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  • Published: 24 April 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448146802
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 152

The Holistic Approach To Cancer

A guide to holistic therapy to complement orthodox cancer treatments.

When people are told they have cancer, they are apt to feel shocked, angry and frightened. They usually still have the idea that they have 'caught' a fatal disease, and, unless it has been found early on, that they will inevitably slip towards death within a measurable period of a few years or even a few months. Furthermore, most patients still think that only the doctors can help them, and tend to assume that even this help is regrettably limited. For most patients have not yet heard of a very different idea about the nature of cancer and its cure, which is now gaining ground.

You have been told that you have cancer. There is a great deal you can do to help yourself. You have a good chance of reversing your cancer. Take courage!

No one can promise a cure. What can be said is that a growing number of people have pulled themselves round by the methods described in this book, taking responsibility for their health upon themselves. This is not an alternative to orthodox therapy; it is complementary to it, and greatly enhances its effects. It is extending orthodox therapy into areas which it does not usually reach at present.

You can improve the quality of your life, and give the restorative healing forces a better chance to accomplish their task.

So get started on it right away.

  • Pub date: 24 April 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448146802
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 152

About the Author

Ian Pearce

Dr Pearce was educated at Lancing College, Trinity College, Oxford and the London Hospital. He qualified in 1939 and was a house physician at the London Hospital until he joined the RAFVR (Medical Branch) in 1940. Dr Pearce was mentioned in Despatches for services in malaria control in India, Burma and Malaya. He practised as a family doctor with the NHS from 1946 to 1979, during which time he developed, through experience, a conviction that it was essential to take a more holistic approach to all disease.
Since his retirement he became involved in the complementary treatment of cancer and was soon one of the leading specialists in this field. Dr Pearce has broadcast both on radio and TV, he has lectured in the UK and Ireland and in many parts of the world including South Africa, the USA and Canada. Dr Pearce died in 1987.

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