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Beating Cancer with Nutrition: Combining the Best of Science and Nature for Full Spectrum Healing in the 21st Century

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2003

    It helped cure my cancer

    I purchased the book in 1997 when I was diagnosed with stage IV Non Hodgkins Lymphoma and the diet combined with other nutritional guides and my faith cured my cancer without any chemo or radiation. I changed all my products from my kitchen to the bathroom and my dressing table.

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2004

    A light of hope

    The book Beating Cancer with Nutrition: Combining the Best of Science and Nature for Full Spectrum Healing in the 21st Century can be helpful in the battle with cancer. The prevention and treatment of cancer and the other harmful diseases depends on the understanding of the universe because life is evolution of the cosmos at atomic scales. Eugene Savov¿s theory of interaction discovers the hierarchical 3D-spiral fabric of reality and its universal properties. The theory of interaction explains the mysterious mechanisms of pattern formation and self-organization at every scale and complexity. This qualitatively new knowledge is essential for the progress in the notoriously difficult field of cancer research. The discovered complete understanding of the universe shows that we are made of atomic size stars and so we have enormous resources to wage a battle for our health.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2003

    Excellent book with lots of information

    I bought this book for a friend whose daughter is battling osteosarcoma (bone cancer). The book backed up information she had received from a highly respected nutritionist and supplemented that information as well. My friend said the book really helped her understand what the nutritionist was saying and why. She found the CD ROM helpful too and handy while spending a lot of hours waiting in doctor's offices.

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