BEATING THE ODDS
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An introduction to beating cancer by altering the biochemical environment of your body through nutrition.
Keep it simple: five basic rules of cancer recovery and survival: diet, stress control, exercise, detoxification, and spiritual, emotional and psychological healing.
The newly diagnosed cancer patient is often swamped with conflicting information; the 5 Rules offer a basic starting point.
First Aid for advanced cancer.
Details of nutritional supplements, suppliers, products, and recipes.
Addresses of English speaking doctors, nutritionists and clinics offering complementary and alternative immunotherapeutic approaches to cancer. Also includes cancer support and information organisations, international orthomolecular affiliates, and laboratories which can test for individual biochemical profiles.
Non-toxic complementary therapies: Alcohol therapy, Anti Angiogenic therapy, Anti-Neoplastons therapy, Cryosurgery, Coley's Toxins, Gerson therapy, Heat therapy, High-dose Intravenous Vitamin C therapy, Hoxsey's Herbs, Immuno Placental Therapy/VG-1000 (Govallo's Vaccine), Immunotherapy, Kelley's Metabolic Typing therapy, Melatonin, Nucleic Acids (2LC1 and 2LCL1), Pectin Fibre, Photo Dynamic therapy, Poly MVA, TVZ-7 Lymphocyte Treatment, Ukrain, Vitamin D Analogue therapy, and, for Brain Tumours, Boron Neutron Capture therapy, Radiotherapy, and Proton Beam therapy. There is also a short section on coping with the diagnosis interview, and instructions on administering Coffee Enemas.
An essential reading list, including therapies, regimes, healthy eating, spiritual, emotional and psychological healing, and internet links to useful sites.
Do you have multiple myeloma? If so you can help us to understand more about this cancer by filling in our questionnaire, which we hope will be able to assist research into this difficult form of cancer.
A paper from Chan & Blackburn outlining the benefits of TPN for treating malnutrition and cachexia as adjunctive treatment in cancer, and post-operatively.
A paper from RECNAC on the use of intravenous ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) as a chemotherapeutic and biologic response modifying agent.
Orthomolecular Oncology is a UK registered charity, no. 1078066.
Orthomolecular Oncology's aim is to empower cancer patients, educate and inform patients and their physicians of the varied treatments available for cancer treatment throughout the world, and thereby influence cancer survival rates in Europe. To this end we want to publish the Beating the Odds guide and distribute it throughout Europe, so that it will be available free of charge in all doctors' surgeries and cancer units, in several major languages.
Orthomolecular Oncology aims also to make a film and video, demonstrating the more integrated approach to cancer treatment in a North American clinical setting, aimed at both oncologists and patients, which will be marketed in French, German, Spanish and Japanese, as well as English. If successful, this video may be the first in a series on more integrated approaches to cancer.
Orthomolecular Oncology will also endeavour to set in motion an ongoing European programme of seminars and conferences on adjuvant nutrition in cancer, to equal that currently extant in the States and Canada, which now dates back over 25 years.
In the long term, Orthomolecular Oncology would also like to help establish a Chair of Orthomolecular Medicine at a major British or European University.
If you would like to help the work of this Charity, your donation would be a valuable help towards achieving these aims. We hope shortly to set up an on-line donation facility, but until then please contact Orthomolecular Oncology by email: [email protected], or write or send your donation to:
Contributions of £250 and above may qualify for the Inland Revenue Gift Aid Scheme, which would enable Orthomolecular Oncology to recover an additional sum. Since April 2000, all donations made by UK taxpayers, no matter how small, will get tax relief under the Gift Aid Scheme.
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