An excellent source of information; highly recommended! (Jonathan V. Wright MD)
From the Back Cover
A book about choices.
A book to empower cancer sufferers, their families and anyone who wants to reduce their risk of developing the disease.
When Laura Bond's mother Gemma was diagnosed with ovarian and uterine cancer in 2011, Laura discovered that the only thing more shocking than telling someone your mother has cancer is revealing that she has declined chemotherapy. But, according to studies, many oncologists would do the same. So Laura, a journalist, started writing a blog to explain why her mother decided not to have chemo, and to pass on information about the wide range of alternative options they researched.
Mum's Not Having Chemo describes the natural treatments road-tested by Gemma and other cancer sufferers, and shares advice from over sixty of the world's leading cancer specialists and holistic healers - from oncologists in Tokyo to energy healers in Harley Street. It describes cutting-edge research from around the globe and gives a fascinating insight into the range of treatments available. Whether you want to reduce your risk of cancer, have a family member who has cancer, or have been diagnosed with the disease and want to be fully aware of all the options, this book will be an enlightening and invaluable source of information. It will not tell you what to do but it will help you make informed decisions about your health.
'This book is unique and it's also a brilliant resource'
Janey Lee Grace, TV and radio presenter and author of Imperfectly Natural Woman