Food and lifestyle: non-chemo treatments for colon cancer

Is colon cancer curable? To answer the question of whether or not colon cancer can be cured, I invite you to ask Dave the Raw Food Trucker and Chris Wark. I'm sure the conversation will enter into the realm of eating cleanly. I'm also sure that the raw food diet will be discussed. Wark started to eat special salads and began juicing his way to good health. He also started a lymph cleansing program that involved the use of a mini trampoline or rebounder. 10+ years later Wark remains cancer free and in Ricki's words "has become an outspoken advocate of chemo free cancer treatment." What is colon cancer? According to the definition on the Princeton education web site, colon cancer is defined as "a malignant tumor of the colon; early symptom is bloody stools." If considering an alternative treatment yourself, you will face scrutiny from many people from many different walks of life. One thought is that if you believe that you can be cured by the raw food diet, than you can. The opposite also may hold true. If the videos and stories about Dave, Chris and others spark a belief in you, then watch them every single day to reaffirm that belief, especially when others try to instill doubt. On a side note, a childhood friend of mine, his father passed away from cancer just the other day. His doctor diagnosed him a few days before and told him that he would die in a few days. continue http://www.naturalnews.com/041423_colon_cancer_alternative_treatments_healthy_food.html







Staging Colon and Rectal Cancer





The cancer is found only in the innermost lining of the colon. Learn more about treatments for stage 0 colon cancer . Stage I The cancer has spread beyond the innermost lining of the colon to the second and third layers and involves the inside wall of the colon. The cancer has not spread to the outer wall of the colon or outside the colon. Learn more about treatments for stage I colon cancer . Stage II The tumor extends through the muscular wall of the colon, but there is no cancer in the lymph nodes (small structures that are found throughout the body that produce and store cells that fight infection). Learn more about treatments for stage II colon cancer . Stage III The cancer has spread outside the colon to one or more lymph nodes (small structures that are found throughout the body that produce and store cells that fight infection). Learn more about treatments for stage III colon cancer . Stage IV The cancer has spread outside the colon to other parts of the body, such as the liver or the lungs. The tumor can be any size and may or may not include affected lymph nodes (small structures that are found throughout the body that produce and store cells that fight infection). on bing http://www.webmd.com/colorectal-cancer/guide/staging-colon-rectal-cancer