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Cancer is a lot like fire, both need certain things in order to exist and spread. Fire needs air, wood, and dry conditions. Cancer needs a lack of oxygen, extreme acid pH, and a weak immune system. Fire creates smoke and cancer creates tumors. And just as smoke is an indication of fire, a malignant tumor is an indication of a cancerous process that must be stopped. Tumors are symptoms of cancer, and getting rid of them does not eliminate cancer any more than swatting away smoke puts out a fire. This book is about stopping the process that causes tumors to appear. Instead of swatting at smoke, this book helps you put out the fire. Fear Cancer No More begins by discussing the nature of cancer seen from the cellular level. It proceeds to discuss how making the body chemistry less acidic, giving it more digestive enzymes, introducing more oxygen, and strengthening the immune system all make for greater internal healing power. It contains a recipe section, a Q & A section, and information about the benefits of detoxifying the body and reducing stress. The book is written in a user-friendly way as it discusses the nature of cancer as a process that gives rise to tumor symptoms. Most importantly, it's about dietary and lifestyle changes one can initiate to make the body a place where cancer is not welcomed. The first edition of this book, published in 2002, has been well received, and it is believed that this second edition will get an even greater reception.

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