Suzanne Somers’ book shares groundbreaking cancer prevention and care KNOCKOUT Provides Something All Who Are Touched By Cancer Need – HOPE . 3 Nov In Knockout, Suzanne Somers interviews doctors who are successfully using the most innovative cancer treatments–treatments that build up. 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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These are risk factors for the serious disseminated coccidioidomycosis. They both contain chemicals, and the body responds to chemicals through its biochemistry. In such cases, chemotherapy is usually reserved for the case when antiestrogen therapy fails. In any case, it’s quite possible that there was a bit of Somers hearing things one way when her doctors weren’t telling it the way she interpreted them as telling her.

And in the imperfect world we live in, it’s a great idea to get to know your organic mechanics well enough that they can point you to information with some expectation that you’ll make good use of it — and are willing to discuss it with you at the level you’ve shown you can handle. sizanne

Somers’ second testimonial, knlckout, is not as forgivable as the first, which is actually only knockotu forgivable, given how aggressively Somers has used her own testimonial to promote “alternative” medical treatments such as mistletoe extract which may have some anti-tumor activity but the evidence is very weak–more on that perhaps in a future installment.

My mother died as a result of her chemo treatment, and on her deathbed, the doctor was pushing her to have more chemo for the cancer that duzanne spread to her liver, yet there has knockojt been a chemo treatment that has cured liver cancer. I’m hopeful this will be the one and only time I have to resort to Western drugs. Right at the outset, I wondered why that is and can guess at a couple of likely reasons. What form of cancer quackery has been covered so ably by Kimball Atwood since the very beginning of this blog?


Such cancer might very well be a different cancer from a different organ, and the chance suzannr doing harm with chemotherapy for no benefit is too great. Indeed, if the cancer was truly as widespread as Somers reports, chemotherapy might not even be used at all if the likelihood of success is tiny; in such cases, hospice would be recommended.

The rash, the strangling, the asphyxiation. There are so many horror stories floating around about our medical system, Suzanne Somers personal story will utterly shock you.

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Turns suzwnne they were really pissed at us when we invented stairs and totally fucked up their invasion plans. Indeed, the description of the most severe disseminated form of coccidioidomycosis matches Somers’ presentation quite well:. Knockot subscribe to the “more information is better” way of dealing with things, but it does make it a lot more difficult to make decisions about treatment options.

Russell Blaylock, MD Chapter They tell her this after they want to give her chemo, and a ton of drugs which she later found out would’ve killed her. This observation has led me to change my original plan, which was to blog this book chapter by chapter as I read it.

Feb 17, Suzanne Barrett rated it it was amazing. In other words, the dye mimics the pathway that tumor cells take to metastasize to the axillary lymph nodes. Enjoyed it so much I am not only re-reading it, I am ordering a hard copy so I can use it as a reference book as well.

Return to Book Page. I’ll stick my neck out and suggest that the reason the doctor spoke “angrily” was that he probably asked her “Are you suzane any drugs or supplements or other agents?

Of course, if you’re a celebrity and the truth is on your side you probably don’t have much worry about being sued.


That little fact alone made me sit up and take notice. This book is also bold and real in the way that it shares first-hand stories about the corrupted and profit-driven collaborations between the pharmaceutical companies and the FDA as well as the narrow-minded and arrogant approach to pedagogy in medicine. Day one is almost over. Many Just because it has, and can still save more lives, it already deserves 5 stars.

Her book is entitled Knockout: 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.

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

Sadly, some of them are oncologists, even though, if there’s a specialty that really demands a good bedside manner, it’s that of medical oncologist. I know you’re trying to reach people who might be threatened by cancer and finished off by bad advice, not healthy people who don’t have the flu shot.

The signs and symptoms of disseminated disease depend on which parts of your body suzanen affected and may include:.

After all, a CT scan is not generally the test of choice for diagnosing the cause of anaphylaxis or respiratory distress, which is what it sure sounds as though Somers was being treated for.

Suffice it to say, there is a great deal of misunderstanding of breast cancer in Somers’ testimonial. They are treatments that are anything but science-based, as well.

In addition, her Please. For your edification, I’ve also uploaded the slides from my presentation relevant to Suzanne Somers’ breast cancer diagnosis as a PDF file.