If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer — any cancer — you may have been approached by folks who recommended you abandon conventional treatments for a more holistic route. It happened to me, and I kindly declined the advice, knowing in my heart and gut that I had to travel the medical path. I’m not saying alternative options don’t have a place in a treatment plan — I mean, I’m definitely an advocate of revamping diets and fitness regimes in the name of survival — but saying ‘No’ to the likes of surgery, chemo, and radiation just wasn’t something I wanted to try.
But Hollie and Patrick Quinn did try. Together, they rejected conventional cancer treatment, and things seem to be working out just fine. It’s been eight years since Hollie was diagnosed, and she is living quite well.
There’s a whole lot more to this story, and you might want to pick up a copy of the Quinn’s book, “You Did What? Saying ‘No’ to Conventional Cancer Treatment.” To view of trailer of the book, and to check out other resources, simply click here.
Then tell me: Could you say ‘No’ to chemo?
Now, there are instances for breast cancer patients in which chemo is not called for. But rejecting all traditional cancer treatments is what this book is about.