Nobody wants to hear the “C” word. Fear grips most people with the thought of it. Because of this, chemo, radiation and surgery aren’t even debated. But in the event somebody doesn’t want to do conventional treatment, how does one know what they should or should not do? Cancer takes a lifetime to develop and you don’t just stumble upon it. For this reason, prevention truly is the key. Understanding the immune response and knowing the why behind the cancer is the start to our approach. Don’t let genetics be the excuse. There is always a reason.
Nobody wants to hear the “C” word. Cancer is unfortunately on its way to overtaking heart disease as the #1 killer in the US. Without an understanding of cancer prior to hearing a diagnosis, decision making can become reactionary and solely based on fear. The reality that cancer is so common should not come as a surprise, but it does require a diligent mindset and approach, whether it is breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, brain cancer or any other type.