I love you, my child. I love you.
I said [to it]. Kelly tells the stories of nine different survivors—not snippets like I have here, but detailed retellings of the how the individuals told their stories to her. Rather, she opens the door on a world that is unfamiliar to many, if not most, people who deal with cancer—whether they be patients or doctors or other caregivers. I interviewed Kelly on my radio show in Thank you so much for your wonderful post.
G-d bless Dr. Turner and Dr. I am 20 months into treatments for stage 4 papillary renal cancer.
It is metastatic to my lungs. I am 57 years old and in otherwise good health. Two weeks ago at my normal Dr visit, I told my Oncologist I wanted to take a shot at curing my incurable cancer. I told him I would only do it if he was on board to help me.
In her New York Times bestseller, Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds, Dr. Kelly A. Turner, founder of the Radical Remission Project. Join our community of patients, friends and family, health professionals, and Radical Remission survivors - when someone heals against all odds.
I love this guy, he is. He gave me a list of good and bad Vitamins and remedies and foods.
And in his opinion most important, is exersice based attempt to cure my cancer. I believe someone giving me your website was ment to be. I have stopped taking Votrient, which has been keeping my cancer from growing or spreading, to try this alternative for a cure. I welcome any thoughts or ideas on the best way to do this. Thank you for any input. Steve Miller. Hi Steve, I am glad you found our post on Radical Remission helpful.
And it is terrific that your oncologist is on board with your decision to take control. Here are some links to a couple of other things you may find useful to read:.
Exercise was an important part of what she did, but also diet, Reiki, and taking control. Worth a read.
Store Locations. A researcher in the field of Integrative Oncology reveals the nine keys to an unexpected remission from cancer that can occur either in the absence of conventional medicine, or after conventional medicine has failed. Kelly A.
Turner, founder of the Radical Remission Project, uncovers nine factors that can lead to a spontaneous remission from cancer-even after conventional medicine has failed. Since seven of the nine key factors Turner outlines in the book are emotional or spiritual in nature, you can implement all of these without interfering with conventional cancer treatments. The other two key factors changing your diet and taking herbs and supplements will require more individualized care plan.
You should seek guidance from a nutritional professional with expertise in oncology. Especially when you are supported by a group of other cancer thrivers who are working toward the same goals! I suggest you take a look at my blog post, Book Review: Cancer is a word not a Sentence here. She can be found at www. Lizzy Smith was diagnosed with myeloma in at age Within days, she left her job, ended her marriage, moved, and entered treatment. I received a Conquer Cancer scholarship to attend this conference.
The […]. Multiple Myeloma News. Daratumumab is now FDA approved in combination with lenalidomide and dexamethasone for newly diagnosed myeloma patients who are not eligible to receive a stem cell transplant. Daratumumab was approved in the fall of and has been a very effective addition to the myeloma drug arsenal for patients.
It was formerly approved for use after […]. Myeloma Clinical Trials. A phase II study is open evaluating how well daratumumab, ixazomib, and dexamethasone work with or without bortezomib in treating patients with newly diagnosed multiple myeloma. Please not that for one of the patient groups, it will use two different types of proteasome inhibitors in consecutive order. Her book outlines these nine factors, which are: Changing your diet Taking control of your health Following your intuition Using herbs and supplements Releasing suppressed emotions Increasing positive emotions Embracing social support Deepening your spiritual connection Having strong reasons for living Regarding the first factor changing your diet , the majority of people Turner studied greatly reduced or eliminated sugar, meat, dairy, and refined foods, and greatly increased fruit and vegetable intake, choose organic food, and drink filtered water.
Are There Shortcomings in the Research? Did she rule out that the remission was due to the conventional treatment as opposed to one of the nine key factors? Bottom Line for Cancer Thrivers Despite the fact I am not completely satisfied with the detailing of her research method and the extent to which she ruled out other possible cures, I would still recommend this book.