A Crash Course on Cancer Survival
“Since I was first diagnosed with cancer in 1995 I have learned more about cancer than I ever wanted to know,” says best-selling author and national radio personality Larry Burkett.
What has Burkett learned? Well, among other things, he’s found that:
- the single most important factor in cancer survival is faith
- the opposite of faith is fear and it must be conquered
- not all cancer treatments work for everyone
- technology improves daily and offers more varied treatment options
- some alternative therapies offer much promise
It is these time-proven, common sense lessons that Burkett shares with readers in this candidly personal book. Whether you or someone you know has received a cancer diagnosis, this book offers a healthy dose of wisdom. Or, as Burkett would define it, “useable knowledge” offered by someone who has been where you are.
Burkett’s theme, which rings throughout this handy volume like a chorus:
“No medical doctor is really responsible for your health; you are responsible for your health. Doctors may help guide, give alternatives, advise, and administer whatever therapy you choose, but it’s your body, and you must make the final decisions.”