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     All of us have cancer cells in our bodies.
        But not all of us will develop cancer.'           

     You can conqueror or prevent cancer. 1,2

     Genetic play a small part in determining the incidence of cancer. 1
      Who gets cancer and why?
      Are we really able to ask and answer that question?
      Incidence of cancer relates mainly to life style factors.

    Hope
      Doctors asked, ‘could they improve the quality of life that is remaining in persons with ‘terminal' cancer?'       Studies at Stanford MC showed that quality and quantity of life could be improved and patients were better able to handle their pain. There are other similar studies. More is written on this latter. Detailed validation of these statement are given in the introduction.

     PNI or Psycho-Neuro-Immunology
Studies show the mind is hardwired and soft wired to the immune system. Emotions control every aspect of our live. Emotions are wired to the immune system. The resulting release of cortisone causes alteration of the brain. Details to follow.

    MBM or Mind Body Medicine
Thought, the contents of the mind controls, blood pressure, heart rate, breathing, core body temperature, hormones and immune functions. The mind and body are closely connected.

    Does anyone survive ‘terminal' cancer?
‘Remarkable healings are well documented.' Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
. See chapter FOREWORD.

Remarkable Healing
Many great pioneers in many books describe remarkable Healing. This Web is attempting to bring all the work together in one work. See chapter FOREWORD.

Harm ‘Instant control of your immune system…' Great harm is occurring confusing Quackery, New-Age hype with dedicated scientific works. Primum non-nocere.

What other illness maybe conquered or prevented?

5/21/10    FOREWORD      © 2009