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Cancer Concerns von Xandria, Williams (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 01.01.2011
  • Verlag: Xandria Williams
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Cancer Concerns

This book is essential reading if you have cancer or if you wish to help people with cancer. In it, Xandria Williams presents a logical and scientifically grounded view of the way cancer develops, from the basic cellular changes up to the development of tumours and metastasis. This view is founded on the work of many eminent scientists, researchers, Nobel Prize winners and nominees, academic professors, doctors, CAM therapists and other clinicians, and is based on research and clinical experience that span over a hundred years. Although these people may come from different backgrounds, Xandria Williams is able to show that they are all essentially presenting some, or all, of the same concept of cancer genesis, hence her unified theory and the foundation of her suggestions. This concept of cancer genesis logically leads on to many powerful lifestyle changes and natural therapies that can be the basis of your own unique remission or recovery programm. Xandria Williams provides explanatins of the underlying biochemical and physiological changes that lead to cancer and builds all these ideas into a coherent whole. The knowledge that this informatin is there and available should give you greater confidence in the wisdom of following the ideas she presents. This is a carefully researched and well referenced book. It is an important read for anyone concerned about cancer in particular and their overall health in general, whether or not you choose to incorporate medical options into your therapy. It is the second book of her 'Cancer Quartet'

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Erscheinungsdatum: 01.01.2011
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9780956855213
    Verlag: Xandria Williams
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