This book confronts you with a radically new understanding of cancer - one that outdates the current cancer model. On average, the conventional approaches of killing, cutting or burning cancerous cells offer most patients a remission rate of merely 7%, and the majority of the few survivors are "cured" for just five years or less. The prominent cancer researcher and professor at the University of California (Berkeley), Dr. Hardin Jones, stated: "Patients are as well, or better off, untreated." Any published success figures in cancer survival statistics are offset by equal or better scores among those not receiving any treatments. More people are killed by the treatments than saved.
Cancer is Not a Disease shows you why regular cancer treatments can be fatal, what actually causes cancer, and how you can remove the obstacles that prevent the body from healing itself. Cancer is not an attempt on your life; to the contrary, cancer is trying to save it. Unless we change our perception of what cancer really is, it will continue to threaten the life of nearly one out of every two people. This book opens a door for those who wish to turn feelings of victimhood into empowerment and self-mastery, and disease into health.
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In all my many years of practising medicine I have never come across such profound understanding of what cancer is and why people develop it. More importantly, when I read this book, I instantly lost my own fear of cancer and any other illness, and I now know what I need to do to support my body in its natural effort to heal. Nearly everything I have learned duing the past 24 years of working in the medical field, I must now relearn, and with Moritz's incredible insights and understanding of health and illness, I am willing to do so. It makes such a difference to realize that we don't need to fight or suppress symtoms anymore, and that healing occurs automatically once we help the body do what it is meant to do. If you suffer from cancer, or have a friend or loved one who does, this is a must read! A true eye-opener I have not come across before.