Outside the Box Cancer Therapies
Alternative Therapies That Treat and Prevent Cancer
This is the sixth book in our Conquering Cancer series. It’s a great overview of the importance of an integrative oncological approach written by two naturopathic medical doctors with over 40 years of combined clinical experience and a ton of experience researching and teaching these principles to other medical professionals and their patients. It’s almost encyclopedic in its analysis of “outside the box cancer therapies” and the kind of book you wish you could instantly download into your traditional oncologist’s brain for a quick introduction to how a powerful integrative approach works. Big Ideas we explore include defining “integrative oncology,” looking at the root causes of cancer (and integrating conflicting theories), the philosophy of integrative medicine, strategic considerations for your cancer plan and the importance of “secondary prevention.”
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“We consider it critically important to provide you, the reader, with the best that integrative oncology has to offer. Our observation is that only bits and pieces of credible integrative oncology information are available. We have resolved that problem by putting it into one resource.
Outside the Box Cancer Therapies is a comprehensive guidebook designed to help patients and their doctors navigate the most effective nutritional and holistic cancer therapies available today. Conventional medical specialties such as oncology are highly technical and specific in their training and with the therapies that are used. In the modern system, no physician can know everything, but in the world of cancer and integrative care, often the feeling ‘if I didn’t learn it in my residency, it must not be good therapy’ prevails. This can encompass simple things such as nutritional therapies or more complex ones such as the large world of integrative oncology. We aim to provide you and your doctors with the details you need to begin using these lifesaving protocols starting today.”