Radical Remission – Surviving Cancer Against All Odds

This book by Kelly A. Turner, Ph.D. is a New York Times Bestseller that will open the eyes of 51bJIaRZbrL._SX330_BO1,204,203,200_anyone who suffers with, or because of, cancer.

As a counselor at a major cancer research institution, Dr. Turner stumbled upon a case of cancer that was cured after the doctors had given up. That discovery got her to digging and what she found was unbelievable to her at first, until she discovered that numerous such cases were written up in medical journals and quietly shelved.

This book reveals that cancer can be cured and gives direct insight into how many cases of cancer have been cured, without the helpful tyranny of the medical profession. I mean no disrespect for the medical profession, but the facts I’ve discovered since encountering internal cancer for the third time clearly demonstrates that healing cancer is either a weakness or a politically correct position of that esteemed profession.

Radical Remission reveals that cancer is not difficult to treat, even without professional medical help. This book is one of many that I have read recently that drives this point home.

I highly recommend reading this book, as well Unknownas The Cancer Answer by Albert Carter (also watch his YouTube Video by the same name) before you or a loved one submit to any medical treatment for cancer. At the very least the information in these books will empower you with questions to ask your doctor, that will enable you to determine his/her level of expertise in treating cancer.

Chicken Soup for the Surviving Soul

Having recently come across some promotional  material from Jack Canfield, one of the authors of this book, I was convinced that it was worth my time, so I ordered Chicken Soup for the Surviving Soul as well as Chicken Soup for the Soul.

Just in case you are as ignorant as I was about these books, they are great! Chicken Soup for the Surviving Soul is a collection of “101 Healing Stories of Courage and Inspiration.” The stories are truly touching. The book is very well written.

Most of the stories are about people battling cancer. In addition to the most excellent stories, the stories reveal the uninformed mindset of the medical profession and their patients concerning cancer. This is the same innocent ignorance that I had when I was first diagnosed with cancer in 1997 (see the beginning of my story on my 3 Cancer Battles Page). My story there is a work in progress, so stay tuned.

For anyone who loves human interest stories, this book is a must read, even if you don’t have cancer. It is about courage and determination. It will inspire you! With its short story format, it is easy to read just one or two stories a day, if you can pull yourself away from the book.

I am still waiting for Chicken Soup for the Soul  to arrive.