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There is no doubt that both conventional and alternative cancer treatments can cure cancer patients, yet there were patients that couldn't be saved by either one or both of them, and no one has come up yet with a theory and/or an effective treatment of cancer beyond doubt and accepted by all. This website will serve as a reference and will concentrate on the alternative cancer treatments. Patients should not use the information to self-treat their disease.

Patients can consult their conventional oncologist on conventional cancer treatments, however, they are confronted with so many alternative cancer treatments that can confuse them when given up by the conventional medicine. This website will try to present those time-tested alternative treatments that have accumulated many testimonies from the surviving cancer patients. However, it is the responsibility of the patients to search further and be more informed before they make the decision to use the alternative treatments. They should always have an attending physician to treat the disease, whether an orthodox oncologist or an alternative practitioner. It must also be understood that there is biochemical individuality in each patient, treatment that cured the testimonies may not be effective to the patient who wants to try it.


There are many books describing this therapy, the book "Options, The Alternative Cancer Therapy Book" written by Richard Walters in 1993 is selected here because it is not lengthy and the description is relatively complete. Instead of abstracting the content the pages are scanned here to prevent possible error in the interpretation. It is highly recommended that cancer patient who read this section to purchase a copy of the book for reference (can be purchased online through It has been 15 years since the book was published yet most of the alternative treatments mentioned in the book are still valid.
More references
"The Persecuted Drug: The DMSO Story" by Pat McGrady, 1973

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