Dr. Willem Serfontein offers everyone a valuable medical companion with the release of Cancer Diagnosed: What Now?. He provides a survey of the literature and guidelines to effective treatment to aid both doctors and patients.
Specific medical matters have not escaped Dr. Serfontein?s attention: Cancer Diagnosed: What Now? has exploded numerous myths and brought new hope to many who were having only their symptoms treated by conventional therapies alone. In this book, the ?confrontation? is between the patient and the road back to complete health. The axiom that cholesterol is the cause of cardiovascular disease is scrutinised in the light of extensive literature intentionally. Again, the benefits of lifestyle and nutrition ? centrally, nurturing of the immune system ? are shown to be the soundest weapons in the prevention of and recovery from heart disease. The possibilities of stem-cell treatment are touched on.
Cancer Diagnosed: What Now? is not a prescription for the treatment of cancer but seeks to provide important information from the literature which is essential for the patient and his or her doctor in order to select the best treatment options for his or her problem. It dispels both conventional medical myths and alternative cancer myths and provides an overview of the process of carcinogenesis which can be readily understood by non-professional readers.
Dr. Willem Serfontein has become known and respected for his groundbreaking publications on nutrition and wellness. Dr. Serfontein is an expert in the fields of cancer, cardiovascular disease, asthma, and the healing benefits of food stuff. One of his discoveries as a researcher has been the presence of carcinogenic nitocamine in cigarette smoke. As an emeritus professor in Chemical Pathology, Dr. Serfontein is currently developing nutritional supplements. He is the co-author of Your Heart: The Unrefined Facts and author of Nuwe nutrisie vir die nuwe millennium, as well as 74 authoritative research articles in international medical and scientific publications.