Tuesday, 19 January 2016 22:13

Why do David Bowie and other famous people still die from cancer?

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I was saddened to hear that just this past week, David Bowie, died on January 10, following a secret 18-month battle with liver cancer.  Alan Rickman, the British actor, best known for his role as Professor Snape in Harry Potter, died on January 14, after privately battling cancer. He was 69. René Angélil, Celine Dion’s husband and lifelong manager lost his battle to throat cancer on January 14. Consequently, Daniel Dion, the older brother of Celine Dion, died, just two days after the death of Celine’s husband. Daniel was 59 and was battling cancer for several years.  Dan Haggerty, from The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, passed away after going through his own heartbreaking cancer battle. 

And this got me thinking... with all the vast alternative health knowledge out there, why are we still dying from cancer?  Surely they must have investigated many options for themselves and bought the best doctors in the world and visited the best clinics and tried alternative and natural treatments and “the whole nine yards”, right?

Some celebrities do in fact beat cancer with alternative treatments - take Suzanne Somers for example.  Celebrities like Anthony Quinn, John Wayne, Yul Brynner, Princess Caroline of Monaco, and Alicia Buttons (wife of the late actor Red Buttons) and even President Ronald Reagan who secretly went to Germany. Reagan lived for another 19 years and died at age 93, and not from cancer.

But celebrities are little different from the rest of us when it comes to cancer treatments, other than being able to afford the most expensive care available.  We have been conditioned, quite falsely, to believe that only approved mainstream treatments can beat cancer.  When it comes down to it, few individuals are willing to bet their lives on something the mainstream establishment tells them will not work.  The fact that they opt for the very best conventional treatments (primarily surgery, chemo and/or radiation) and still die is an indictment of the ineffectiveness of those treatments and not a reflection on alternative treatments.

Also keep in mind that there are a world of alternative therapies out there.  Well over 350 in fact.  Their effectiveness varies quite a bit, but the very top handful of alternative treatments have a very high success rate. 

Mainstream medicine really has no answer for stage IV cancers, or just about any cancer which has spread from its original point for that matter.  And when someone has had their body weakened and their natural first line of defense (the immune system) severely compromised, it does make it more difficult for alternatives to come along and beat the cancer and clean up the mess that mainstream treatments have left behind.  However, stage IV cancers need not be a death sentence and with as much as 6 months estimated time remaining the odds are pretty good that cancer can be beaten - at least that is what I have found - with a comprehensive overall cancer protocol and lifestyle modification including  homeopathy and therapeutic supplementation as a central item.

In closing, there were a lot of criticisms of Reagan regarding the secrecy surrounding his treatment which helped no one but himself. President Reagan was a potential change agent, and he could have advanced healthcare in the US and in the world. He was in a position to effect change, to change the course of the “war on cancer” by telling the truth and inspiring others.

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