Surviving the Unsurvivable: Natural Therapies for Cancer, a Revolutionary Integrative Approach

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In his new book, Dr. Pavel Yutsis offers an original breakthrough theory he has developed about cancer. His theory maintains that cancer is a well-connected whole-body disease linked to lifestyle, diet, age, and how the different body systems function. Dr. Yutsis has identified ten specific factors, including genetics, sugar, obesity, stress, and toxins, that make it easier for cancer to get a foothold. He calls these elements cancer connections because they create an environment in the body that allows cancer to...

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Overview

In his new book, Dr. Pavel Yutsis offers an original breakthrough theory he has developed about cancer. His theory maintains that cancer is a well-connected whole-body disease linked to lifestyle, diet, age, and how the different body systems function. Dr. Yutsis has identified ten specific factors, including genetics, sugar, obesity, stress, and toxins, that make it easier for cancer to get a foothold. He calls these elements cancer connections because they create an environment in the body that allows cancer to become more aggressive and tougher to combat. How each of these ten cancer connections is counterbalanced by the doctor's highly effective brand of integrative medicine is discussed in detail.

Dr. Yutsis talks about the conventional trio of treatments-surgery, chemo, and radiation, accompanied by nutritional/supplement strategies that help reduce their side effects-and he concludes that these treatments are both useful and useless. He then addresses what he firmly believes are far better options for anyone struggling with cancer-the powerful, safe, integrative treatments combining conventional and alternative methods that he uses in his complementary practice, methods he first encountered when training in his native Russia where whatever helped was considered appropriate treatment. This was not the case when he came to the United States because American medicine was then primarily focused on new drugs and high-tech diagnostic and surgical techniques. Although these methods can often be critically important, he found they did little to improve the overall survival rate from cancer, while his growing field of integrative/complementary medicine that combines conventional treatments with alternative approaches has delivered positive results in combating cancer. The doctor emphasizes that he and his colleagues in this field constitute a new breed of doctors you can turn to for effective help.

Dr. Yutsis wrote this book, he says, to make people with cancer more aware of how the benefits of this complementary route can help them survive the seemingly unsurvivable disease of cancer. Anyone searching for answers beyond traditional mainstream approaches with questionable outcomes will be smart to investigate the methods reviewed in this important new book by a proven master in his field.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591203025
  • Publisher: Basic Health Publications, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/28/2012
  • Pages: 246
  • Sales rank: 1,387,152
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface: It's the Twenty-first Century-Why Is Cancer Still with Us? v

Prologue: Cancer and Its Multiple Connections 1

Part 1 The Conventional Trio of Treatments

1 Surgery, Chemo, Radiation 25

2 Reduce Side Effects with Nutritional Strategies 43

Part 2 Powerful and Safe Integrative and Alternative Treatments

3 Why Alternative Therapies Work 67

4 Insulin Potentiation Therapy-Tough Insulin, Gentle Chemo 83

5 Immunotherapy and Cancer Vaccines 101

6 Oxidative Therapies-Oxygen in Action 119

7 Off-Label Use of Drugs 137

8 Natural Substances Fight Cancer with a Vengeance 155

Part 3 Essential Adjuncts: Detox, Diet and Stress-Relieving Programs

9 Cancer Connection 9-Toxins and How to Get Rid of Them 187

10 Addressing the Stress Connection 211

Conclusion: The Cancer Connections-Blueprint for the Future 223

References 228

Resources 234

Index 236

About the Authors 246

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