Stop Making Cancer
If you don’t learn what is needed to stop making cancer, then it really doesn’t matter how good the physician or surgeon is at getting rid of it, it will be back.
Surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and targeted “immune” therapies usually shrink and occasionally eliminate all visible tumors, however in most cases there is a recurrence 9–18+ months later.
It is said that the word, cancer (καρκίνος or karkínos = “crab”) was coined by the Greek physician Hippocrates (460-370 BCE), because the finger-like projections spreading outward from the ulcer or mass looked to him like the legs of a crab. A few centuries later, the Roman philosopher, Celsus (25 BC-50 AD) then translated the Greek into the Latin word, ‘cancer’, meaning “crab.
What makes cancer so ominous and life threatening is that it continues to grow and spread, like its namesake.
If someone discovered a 2 cm tumor in their pancreas and it did not grow and it did not spread (metastasize) to any other organs, the person would live a normal life. So, the real question the person with cancer has for their physician is not, “how do I get rid of this?”, but rather, “how do I stop making this?”
Because clearly, if the person does not stop making cancer, then it really doesn’t matter how good the physician or surgeon is at getting rid of it, it will be back. And, it is well established that 90% of all cancer deaths are due to metastases, not the primary tumor.
For these reasons, we consider this aspect of our three pillared approach to not only be the most important, but also the foundation for living a long healthy life.
The Oasis School of Life has been developed over many years in order to prepare people to live the rest of their lives full of vitality and health. Therefore, even after returning home from An Oasis of Healing, being alumni of the Oasis School of Life, we provide them with ongoing learning and training.
It is our sincerest hope and intent that our alumni will never need another physician the rest of their lives.
Reduce Metabolic Stress and Improve Overall Health
- Anti-inflammatory diet of raw/living plant-based foods
- Proper hydration
- Balance hormones (thyroid, sex hormones)
- Learn how to avoid environmental toxins
- Increase mitochondrial function