Gill says, 'This is one of the very few books about cancer that has the 'feel-good' factor. The author' s wife died of cancer ª ª õ ªø or rather, from medical treatment for cancer ª ª õ ªø before he discovered how many people had healed cancer using gentle approaches.' Jonathan Chamberlain was spurred on to a journey in search of alternative methods of overcoming cancer, having watched his wife suffer and eventually die - both from her cancer and from the direct effects of the orthodox treatments she had undergone. In Cancer Recovery Guide
he presents fifteen simple, practical strategies people have successfully used for becoming well again. These strategies are grouped into three families: those relating to the mind and the emotions (did you know that stress make cancers more aggressive?); those relating to the health of the whole body (cancer cannot survive in a tissue environment that is truly healthy); and those that focus on directly attacking the cancer tumours. The personal stories cited throughout the book testify to the curative possibilities of the strategies presented. 174pp, 139mm x 216mm, Paperback, 2008
to read an extract from this book.
to visit Jonathan Chamberlain's website, which features a free interactive cancer orientation course.