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Overcoming Cancer

Kelly Turner, PhD, has written a book called "Radical Remission:  Surviving Cancer Against All Odds", reflecting her research on over 1000 people who have overcome cancer.  She authored a blog-post called "10 Things I Learned About Living From Studying People Who Almost Died" that we should all read, probably several times over.  The significance of the post is that it summarizes key things that Dr. Turner learned were common factors among those she studied that had overcome cancer.  A couple of the items were of particular interest to me, and one was that they had all done things to help their systems eliminate toxins.  Remember that 90-95% of cancer is due to environment and lifestyle.  Another one was that after their diagnosis they made an effort to "follow their dreams", which lead them to "pack as much passion and purpose" into their days as possible.  Those are just two of the ten things she mentions, so please do read her post for the rest.  What is indeed empowering for all of us is that people do overcome catastrophic illness.  Not everyone does, of course, and most of us have lost loved ones to illness, but perhaps we can dramatically improve our odds should we be faced with serious illness by learning from those who have survived.  We can also use this information as prevention.
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