Full steam ahead against cancer
If you have picked up this book, then cancer has caught your attention. Perhaps you yourself are affected by cancer, or one of your loved ones. You may be wondering what you can do to prevent cancer.
This book helps make cancer beatable.
There are very many things you can – or must – do to prevent cancer and to recover from it. A healthy diet and lifestyle, preparing well for treatment, making the right choice of supplementary nutrients… This book contains the basic information you need.
All the information it presents on complementary methods for cancer is based exclusively on validated scientific research. Find out how you can reduce or avoid the side effects of drugs, chemo or radiotherapy, make your body more resilient, and make your treatment more effective.
Cancer is a complex disease, but with the right approach you can get through it.
The treatment prescribed by your doctor always comes first. But don’t let a single opportunity for a new, healthy future go to waste.
That choice is yours.
Don’t hesitate, go full steam ahead in your fight against cancer.
This book contains all the information you need to do it.
It’s your guide and your compass, but most of all your friend.
Addendum for doctors and care providers
Scientific research shows that complementary therapies based on healthy dietary and lifestyle factors can optimise cancer treatment and positively influence both quality of life and prognoses. They are more than just complementary – they are an essential part of treatment.
Our basic book ‘Full steam ahead against cancer: What you can do to aid your own recovery’ familiarises patients with these methods, so that they themselves can make an active contribution to their recovery.
As practitioners, doctors are the right people to advise patients and guide them in the use of supportive therapies.
‘Full steam ahead against cancer: Addendum for doctors and care providers’ goes deeper into the impact of nutritional supplements on conventional treatment. It contains scientifically supported information on the mechanisms by which nutrients produce their effects and on potential interactions with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or immunotherapy. It also offers practical guidelines for the use of supplements before, during and/or after treatment. With the knowledge in this book, you can work with your patients to optimise their treatment and increase their chances of recovery.