It’s just over a year since a good friend told us he was diagnosed with lung cancer. He has not been forgotten. As a lifelong fitness fan and non-smoker he was the last person you would expect to suffer from that horrendous disease.
Tragically three months after his diagnosis he passed away.
I now keep an eye out for anti-cancer information and pass it on. I’ve found an interesting book written by a Ph.D which contains independently verified information and meets The American Cancer Society (ACS) criteria by which mainstream and alternative cancer treatments are measured. They do this by asking three questions:
- Has the method been objectively demonstrated in the peer-reviewed scientific literature to be effective?
- Has the method shown potential for benefit that clearly exceeds the potential for harm?
- Have objective studies been correctly conducted under appropriate peer review to answer these questions?
The author believes his information meets these criteria. So I’d recommend you seriously consider looking further into this new information.
You can find more about the book HERE.