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

We still have to find out what caused me to end up in the ER. Somers to do an interview for OM-Times Magazine http: If I could pass on a single lesson of this book it is that your health is your responsibility and no one should blindly follow what any doctor tells you.

On the other hand, if the SLN contains tumor, then axillary dissection is needed. I didn’t know that Suzanne Somers is a cancer survivor. Even worse 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.

There are so many horror stories floating around about our medical system, Suzanne Somers personal story will utterly shock you. My son ran from the bullets. On the other hand, there isn’t really enough detail for one to get a solid grasp on the specifics. Most likely, if this was indeed metastatic breast cancer, an oncologist would have chosen to treat Somers first with an anti-estrogen drug, probably an aromatase inhibitor no tamoxifen if she had blood clots causing that much trouble!


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Regardless of the initial cause, it certainly sounded as though the E. Be that as it may, she has been trumpeting proudly for a number of years that she rejected chemotherapy and tamoxifen and has done quite well.

Most often these parts include the skin, bones, liver, brain, heart, and the membranes that protect the brain and spinal cord meninges.

You get the idea, and if you are masochistic enough top want to view them, you can easily find them on YouTube. Given when Somers had her cancer diagnosed and because I know that she had a stage I tumor, i entered data for her assuming a tumor between cm in size, mainly because most tumors under 1 cm would not warrant adjuvant chemotherapy.

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Now she shares her personal choices and outlines knoc,out array In KnockoutSuzanne Somers interviews doctors who are successfully using the most innovative cancer treatments—treatments that build up the body rather than suuzanne it down. Indeed, valley fever often presents as a flu-like illness from which people recover rapidly.

My fav quote from the somere was “Feelings Never Lie”. Somers was treated with conventional cancer treatment, and has since eschewed conventional treatment in favor of alternative treatment. A case in point: The rash is in my ears, in my nose, in my vagina, on the bottoms of my feet, everywhere — under my arms, my scalp, the back of my neck. My father had stage 4 lung cancer and he told me I should read this book.


If this could happen to a famous person such as her, can knockouf imagine what happens to the average person? Information is knowledge and applied knowledge is wisdom. We really need to start listening to our bodies. Voters decided that “collusion” should be banished for “mis-use, over-use and general uselessness.

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

Even someone as medically ignorant as Somers realized the most likely diagnosis:. Not all research findings are equally authoritative. Now she suzamne her personal choices and outlines an array of options from doctors across the country: I wish I could convince all of my loved ones to read this book.

In such cases, chemotherapy is usually reserved for the case when antiestrogen therapy fails. I struggle to the telephone and call one of the kjockout I trust. It will be promptly dropped in the recycle bin – no way I want to donate this and give another reader a chance to be duped. Radiation therapy reduces the risk of local recurrences recurrences in the breastand chemotherapy and antiestrogen therapy like Tamoxifen reduce the risk of systemic recurrences recurrences elsewhere in the body.

A Spmers Read in my opinion.