Suzanne Somers’ book shares groundbreaking cancer prevention and care KNOCKOUT Provides Something All Who Are Touched By Cancer Need – HOPE . 3 Nov In Knockout, Suzanne Somers interviews doctors who are successfully using the most innovative cancer treatments–treatments that build up. Suzanne Somers: Hello Michael let’s talk about your approach to treating people with are two types of cancer patients some want to choose.
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In case there are any journalists who might be interviewing Somers and are interested in more than a puff piece that lets her promote her book, I list a whole bunch of posts that have discussed the rank pseudoscience that is the Gonzalez protocol because, as many of you have figured out, I’m never satisfied with a hammer to smack down a form of woo when xuzanne nuclear is so much more fun:.
I also don’t want to under estimate how much it probably scared her. I wonder why is is capitalized. knockokt
There would be nothing it could do about it. Otherwise, it would not have been a misdiagnosis. After reading stunning testimonials from inspirational survivors using alternative treatments, you’ll be left with a feeling of empowerment and something every person who is touched by this disease needs I can’t recommend this book highly enough. Yes, valley fever can sometimes be a bad disease in immunocompetent hosts, but being immunocompromised for whatever reason is still a significant risk factor for disseminated disease or the reactivation of quiescent disease.
Then one morning I saw her on the Today show and she was talking about how one morning she woke up and was covered in a rash and couldn’t breathe. Otis Brawley, the organization’s chief medical officer. Sure it might be “easier” to submit to some treatment–allopathic or alternative–for a fixed period of time and then return to your bar-be-cued beast and dirty martinis when your condition is in “remission” rather than make a lifetime commitment to organic produce, daily juicing, and adequate sleep, but life isn’t always easy.
Ignore the fact that it’s written by Suzanne Somers, if that bothers you, but I guarantee that she’s no dumb blonde. Before the advent of SLN biopsy, the standard of care was to do an axillary dissection removal of all the lymph nodes under the arm on the side of the tumor in order to determine if and how many of the lymph nodes are positive for cancer. The Birth of Big Business and cancer is very big business indeed!
I feel knocklut eyes have been opened and I feel empowered. Regardless of what you think of Suzanne Somers Gorski’s full information can be found herealong with information for patients.
Suzanne Somers’ Knockout: Dangerous misinformation about cancer (part 1) – Science-Based Medicine
Her book is an attempt to provide readers with the fact that there are options and that these options can and do work. Slightly off-topic, but still in the cancer ballpark. In this case, I don’t actually blame Somers all that much for her misunderstanding, because it is a very common misunderstanding that clearly derives from aomers misunderstanding of the difference between using chemotherapy for primary treatment of cancer versus adjuvant treatment of cancer.
Why didn’t all those supplements ward off the fungus? That’s a bit hard to believe. And the other pharma companies?
Somers was treated with conventional cancer treatment, and has since eschewed conventional treatment in favor of somfrs treatment. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. You might think that the book is full of information from “quacks”, however the doctors that she interviewed for the book seem legitimate; most of them I got halfway through this book.
Most likely, if this was indeed metastatic breast cancer, an oncologist would have chosen to treat Somers first with an anti-estrogen drug, probably an aromatase inhibitor no tamoxifen if she had blood clots causing that much trouble!
It’s incredibly hard at this point not to go even beyond Mark Crislip-grade acid sarcasm at the arrogance of ignorance on display.
This book has honestly changed the way I look at my health and healthcare. Suzane, this bad timing appears to have had no effect whatsoever on the publicity blitz of an actress who every day tries to live down to the character she played on Three’s Company back in the s or on the questions asked of her by interviewers.
Take a look at these two out of several risk factors for the most severe form of coccidioidomycosis:. In a perfect world, patients would be presented with full information on the risks and benefits of their various treatment options, allowing each person to make a judgment call based on how they personally value those risks and benefits — something which legitimately varies from person to person.
So she believes in ‘natural’ treatments: But not to the extent or in the ways you’re proposing.
I mean, doesn’t that make sense? The reason I say that is because Somers goes on and xomers, mainly in interviews but also in the book, about how, over six days, doctors told her she needed chemotherapy.
After reading stunning testimonials from inspirational survivors using alternative treatments, you’ll be left with a feeling of empowerment and something every person who is touched by this disease needs…HOPE.
Let’s get one thing straight here. Most often these parts include the skin, bones, liver, brain, heart, and the membranes that protect the brain and spinal cord meninges. Certainly I’d wonder about that.
The beauty of this book is the emphasis on choosing the treatment suxanne that you can believe in and the presentation of doctors who are having success with alternative approaches to treating cancer After reading the first quarter of this book I wondered how I could recommend this book to anyone who has elected to receive conventional treatment for cancer.
Since the purpose of axillary dissection was far more diagnostic to find out if the lymph nodes are contain tumor and, if so, how manythis is a good knockou.