Many books have been written since this site went up in 1999. They are listed below (earliest are first) so make sure you scroll down.
"Making The Right Choice"-Treatment Options in Cancer Surgery" by Richard A. Evans, MD is NOW ENTITLED:
"The Cancer Breakthrough You've Never Heard of" by Richard A. Evans, M.D. (2001) (You can check out his website via the links area) or go to www.texascancercenter.com
The book, according to the author now --
1) It has over 100 new references supporting limited surgery.
2) No data to the contrary have been published.
3) No doctors, indeed no one, has found fault with my 1st book after 6 years.
4) The prostate cancer chapter was revised, because much of the cutting edge treatment there is just now be reported in the literature.
5) Two prominent Houston MDs added material .
6) The new preface has a little more punch.
As far as breast cancer, the recent published research has dealt with DCIS. Read this section in appendix II. Have you seen this? 800 patients = 1/2 with XRT. 14 deaths from BC. 10 after XRT, and 4 after NO XRT. The difference is NOT statistically significant, so the powers that be swept it under the rug.
OTHER IMPORTANT BOOKS:
June 2007 NEW BOOK "Complementary Oncology: Adjunctive Methods in the Treatment of Cancer" (Hardcover)
by Josef Beuth (Author), Ralph W. Moss (Author) (see other books by Ralph W. Moss at www.cancerdecisions.com - "Cancer Therapy
The Independent Consumer's Guide","Questioning Chemotherapy", "Herbs Against Cancer", and more)
Excerpt from AMAZON review by John F. Wright (whom Annie Appleseed Project does not know)
"Complementary Oncology is an excellent and open minded exploration of treatment options from a conventional medicine point of view. Even though this book is written by German doctors and researchers engaged in providing conventional care, the discussion is primarily on complementary treatment options and exhibits little or no bias.
Research and potential of many aspects such as exercise, nutrition, psychology, thermography, and many other treatments is well presented (although a bit scientific at times)".
"Cancer Overcome by Diet, An Alternative to Therapy" by Louise Greenfield
Anatomy of an Illness" by Norman Cousins (As percieved by the patient-how laughter/humor saved his life)
"Cancer-Free" compiled by the East West Foundation with Ann Fawcett and Cynthia Smith (30 who triumphed over cancer)
"The Essiac Report" by Richard Thomas
"Whole Food Bible" by Christopher S. Kilham (How to select and prepare safe healthfull foods)
"Evaluating Alternative Cancer Therapies" by David J. Hess, PhD (A guide to the science and politics of an emerging medical field) Rutgers University Press
"IP6" by AbulKalam M. Shamsuddin, MD, PhD (Nature's revolutionary cancer-fighter) See the section on this under Consumer's Alternative Medicine
"Root Canal Cover-Up" by George E. Meinig, DDS, FACD (A founder of the Association of Root Canal Specialists discovers evidence that root canals damage your health-learn what to do)
"Oxygen Healing Therapies" by Nathaniel Altman (Bio-oxidative therapies for treating cancer and other diseases)
"O2xygen Therapies" by Ed McCabe (A new way of approaching disease)
"Alternatives in Cancer Therapy" by Ross Pelton, R.Ph, PhD and Lee Overholser, PhD (The complete guide to non-traditional treatments)
"The Cancer Cure That Worked" by Barry Lynes (The story about Royal Rife and the Rife machine, there is also a video) can be ordered at www.Naturetronics.com
"How to Fight Cancer and Win" by WIlliam L. Fischer (Scientific guidelines and documented facts)
"Can Bacteria Cause Cancer" by David Hess (Alternative Medicine confronts big science)
"Life's Delicate Balance" by Janette D. Sherman, MD (Guide to the causes and prevention of breast cancer)
"Cancer and Common Sense"
Combining Science and Nature to Control Cancer
by W. Douglas Brodie, MD (Reno, NV-based doctor)
"I wanted to alert you to a book recently out that
describes the medical odyssey of someone who has greatly
helped himself live much longer than predicted using an Ann
Fonfa-like regimen, for his multiple myeloma. Gearin-Tosh
teaches English lit at Oxford, was 54 when diagnosed in 1994.
