"The Independent Consumer's Guide to Alternative and Non-Toxic Treatment & Prevention" by Ralph Moss, PhD
(Take a look at Moss' website for lots more information)www.ralphmoss.com or see links section on this site.)
"Breast Cancer: What You Should Know But May Not Have Been Told About Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment" by Steve Austin, ND and Cathy Hitchcock, MSW (a survivor)
"The Cancer Solution" by Robert Willner, MD
"Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer" by Burton Goldberg Group Future Medicine Publishing (415)435-1779 1640 Tiburon Blvd. Suite 2, Tiburon, CA 94920 $49.95 (Includes protocols from prominent alternative physicians nationwide/worldwide).
"Options" by Richard Walters
"Questioning Chemotherapy" by Ralph Moss, PhD
"Choice in Healing" by Michael Lerner, PhD (Discusess how to heal as opposed to cure. Founder of Commonweal)
"Cancer and Nutrition" by Charles B. Simone, MD
"The Real Vitamin & Mineral Book" by Shari Lieberman, Phd and Nancy Bruning (Good advice on the basics of vitamins and minerals from a clinical nutritionist)
"Beating Cancer with Nutrition" by Patrick Quillan, PhD ( A program to help strengthen the body)
"Women Confront Cancer" ed. by David Hess and Margaret Wooddell (Various women are interviewed about their choices)
"Vitamins Against Cancer" by Kedar N. Pradad, Phd (He is a researcher who has published quite a bit about the value of vitamins during treatment)
"A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases" by Max Gerson,MD
(The basis of the Gerson Therapy)
"Keep Your Breasts" by Susan Moss (A California-based woman who used natural methods to reduce lumps. Were they diagnosed as cancer?)
There are a range of books that describe individual ways of dealing with cancer. There are books by folks who used alternative methods that are fully described (sometimes self-published).
Virginia Soffa who was involved in advocacy as well as the use of alternatives wrote a book entitled "The Journey Beyond Breast Cancer" which combines both of the above approaches. (died of breast cancer, 2003)
Some books will overstate their particular position. I often feel some books would have made excellent magazine articles. I read "Dressed To Kill" by Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer which is about tight bras and the lymph system. I believe they have a good point, but it is not likely to be the cause of all breast cancer.
Likewise "The Cure For All Cancers" probably has a good point to make, but is very overstated. Still, getting checked or treated for parasites, including liver and intestinal flukes is probably a good thing to do.
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