Healing Cancer

November 21st, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Hundreds of approaches to curing cancer exist. In my opinion many of them work or help greatly. This page contains a list of resources discussing cancer cures.

This is not the first, nor the last, nor the best page on the Internet with cancer healing resources. Pages like these are important, they could help those with limited time or suffering illness, or their loved ones who are doing research, this is my small contribution to hopefully point you in a helpful direction.

I am will add more to the list below when I come across good resources. This page is a work in progress. I appreciate the help of all my friends who have contributed ideas and links to this page.Visit often and contribute to this page often. If you know of a good resource please contact me. I want more than just ideas, I want links to resources, text documents, book ideas etc.

Here are some links for natural cancer treatment options:

Good Web Sites Concerning Cancer Treatment (all you have to do is read, then follow your gut):

Books recommended by friends for this page:
http://www.amazon.com/Natural-Strategies-Patients-Russell-Blaylock/dp/0758202210/ – good book
Cancer — Step Outside the Box by Bollinger

-knowledge is power-

Updated 11/12/2011

  1. February 5th, 2011 at 08:39 | #1

    I found this soft laser site interesting it has extensive information on Royal Rife and his technology.

  2. October 24th, 2011 at 06:25 | #2

    Thanks.. send me a message using the contact form plz, I’ll be happy to add more links to Rife resources (there are many so called Rife machines out there) In reality there was only one Rife machine which he developed, all the newer ones are inspired by Rife. Read what others that used Rife machines said before you purchase any specific one. Checkout CureZone and ask questions there, they have a Rife discussion section. I heard the good ones are pricey. There are many other things you can do besides Rife that are more affordable. Also remember to do everything and as many things as you can, not just one thing.

  1. No trackbacks yet.