By Cameron, AnnEdited by Ward, GeoffIllustrated by Skye, Anne Marie
In 2013, Ann Cameron cured Stage 4 colon cancer without chemotherapy or radiation, by drinking carrot juice. Since then, others with a variety of cancers have reported similar successes. Cameron wanted to find out why such an apparently simple cancer cure--just carrots--works. Ba...sed on her extensive reading in scientific journals focused on nutrition and cancer, her ground-breaking book describes the details of the carrot treatment and the scientific evidence for its power. In this book, she shares little-known research that is revolutionizing scientific thinking about cancer and how to treat it. The research comes from the exciting new field of epigenetics--the study of how chemical switching mechanisms in our bodies change the expression of our genes. Our environment, the foods we eat, and the way we live can silence pro-cancer genes or turn them on, set anti-cancer genes on alert or turn them off. Genes aren't our destiny. Neither is cancer. Cancer develops when the body loses its ability to recognize and eliminate rogue cells--cells that take over the body if they don't quit dividing. In some cases--probably many--carrots can restore the body's natural power to regulate growth and kill defective cells. The scientific information in this book could be a life-saver and a beacon of hope for you or someone you know. Equally helpful, it offers the practical knowledge Cameron gained from her journey through cancer and back to health--how to use the internet to research proposed treatments and the quality of hospitals and doctors; how to reduce the cost of cancer care; and how to arrive at individual treatment decisions that are best for you.Read more
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The author of internationally acclaimed children's books, Ann Cameron grew up in in Rice Lake, Wisconsin, U.S.A. She is an honors graduate of Harvard University, where she was awarded the James Bryant Conant Prize for science writing. She spends most of the year in Panajachel, Guatemala, where she and her late husband, Bill, rebuilt the local library with 13,000 donated books. It has been used as a model throughout the country. She continues to write surrounded by palm trees, flowers and butterflies near the shores of Lake Atitlan.
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