Four out of every ten people will be diagnosed with cancer sometime during their lifetime. 600,000 cancer patients in the U.S. will die every year.
For decades, standard therapies have remained powerless against advanced cancer. But in the 1890s, an American surgeon showed that terminal patients could be cured by stimulating their immune systems. The treatment? A concoction of dead bacteria known as Coley’s Toxins.
This is the real-life story of Rene Chee, a biologist diagnosed with an aggressive cancer while working at Stanford University. After conventional treatment, she realizes it is a matter of time before her incurable cancer returns and takes her life.
She and her husband explore alternative treatments and discover Coley’s Toxins. Intent on a cure, they embark on an arduous journey to obtain Coley’s Toxins and other immunotherapies. They have an ally: a world-renowned immunologist who teaches them how to unleash Rene’s immune system against her cancer. Discussion questions are included at the end of the book for reading groups or book clubs.
Through their journey, you will discover:
- How cutting-edge immunotherapies work
- How tumors can hide from the immune system
- How to maximize immunotherapy by combining treatments
- How low-carb diets and high omega-3 diets can weaken tumors
- How to obtain immunotherapy
An immune-based cure is possible today. If you are ready to examine the evidence and see how it can be achieved, this book is for you.
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