What do you do if you are diagnosed with cancer? The temptation to do what your orthodox doctor advises is great. However this book explains very simply and directly why that may not be a good idea. This book discusses the two different explanations of what cancer is and what the problems are with the orthodox treatments. What does it really mean to cure cancer? Jonathan Chamberlain answers this question and then provides an overview of the strategies that different alternative therapies use - some can be done simultaneously while some are in conflict. There are emotional/mental strategies; whole body strategies and specifically anti-tumour strategies. This book is a quick overview of the field and designed to be read by people facing a decision and who need their information to be direct without hectoring. That is what this book provides. It is supported by a companion book Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guide which is designed for those who want more information about the whole field of cancer including issues relating to politics and cancer research.
Jonathan Chamberlain (Biography)
Jonathan Chamberlain has written a large number of books but is mainly known as the author of Fighting Cancer: A Survival Guide (Headline 1996). This book has been updated (2006) and now weighs in at 150,00 words. Plans are being made to republish the book Under the title: Cancer: The Complete Recovery Guide. Until then it is available as an ebook from Jonathan's website www.fightingcancer.com . The book provides a critical evaluation of mainstream medicine and cancer research before providing a full description of all the anti-cancer therapies available in the area of alternative medicine. Among his other books is Chinese Gods, an exploration of Chinese folk religion through a detailed analysis of some of the main folk deities. Jonathan currently lives in Brighton, England.