Beat Cancer : How to Regain Control of Your Health and Your Life Paperback
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, you want to do everything possible to beat the disease.
But with so much conflicting advice and so many options available, how do you decide on the best treatment plan for you?
In this major new book, Professor Jane Plant and Professor Mustafa Djamgoz present a clear and scientifically sound 10-step programme to help you beat cancer.
At a time when you may be feeling helpless and confused, this book provides the essential guidance you need to take control of your life and regain your health with targeted advice for specific cancers.
Included in the 10-step plan: Inform yourself: understand what cancer is, what causes it and how to avoid carcinogens; Choosing the right treatment: evidence-based advice on conventional and complementary therapies, including chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery and medication; Change your lifestyle: guidance on diet, exercise, reducing stress, relationships and other lifestyle factors that have a proven link with cancer.
Beat Cancer will help you prevent cancer, tackle your diagnosis and stay in remission.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 288 pages
- Publisher: Ebury Publishing
- Publication Date: 15/05/2014
- Category: Oncology
- ISBN: 9780091947958
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Review by wyvernfriend
Interesting premise but I'm just not quite convinced, the subtext seems to be that you made your cancer bed and you only have yourself to blame. Maybe it's just my issues creeping into my read of it. Like another reviewer I had issues with the shortness of the last chapter. This book would have been 4 star if it wasn't for the emphasis on UK medical help, the NHS etc, so for someone like me a lot of the advice was somewhat useless.I'm also of the opinion that there is no one size fits all diet. The vegan diet espoused in this may work for some but it may not for others and we need a lot more research to determine what's the best thing to do for everyone. I would say that it's worth a read but you need to read it carefully and separate theory from fact.