This book had a huge impact on me as I came to grips with my own cancer diagnosis. It provides real statistical data, and how some of the information that is out in the public about cancer treatments can be misleading. It helped me as I was deciding what my own treatment would be, to know what the statistics really are. To know that when we want to survive, we want every little bit of improved outcome - and that much of that improved outcome can come from other sources (diet, immunotherapy, alternative treatment).
This book is eye opening, and a little scary. It's not for the faint of heart. But it can be empowering as well. You feel better about your decisions, and you feel empowered to do something about fighting cancer, rather than feeling helpless.
Cancer is a journey of many years. At any time in that process, if you can find a copy of this book, I highly recommend reading it.
For your convenience, I've added a link. This book was published a while ago, so if the link doesn't work, do a quick search, you may find a used copy.
Find it on amazon.
- Written by an expert on statistics, it shows how data in the cancer industry is often manipulated to show increased benefit while minimizing risk for certain conventional cancer treatments
- Compares research in alternative cancer treatments using the same data analysis used to compare conventional cancer treatments
- Provides insights into statistically significant cancer research data, and includes research that has tried to duplicate (or debunk) findings for more natural cancer treatments.