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R. Webster Kehr is an ex-Marine and Viet Nam veteran, and the father of 7 children. He served for two years as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and graduated twice from Brigham Young University, once in mathematics and once in accounting. He is the author of many physics and mathematics papers, and is the publisher of www.cancertutor.com.
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» Introduction to Alternative Cancer Treatments
Published 8/24/2004 | Cancer | Unrated

Cancer Treatment Alternatives - a series of articles on what to look for in alternative therapies

Suppose two men go to the same doctor on the same day. Suppose the doctor runs some tests and several days later calls both of them back into his office (with their wives) and separately announces to each of them that they have Stage 3 pancreatic cancer. Both men are given between 9 and 15 months to live.

One of the key purposes of this article is to convince people to study alternative cancer treatments before they are diagnosed with cancer.

In other words, your best chance of survival is to study natural medicine for yourself, and totally avoid the orthodox treatments of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.

Please take an hour of your time to read this article about some of the evidence for alternative cancer treatments. Then you can decide for yourself whether my advice is good.