does not consider all of the research and science currently available on the topic of cancer. It doesn’t have to. The people who decide which treatments are best do so on the basis of profits and political popularity.
The cancer protocols offered in this book are based on the results obtained from research on groups of people. As such, they are all evidence-based. Some of them make use of conventional medical treatments. An example of an evidence-based treatment combined with a conventional medicine treatment is Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT). This therapy makes use of micro-doses of chemotherapy coupled with insulin therapy. The insulin carries the tiny doses of chemo directly to cancer cells and in this way, the therapy attempts to avoid killing healthy cells. For patients who are fearful about veering too far off the conventional medicine path, IPT is something to consider.
But for patients who have had plenty of personal experiences with cancer, enough experiences to know first-hand that surgery, chemo, and radiation are not the holy grail, there are many known cures available to choose from. For patients who choose this direction, healing can be like a journey and each patient can choose the path that resonates most with them.
As you design your path and decide which treatment to use for healing, it seems important to reiterate again that:
Most of the experts in cancer treatment agree that the treatment of cancer should be approached as a protocol.
In comparison with the conventional medicine treatments offered to cancer patients, many of the treatments outlined in this book are so simple, accessible, and affordable that it can be hard to believe that they could really work however this author has seen a number of these simple, affordable treatments cure cancer as well as candida, arthritis, and other diseases. And the research that led to the development of each treatment is often compelling. But finding the compelling research is difficult, because these days, it’s easy for certain (very wealthy) individuals, organizations, and corporations to pay writers to write a huge amount of copy that includes either false or misleading information in order to cover up science. The average non-scientist-patient who gets diagnosed with cancer only uses his scientific mind when doing Google searches. He/she looks for reliable Google results on a particular type of search (for example “prostate cancer”) instead of reading the actual scientific literature out there about prostate cancer. And even for the average patient who goes the distance and reads all the scientific research about prostate cancer, often the research must be vetted out carefully to determine whether it’s “real” or not. Studies can be fudged in a variety of intentional ways to get a certain desirable result that will support the use of a particular treatment that’s profitable for the group of people who funded the research. This book provides a short section about the politics around each cancer treatment to give patients a sense of how cancer has been turned into an industry that’s profitable to a select group of people.
Each treatment in this book includes a resources section where patients can go to find research and other materials that talk about the treatment. Some of the information is positive, some of it is negative. There are certain words that are used by the organizations that support conventional medicine’s Cancer Industry in particular the words unproven and unsafe. These words were carefully chosen because they put a spin on information without actually telling a lie. The word “unproven” does not mean the same thing as “disproven”. When you see this word in a Google search, note that “unproven” means that the treatment has not had the opportunity to be proven or disproven usually for lack of funds because funding agents who belong mostly to The Cancer Industry don’t want people to find out about it. The word “unsafe”, in contrast does not mean the same thing as “dangerous”. This word seems to imply that a particular treatment is “unsafe for the patient” when in fact, the word has to do with economics. In the book, World Without Cancer by G. Edward Griffin, the origin of the word “unsafe” and its actual meaning is fleshed out in court proceedings. Treatments that have been deemed “unsafe” are actually “unsafe to the giant pharmaceutical companies” because they threaten to take business away from the pharmaceutical companies should patients find out the treatments’ true value. Patients who would like to know more of the details of how The Cancer Industry has politically dodged so many cures for cancer and succeeded at misleading the public about conventional treatments should definitely read Griffin’s book cover-to-cover.
Finding the research that supports the cancer cures listed in this volume can be difficult for patients who don’t have access to a “gateway”. The gateway can be a book or the name of a scientist, a study, or a protocol that leads to other information that can be followed like a breadcrumb trail. At least, this technique of doing research and finding facts is still useful at the time of this writing. Most patients can decide for themselves whether a particular body of research and information seems trustworthy enough for them to follow it. But a lot of cancer patients don’t ever gain access to this information. For people who have not found a gateway to information about cancer cures yet, mundane searches on Google will yield only syndicated information put out there by The Conventional Medicine Machine.
Where to Start
Cancer patients who are eager to get started on the road back to health can begin with a cancer diet. There are a number of cancer diets to choose from. These diets vary considerably in terms the foods they include and the mechanisms by which they work to kill cancer. If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, or if you’re concerned about developing cancer, get started on a cancer diet right away. This will help you begin to rebuild your immune system and it will make your body less friendly to the cancer cells.
Next, you’ll need to consider what types of treatments appeal to you. You’ll also need to consider the prescription drugs you’re currently taking and the health issues you’re already battling and how these might interfere with, cancel out, or cause bad reactions if used with the treatments at this web site. The authors of this web site assumed that many of the readers have other health issues besides cancer. Since many of the treatments contained in this book target not just cancer, but also other chronic degenerative or infectious diseases, we’ve included a list of those diseases (in addition to cancer) that can be targeted by each treatment. As a result, a patient can design a treatment protocol for themselves that can help them battle not just cancer, but also arthritis, multiple sclerosis, ADHD, or cardiovascular disease among others.
There are a number of alternative and integrative cancer treatment facilities available throughout the world that offer treatment protocols other than the conventional radiation, chemo, and surgery. Some of these facilities are located in the United States, but many of them are abroad in other countries throughout the world. Treatment from these facilities ranges from $300 to $80,000. Many of them have a remarkably high cure rate, particularly for cancer patients who have not been exposed to the toxicities and trauma of surgery, chemo, or radiation. For patients who have been exposed to conventional medicine, the cure rate is still very hopeful in comparison with conventional treatments. Alternative cancer treatment facilities that advertise the various treatment modalities are listed whenever possible. Getting support at a natural cancer treatment facility can help patients feel more confident about their treatment strategy which can be important, though facility-based treatment isn’t always necessary in order for patients to survive and thrive after a diagnosis of cancer.
Many patients don’t have the funds to travel for treatment at a facility. For these patients, there are a number of at-home treatment options for cancer. Supplies for these protocols can be purchased online or at the health food store in some cases. Don’t let their simplicity and affordability deter you from them. One of the first cancer cures this author learned about was a weed (red clover) that grows in the author’s backyard. This herbal cancer treatment is powerful and effective and free to a large population of people in North America who don’t spray their lawns for weeds (because the insecticide would be toxic even if the red clover survived).
Once you’ve decided on a cancer diet, decide on a healing strategy that resonates with you. Choose treatments that won’t conflict with each other. Ideally, in fact, choose treatments that will complement and enhance each other. Read the research for each treatment you plan to use so that you can visualize how it is working on your body to cause your body to heal. It doesn’t matter whether you understand all the details at first, but by arming yourself with information from a variety of authors beyond just the information in this book, you’ll feel more confident about your choices. Confidence, in turn, along with a little bit of faith and intuition will help you weather some of the challenges you’ll certainly face in your healing process. For the people who heal from this disease, their healing journey rarely proceeds along a straight upward course. Often, there are setbacks and moments of extreme doubt. Stories of healing from cancer tend to highlight the surprising moments of hope-and-progress-against-all-odds. These stories focus on the doctor-antagonist who doubts the patient at every turn followed by incredible test results proving hope in a simple cure. But in between the excellent test results that prove the doctors wrong, each patient has days when he/she feels terrible and doubts the value of the treatment protocol they’ve committed to. It’s normal to have doubts, but more information can answer nagging questions and provide a strong psychological foundation for those treatments-for-which-the-doctor-doesn’t-approve.
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