Best Breast Cancer Course of Action?
by David Hirst
My sister has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy removing a 60mm tumor. The cancer has spread to 5 out of 7 lymph nodes and the oncologist is suggesting a CAT scan to see if the cancer has spread and further surgery, plus a round of Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy.
She is not on medication and is relatively fit and active. She has in the past 3 weeks adopted a totally organic diet, Maple Syrup & Bicarbonate of Soda, vitamin D 10,000 IU daily, exercise and broccoli soup and supplements.
Is there anything else she could or should do? There seems to be so many alternative clinics around offering all kinds of treatments but we can't really find many in the UK and we would love to know and contact similar people who have had successful alternative treatments to this type of cancer.
At present she is reluctant to follow the conventional route of treatment.
Please could you advise or give us contacts to useful specialists/trials.
Hello David, and thanks for your question regarding natural breast cancer remedies and treatments.
Firstly, I recommend that you read about this natural cancer treatment protocol. It can easily be adopted along side of what your sister is already doing without any harm... Stunning Natural Cancer Cure.
Secondly, I would recommend she has a look at a website called cancertutor.com
which is run by renowned cancer researcher and my friend Webster Kehr. Webster and his research team really know what they're talking about when it comes to successfully treating cancer. You can also contact them directly about any of the protocols they suggest. The only down side is there is a lot of information on their site and it can become a bit overwhelming. Our own "stunning natural cancer cure" that I recommend you read about is based on one of their protocols, but simplified. It's one of the best treatments around in my opinion.
So have a look at our protocol and check out Webster's website. There's a lot of good information there.
Hope this helps you and your sister David.
All the best to you,