Suzanne Somers’ book shares groundbreaking cancer prevention and care KNOCKOUT Provides Something All Who Are Touched By Cancer Need – HOPE . Knockout by Suzanne Somers, Attacks Cancer Establishment. Suzanne Somers: Hello Michael let’s talk about your approach to treating people with are two types of cancer patients some want to choose.

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Just because it has, and can still save more lives, it already deserves 5 stars. Between the covers of this book are so many pages of hope and options for cancer patients.

somegs We really need to start listening to our bodies. Hard to believe they reacted so strongly if she was truly behaving in a levelheaded manner. Why do I mention this? If this could happen to a famous person such as her, can you imagine what happens to the average person? What form of cancer quackery has been covered so ably by Kimball Atwood since the very beginning of this blog?

Many times it seems the pharmaceutical co wins and the patients lose. Enjoyed it so much I am not only re-reading it, I am ordering a hard copy so I can use it as a reference book as well. To put it frankly, her description left this reader nauseous. Specifically, she argues against what she sees as the vast and often pointless use of chemotherapy.

May 26, Jane rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lists with This Book. Chemo can be deadly and Nutrition is hugely healing. Such cancer might very well be a different cancer from a different organ, and the chance of doing harm with chemotherapy for knoxkout benefit is too great. The Hottest Toys and Games for Christmas There are no discussion topics on this book yet.


Suzanne Somers’ Knockout: Dangerous misinformation about cancer (part 1) – Science-Based Medicine

Apr 01, Isabella Wrobel rated it it was amazing. Suzanne interviews many prominent integrative cancer doctors and asks the pertinent questions. Our lives depend on knowing these facts.

Suzanne Sommers has been treated conventionally and holistically for cancer. There is a treasure trove of information here not just about cancer but about wellness in general, even how herbs and food can be potent medicine for our body without subjecting it to traumatic and invasive procedures.

I just finished this book but I feel like I need to read it a second, a third, a fourth time. Maybe some of the doctors Somers interviewed in her book will eventually prove to be on to something. My heart started pounding, like it was jumping out of my chest. Even somrrs still, Somers is successful enough to be able to parlay her suspicion into a highly lucrative career, and her promotion of dubious, unproven, and even ineffective medical treatments for cancer may well result in cancer patients who might be saved eschewing science-based medicine and endangering their lives.

The oncologist comes into my room. Jan 09, Cheri rated it it was amazing.

There suzannr have been other findings on physical examination that suggested that a CT scan might be indicated. Jan 21, Diane rated it it was amazing. She took control of her body and has now made it her life mission to find the doctors who are making a difference in the realm of cancer prevention so,ers treatment.

Aug 18, Lolli rated it it was amazing Shelves: Michael Galitzer Chapter She will continue to do this the entire week, writing down everything everyone is saying.


BREAKING: Health Author Suzanne Somers Mostly Wrong About Science, Medicine

They are treatments that are anything but science-based, as well. These are risk factors for the serious disseminated coccidioidomycosis. Knockouh both contain chemicals, and the body responds to chemicals through its biochemistry.

When first reading one of Somers’s previous books, it was hard to reconcile the over-bleached, overblown, over-the-top, ditzy actress with the natural health zealot she’s become in real life.

It is biased completely towards that approach. Nov 07, Aaron Chu rated it it was amazing.

BREAKING: Health Author Suzanne Somers Mostly Wrong About Science, Medicine

Thank God, because when you are stunned and on medication, things get foggy. Unfortunately, as less invasive means of treating breast cancer were developed, such as lumpectomy, the part of the operation that carried the most morbidity was the axillary dissection.

This is critical information, because the single most powerful prognostic indicator for potentially curable breast cancer i. But I think that what they were saying is that if you do live a healthy, clean, lifestyle that if you do get cancer, there will be a better chance of beating it. Not all the recommendations Somers makes in the book raise eyebrows.

What I found disappointing is that in order to include a wide range of alternative therapies, I think she missed the big picture. So, check this book out, you might learn something.