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Lung cancer

MagazineMay 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 2)Lung cancer

A reader's friend has been recently diagnosed with lung cancer

A reader's friend has been recently diagnosed with lung cancer. She has been told it is inoperable and is just starting chemotherapy. Do readers know of any natural methods that might help her?

Vitamin C therapy

One natural treatment that a couple of readers recommend is intravenous vitamin C therapy. "This treatment saturates the body with high concentrations of vitamin C at regular intervals," says Christine, "and according to some recent cautious research papers I have read, kills many types of cancer cells." One place offering this type of therapy is the Dove Clinic, based in Twyford and London. See www.doveclinic.com for more information.

Gerson diet

Another reader suggests trying the Gerson diet. "It seems to make sense that the nourishment you give your body can have an effect on tumour growth," she says. There's lots of information available on this nutritional therapy on the Net - or you could invest in a book on the subject, such as The Gerson Therapy, by Charlotte Gerson and Morton Walker (Kensington Publishing, 2001).

Recommended resources

Another book that may be able to help is Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Your Body But So Far Nobody's Been Able To Tell You, by Chris Thomas and Diane Baker (Capall Bann Publishing, 2004). According to Christina, this is an excellent source of information for any illness. "It gives lots of nutritional advice as well as a good human biology lesson," she says. "Also, if you get stuck, you can contact the authors for advice, or, if necessary, make an appointment."

Several websites are also recommended this week: www.healthcreation.co.uk, www.iconmag.co.uk and www.survivingcancerandchemo.com may be worth a look.

E-news broadcast 14 March 2007 No.341


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