You may know of this book:
Gearin-Tosh, Michael Living proof: A medical
mutiny.NY:Scribner, 2002." J.M. 2002
"Make Your Own Miracle Surviving Cancer" by Paul Huff, Julie Yenichek and Kim Huff. $14.95 at
From a review: " In this book, Paul has compiled 55 uniquely powerful, healing stories of cancer survivors that demonstrate how the impossible became possible and turned almost certain tragedy into triumph."
Newly recommended, but not new "Recovery From Cancer", Elaine Nussbaum (Avery Publishing Group). From the back cover:
"Despite surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation, Elaine's cancer spread to her bones and both lungs. Three years after her initial diagnosis, she had had enough of conventoinal therapies. Elaine stopped all medications and treatments, and began to practice macrobiotics in a last-ditch effort to save her life... Elaine's dramatic and very moving story offers hope to cancer patients everywhere - and adds to the growing evidence that macrobiotics can be effective in the treatment of this insidious disease".
Many more books exist. See the section on breast cancer for other titles on this cancer.
Ann Fonfa knows the authors personally
LINK:By Hyla Cass,MD "Prescription drugs can rob you of the very vitamins and minerals your body needs to overcome your current health condition. Whether you suffer from high blood pressure, high cholesterol, chronic heartburn (GERD), arthritis, diabetes, or depression, the prescription drugs you are taking can actually make your condition worse"!
Traditional Chinese Medicine,
for breast cancer patients
LINK to site of Susun S. Weed,
author Breast Cancer? Breast Health! the Wise
Woman Way. For women who want to maintain breast health and for women diagnosed with breast cancer, designed with the purpose of empowering women in their health care choices.
LINK:by Mary Kathleen Kearse, PT, CLT-LANA, Elizabeth McMahon, PhD, Ann Ehrlich, MA "provide(s) detailed instructions for caregivers on all aspects of lymphedema home care including physical care (skin care, simple lymph drainage, compression, exercise, etc.), communications skills and emotional support, and activities of daily living".
LINK: ""Vegan Soul Kitchen," by Bryant Terry (Da Capo, $18.95)
As odd as it might sound when considering today's pork and beef staples, traditional African-American cuisine was built on the agrarian foundation of vegetables and legumes. The culinary lineage of black-eyed pea fritters, for example, can be traced back to similar dishes made in western Africa. This book is part cultural exploration and part rediscovery of natural food, with little of the politics normally associated with the vegan lifestyle".
From the Tampa Tribune
Stargrove MB, Treasure J, McKee DL. Herb, Nutrient, and Drug Interactions: Clinical Implications and Therapeutic Strategies. St. Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier; 2008.
Author: Diane Lane Chambers
LINK: "About the Author
Jean, born in Seattle, Washington, USA began selling her writing 1972, concentrating on short, slice of life stories and trade articles focusing on the medical office workplace. In 1990, following a thirty year career in the medical field, she sold her home in southern California and she and her new husband, Arne, fled to the red rock country of Sedona, Arizona where they pursued a rewarding Alternative/Holistic approach to treating Arne’s cancer while maintaining his Quality of Life.
After Arne's passing, Jean wrote her debut book, Dance Interrupted".
Author Brenda Stockdale
Posted May 2010
Posted June 2010
Author Rachel Logsdon
Author - Phyllis Ann Chandler
Susan M. Love, MD
Alice D. Domar, PhD
Author Susan Moss
Los Angeles, CA
Eric Galvez, posted July 2010
Author Kain Ireland,
Author Jodi Buckman Weinstein, MS, RD, CSO, CDN
The Tisch Institute, Mount Sinai Medical Center, NYC