Good alternative cancer care

Christer Sundqvist

Complementary, integrative and alternative medicine offers a number of effective and non-toxic therapies in the fight against cancer. The preparations used must be called food supplements because they cannot be called medicines. The alternative, often diet-based therapies mentioned below often work so that they create the worst possible conditions for cancer growth. There are treatments that kill only cancer cells, increase natural immunity and cause no side effects. The forms of care presented will constitute a good basis for a comprehensive cancer treatment. Studies show that more than 80% of cancer patients in the British Isles use alternative therapies as part of cancer treatment or as the only treatment. Read more at  and

Dietary supplements have been used for many decades, even hundreds of years, but they are not readily announced as important as they are not interesting for the pharmaceutical industry. They cannot be patented and therefore their use is counteracted. This has led to a situation where we only have a few clinical studies on the use of food supplements. However, there is plenty of evidence from thousands of patients who have improved the quality of life and sometimes cured their cancer after using these supplements. Many patients have been fatal when they finally opt for some alternative treatment, but for many it has meant that they have been kept alive.

Alternative treatments for cancer have, of course, been studied. However, clinical trials (research with patients) have rarely been made, but one must rely on experimental studies with experimental animals and tissue samples, as well as on methods that have not yet been fully approved by science. The lack of clinical experiments may be due to economic reasons (clinical studies are very expensive). There are also ethical problems connected to scientific research: “You cannot get permission from the ethics committee to start studies with an alternative method”. We have compiled scientific studies on alternative cancer care on our site to help you discover the benefits of alternative, complementary and integrative cancer treatments.


Tanya Harter Pierce. Outsmart Your Cancer 2nd Ed. – Paperback with Audio CD. Possibly the best source of information on alternative non-toxic therapies can be found on Tanya Harter’s website:  and in a book of the same name. We highly recommend the book. It contains detailed information on dietary supplements and their dosage. The complicated events surrounding the disease cancer have also been presented in a popular science manner. The book also contains versatile patient-specific reports and studies. The book is available in Swedish, for example:

Kelly A. Turner. Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds. A very interesting account of radical remission of cancer (the patient becomes unexpectedly healthy) and the book lists the factors that play an important role in this context.

Bollinger Ty. The Truth About Cancer  Bollinger has compiled books and video recordings on cancer care using natural non-medical methods.

Christofferson Travis. Tripping over the Truth: How the Metabolic Theory of Cancer Is Overpowering One of Medicine’s Most Entrenched Paradigms. Chelsea Green Publishing, 2017. Christofferson has concentrated on an increased understanding of the cancer’s metabolic forms of care. The book is a breathtakingly deep dive into practical and scientific issues about cancer. It enables multiple forms of support for alternative cancer care.

Edward Griffin. World Without Cancer: The Story of Vitamin B17. American Media, 2010. Griffin is a rather controversial supporter of conspiracy theories. He has, however, written a well-known book about a forgotten form of care in cancer, which is mainly about vitamin B17.

Thomas N Seyfried. Cancer as a metabolic disease: on the origin, management, and prevention of cancer. John Wiley & Sons, 2012. Professor Seyfried has much details on the cancer’s metabolic role in his book. The book is difficult to understand for the general public, but Seyfried’s Youtube videos are easier to understand.

David Servan-Schreiber. Anticancer: A New Way of Life. Penguin Books Ltd., 2008. Medical doctor Servan-Schreiber has in his book numerous examples of alternative cancer care, such as diet, exercise and relaxation.

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