Are we meeting a turning point? On which decision have you come up after reading the book?

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Re: Are we meeting a turning point? On which decision have you come up after reading the book?

Post by Sarah Tariq » 30 Jan 2019, 06:48

In my view, cancer is curable if properly treated and diagnosed at the early stage. I feel integrative medicine is the best way to cure cancer as it covers two treatment systems (allopathic and natural medicines). So patients can take the benefits of both.
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Post by cristinaro » 31 Jan 2019, 05:28

I'm convinced cancer is curable and it depends on every person to decide the kind of treatment s/he considers to work best for him/her. Anyway, complementary and alternative means of treatment are a very good option to conventional methods.
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Post by KSaxer » 01 Feb 2019, 14:16

It seems to me, based on what the Beljanski's promote, that the only true cure for cancer is to remove carcinogens from our environment. Once someone has cancer though it is only through a symbiotic relationship with conventional medicine and high quality environmental medicine that the symptoms and side effects can be managed into non-existence until the faulty gene is killed.

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Post by Susmita Biswas » 05 Feb 2019, 14:30

I think the book is exceptionally good because it can help so many people.

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Post by ZipIsHere » 06 Feb 2019, 14:46

At first when I didn't read this book. I thought Cancer couldn't be cured but
now I know that its just people being greedy and telling everyone "Oh this is a disease that can't be cured but we're looking anyway."
In reality, they do have the cure, they are just sucking as much money out of you as they can get.
But in other states, I do know they don't have the cure yet.

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Post by Firefawkes » 13 Feb 2019, 13:20

I believe that all cancers can be cured, but some may not be within acceptable risk. It is because of this that I believe that integrative medicine could be highly beneficial for the patient, because it does use proven methods to kill the cancerous cells, as well as methods to help support the patients body as a whole (considering the trauma it is being put through).
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Post by Shielasshi_93 » Yesterday, 23:37

As long they deliver good results, I think trying other methods is okay.

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