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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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In fact, the rest of that day I felt like the most insensitive, idiotic doctor in the world. The book provides a very useful bibliography and “where to find” section at the end.

What I suspect to have happened is that perhaps the oncologist did have a conversation about a probable need for chemotherapy, and, like my conversation with my postoperative patient, Somers saw the conversation knpckout from how her doctors did.

So glad this was a gift. Gorski’s biographical information, disclaimers regarding his writings, and notice to patients here.

It could be something else more laterbut the first thing that comes to mind is an allergic reaction. Show comments Hide comments.

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

At the very least, Somers appears to believe what she is saying, and it is quite possible that she was misdiagnosed with widespread metastasis from her breast cancer. They are treatments that are anything but science-based, as well. She also has an interesting supplement schedule, but it is working for her.


The basic problem with the book, says Dr.

Ignore the fact that it’s written by Suzanne Somers, if that bothers you, but I guarantee that she’s no dumb blonde. On the other hand, somefs isn’t really enough detail for one to get a solid grasp on the specifics.

Do yourself and those you love a favor, read it. But other than that, I loved it! Part II is a series of interviews of four doctors who are having remarkable knockouy, and if you read not other part of this book, please read the interview with Dr.

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

I really like the author’s approach that everyone has to make of their own mind and do whats best for them. We would all benefit from the advise the doctors give on how to deal with cancer and how to knickout it. The doctors discuss extensively about the potential causes of cancer, the science behind cancer growth and metastases, preventative measures etc.

Women are identified as node negative without removing all the axillary lymph nodes. This is what I kind of got out of it. We all wish there were more effective and less toxic options, and we need to stay open-minded about new discoveries and alternatives.

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

I also believe that many folks eyes are being opened and many Dr. The dyes are then taken up in the lymphatics and head towards the axilla, where they lodge in one or more lymph nodes. Be that as it may, the very first thing that any competent oncologist would demand before initiating chemotherapy is a tissue diagnosis, either from a needle biopsy or other tissue, to prove that there was cancer and to identify the type of cancer, so that the correct chemotherapy could chosen.

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Aug 22, Elisabeth rated it it was ok. Lay off the sugar and start exercising. When her family arrived to take her home she was crying.

Suzanne Sommers has been knokout conventionally and holistically for cancer. I feel my eyes have been opened and I feel empowered. After some of the interviews there are statements from that doctors patients who tell their story and how that doctor helped them.

Why do I mention this?

I also recommend Racing to a Cure. Not all the recommendations Somers makes in the book raise eyebrows. Imagine yourself having survived breast cancer and then, eight years later, being admitted to a hospital for something else and being told that you had widespread metastases. Regardless of what you think of Suzanne Somers Why don’t you come to my house and try out your new pathetic jokes?