Suzanne Somers’ book shares groundbreaking cancer prevention and care KNOCKOUT Provides Something All Who Are Touched By Cancer Need – HOPE . Knockout by Suzanne Somers, Attacks Cancer Establishment. Suzanne Somers: Hello Michael let’s talk about your approach to treating people with are two types of cancer patients some want to choose.

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Again, more on that later; my speculation may well have been correct, just not in the way I thought at first. I am choking, being strangled to death; it feels like there are two hands around my neck squeezing tighter and tighter. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I thought I had calmly laid out the situation, reassured her that her tumor was treatable, and told her that she might not need chemotherapy.

Jan 16, Lori rated it really liked it. Refresh and try again.

BREAKING: Health Author Suzanne Somers Mostly Wrong About Science, Medicine

When her family arrived to take her home she was crying. I truly do not think the average American is aware of how our Medical system has been hijacked by greed. I also believe that many folks eyes are being opened and many Dr. Do yourself and those you love a favor, read Everyone should read this book.

Over the past 30 years, despite government investment, he has failed to provide compelling data that his expensive treatments work. Did she start any new supplements recently?


Suzanne wants the reader to understand that there are other options out there instead of the typical chemo and drugs that most people get. Unfortunately, as less invasive means of treating breast cancer were developed, such as lumpectomy, the part of the operation that carried the most morbidity was the axillary dissection. This book is also bold and real in the way that it shares first-hand stories about the corrupted and profit-driven collaborations between the pharmaceutical companies and the FDA as well as the narrow-minded and arrogant approach to pedagogy in medicine.

Most importantly the book has lots of information on the efficacy of certain treatments, and the science behind why some of them work and others do not.

Suzanne Sommers has been treated conventionally and holistically for cancer. This book has a lot of useful information about alternative medicines for cancer.

BREAKING: Health Author Suzanne Somers Mostly Wrong About Science, Medicine

We all know someone with cancer or who has had cancer and we are likely to get it one day. Many would have gone away silently, I applaud her for exposing her experience.

Although my father passed away.

Imagine yourself having survived breast cancer and then, eight years later, being admitted to a hospital for something else and being told that you had widespread metastases. Many of us go to conventional doctors for conventional treatment because that is all we know.

Best of all, the risk of lymphedema from the procedure very, very small, far smaller than it is for axillary dissection removing all the lymph nodes.

Basically, an SLN biopsy is preformed by injecting both a radioactive dye and a blue dye usually Lymphazurin Blue into the breast. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Be that as it may, the very suzanns thing that any competent oncologist would demand euzanne initiating chemotherapy is a tissue diagnosis, either from a needle biopsy or other tissue, to prove that there was cancer and to identify the type of cancer, so that the correct chemotherapy could chosen.


In fact, far fewer women now undergo the procedure than in the past, and it is even coming under question whether a woman with a positive SLN truly needs a full axillary dissection.

Thank God, because when you are stunned and on medication, things get foggy. It is biased knockkut towards that approach.

Jul 06, deZengo rated it it was amazing Shelves: As I said before, I plan on looking at Knockout and writing a more formal review once I get my copy to read.

Because it doesn’t work. A very worthwhile book, somewhat hard to read.

Suzanne Somers’ Knockout: Dangerous misinformation about cancer (part 1) – Science-Based Medicine

Hardcoverpages. So the oncologist who saw Somers first was a world-class jerk. Diagnosed with breast cancer a decade ago, she had a lumpectomy and radiation, but declined chemotherapy, as she did more recently when briefly misdiagnosed with pervasive cancer. About an hour later I got a frantic page kmockout the floor.