Heal Breast Cancer Naturally - 7 Essential Steps to Beating Breast Cancer
2014 / Dr. Veronique Desaulniers-Chomniak
Review by Kathy Parsons
When Dr. Veronque Desaulniers contacted me recently about reviewing her new book, Heal Breast Cancer Naturally - 7 Essential Steps to Beating Breast Cancer, I had just reached the 5-year anniversary of my own journey with breast cancer, so I was very interested in reading about her approach. “You have cancer” has to be one of the most dreaded and devastating statements in any language and, no matter what the outcome, it affects you for the rest of your life. So that you know where I’m coming from with this review, my own cancer was found early and was very small. I had out-patient surgery to remove the cancerous tissue, but did not need chemo, radiation, or reconstructive surgery. I did take Arimidex for the prescribed five years and had quite a few side effects from that. I just had my 63rd birthday and suspect that I would have a different feeling about some of the suggestions in Dr. V.’s book if I were younger. That said, Dr. V.’s book is very readable and interesting, but some of the seven steps are radical and difficult. Again, if I were younger and facing a dire cancer diagnosis, I think I’d be much more willing to try coffee and green tea enemas, toss out all of the chemicals in the house, have my fillings removed, etc.
That said, Dr. V. has been on a breast cancer journey herself and has worked with many cancer patients. She is a Doctor of Chiropractic with more than 35 years of experience in the wellness industry. She has obviously thoroughly researched and tested the steps she is advocating, but they have not been approved by the FDA, AMA, or any Federal or State agency. Dr. V. herself admits in the book that some of the steps in her program are very difficult and suggests that readers start by using some of the suggestions that resonate with them - which is what I’m doing. I’m sure just about everyone would go out of their way to avoid and prevent cancer, so I do suggest that this book be one that is read in addition to other informational books and websites that address treating and preventing cancer without surgery, chemo and radiation treatments that cause more problems than they really cure. I’m all for healthy living and if this book saves even one life, it is well worth reading.
June 23, 2014