Beating Crazy Odds - A Powerful Cancer Survival Guide is written by lung cancer survivor Michael Lloyd, who beat a 1.2% survival rate and teaches other cancer patients how he did it. The book is filled with powerful mind/body/spirit exercises and techniques that complement conventional treatments to help patients increase their odds for success.
Endorsed by a Senior Physician at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, author Lloyd augments what the doctors tell you with critical information they don't tell you.
The body reacts to our state of mind. By taking a pro-active approach, patients learn how to minimize stress, dispose of fear and stay positive in the face of adversity to help the body heal. They will also learn how to create custom breathing and visualization techniques to help shrink tumors by directing the mind, body and spirit to clean and clear specific areas where the tumors exist.
Engaging patients in the healing process not only increases the effectiveness of their conventional treatments but also empowers patients with the skills and knowledge needed to prevent the illness from returning.
It's a must read for anyone fighting cancer.
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About the Author
I am very lucky to have survived such a severe case of lung cancer but it was not by accident. Without a clear path to follow, I had to search through a great deal of material and pull from a variety of sources to assimilate knowledge and develop the skills that I needed to survive.
As I overcame the illness and returned to the cancer center for checkups, I would speak to other patients and family members, explaining what I did, in addition to the chemotherapy and radiation. I cannot begin to express the look in their eyes as they hung on every word. They were starving for direction and extremely grateful to receive advice from a survivor.
It was through these experiences that I realized what I had to offer, not only in the way of hope, but with specific techniques and exercises to help others heal. So I decided to write my first book on the subject, How to Survive Lung Cancer - A Practical 12-Step Plan, published in 2007. Since that time, I have been asked by a number of patients and professionals to expand the book in order to benefit not just lung cancer patients but all cancer patients.
Throughout this period, I also coached individuals and family members with various types of cancer who contacted me for additional help. I co-authored papers with doctors at the University of Virginia and have been asked to speak on several occasions, leading to extended Q&A sessions. The feedback I received helped me to write this new book and teach all cancer patients more clearly how to beat the odds and live a much healthier life, filled with love and joy.