Nurse Refuses Conventional Treatment for Breast Cancer: A Reblog From “Chris Beat Cancer” Website


Suzan Macco, R.N., was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer in 2007. She decided on alternative medicine to treat it. Here is her story…

Hearing the words “you” and “have cancer” in the same sentence was overwhelming. I couldn’t process it. It’s an unimaginable shock. Why, when I was promoting natural health, would I get cancer? Why me?

It was frightening for sure. But I started to believe that I could use this too. As I realized this, peace came over me and I knew I would be okay in spite of the type of journey I knew all too well that I would have to take.  Read more here.

Suzan has a Twitter account and a blog you can visit.

Be well and stay informed!



Jared Bucey Stage 4-Lymphoma Conqueror


In the cover article of the February 2015 issue of Green Living magazine, you met Jared Bucey, a 17 year old who replaced chemotherapy treatments with holistic home care after being diagnosed with Stage-4 Lymphoma. Today, the self- proclaimed Kid Against Chemo has an excellent bill of health, strong energy levels, and a complete lack of pain. Read more here.

Jared has a Facebook page and wrote a book about his wellness journey.


Be well and stay informed!


Dr. Rath Research Institute, Santa Clara, California

Dr. Rath Research Institute

Dr Rath’s discoveries and research set up new therapeutic directions and present a real chance to control cancer, all of which had not been possible with conventional medicine approaches. We have demonstrated that a specific combination of natural substances (vitamins, amino acids, polyphenols and other micronutrients) working in biological synergy can successfully control critical aspects of malignancy in our body, such as:

  • Curtail metastasis (the spread of cancer to  other organs)
  • Inhibit tumor growth
  • Decrease tumor angiogenesis (formation of new blood vessels feeding tumors)
  • Trigger natural death of cancer cells through apoptosis.

Based on Dr Rath’s discovery, our research focuses on a common pathological mechanism in all types of cancers which is the degradation of collagen and other components of connective tissue. Enzymatic destruction of this tissue which surrounds and binds all cells in our body together is essential for cancer cells to migrate in the tissue and spread to other organs in the body. The activity of connective tissue digestive enzymes correlates with cancer aggressiveness.