Cancer Secrets – Table of Contents
Where We Are, and How We Got Here
What Is Cancer?
What Is Integrative Oncology?
Treatments in Integrative Oncology
The Role of Diet & Nutrition in Cancer Prevention and Treatment
Supplementation in Cancer Prevention and Treatment
Cancer Myths and Magical Thinking
Cancer Prevention – 8 Tips from an Integrative Oncologist
About the Author
Dr. Stegall has a true passion for providing the best cancer care for his patients. He practices integrative oncology, which involves combining the best of modern medicine with natural therapies.
Dr. Stegall has completed advanced training in integrative oncology through the International Organization of Integrative Cancer Physicians, and is a member of the Society of Integrative Oncology and the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in Integrative Oncology and Preventive Medicine. This is the book you want to read if you or someone you care about has cancer. Get a copy for everyone you love…
My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer in the Summer of 2016, which sent our marriage, family, and lives into a crazy tailspin for over two years. Having this book then would have helped us better navigate the overwhelming search results of Google, the sheer amount of complex terms and concepts, the stress of too many family opinions, and the daunting decisions we had to make about life and death options.
This book has been a game changer in not only how we view and understand cancer but how we have decided to treat my wife’s breast cancer moving forward. I will share this book and integrative oncology with everyone I meet who has cancer and is looking for hope, clarity, and a path that leads towards healing.
The approach to nutrition as part of treatment was a revelation to my wife and I. The aspect of proper diet and nutrition never even came up during wy wife’s treatment. Treating cancer with Chemo and Radiation only is short sighted in my opinion. Having read Cancer Secrets, we both feel better equipped and prepared to handle post cancer treatment. It feels really good to be able to share this life changing information with others who have just been diagnosed, or are in remission, and doing everything they can to prevent a re-occurence.
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