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Cancer! Or shall we say, “Big C”. A word so menacing by definition, the thought of it alone sends most into a mental state of dis-ease. Typically, those whom turn to Leisa Dargis (stage 4 cancer survivor) for advice are still in shock and this is understandable.
DO NOT PANIC! The problem with cancer is that no single therapy is likely to cure it and no single combination therapy is going to be successful with all cancer sufferers. Cancer is a systemic disease — an umbrella label given to an array of diseases that have uncontrolled cellular proliferation in common. Only “whole body” treatment programs can be effective. Whole body treatments include diet and lifestyle changes, nutritional supplementation, detoxification and stress management. Conventional treatments should not be completely dismissed and are highly recommended when there is a medical emergency.
Leisa highly recommends seeking a holistic health practitioner/nutritionist who can analyze your current lifestyle and perform test to see where you are deficient. A personalized diet and treatment program can then be set into action.When you are diagnosed with cancer, you need to construct a specific treatment program tailored to your unique biological and psychological profile. We are each unique individuals, so your treatment program should also be unique. Our biological and psychological similarities will mean that all treatment programs will have certain foundation factors in common.
The majority of newly diagnosed cancer patients go into a panic mode and unquestioningly opt for the treatment offered to them by their oncologist. With just a little investigation it would be found that this choice is not statistically in their best interest.