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Can We Cure Cancer? Unveiling The Power of The Mind and Complementary Therapies

women having good time during their run for cancer
women having good time during their run for cancer

Cancer, an uninvited guest in many lives, has been a subject of intense research and discussion for years. Medical experts continuously strive to find a definitive cure for cancer, though the complexity of the disease often thwarts their efforts. Today, we delve into this intricate topic, exploring the role of conventional medicine, complementary therapies, and the revolutionary Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT®) in treating tumours and potentially curing cancer.

Understanding Cancer: The Invader Within

Cancer is a group of diseases characterised by the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells. There are over 200 different types, each originating from a different part of the body and presenting distinct grades, stages, and symptoms. Some cancer types grow slowly, while others spread rapidly.

The Medical System's Stance on Cancer Cure

In the medical sphere, the term "cure" implies the complete eradication of the disease, requiring no further treatment and no anticipation of recurrence. This definition, however, is rarely applied to cancer due to the unpredictable nature of the disease.

Cure Versus Remission

Instead of "cure", medical professionals often use the term "remission". Remission signifies a period when the cancer is responding to treatment or is under control. Remission can be classified into two types:

  1. Complete remission: All signs and symptoms of cancer have disappeared, and no cancer cells can be detected by any tests.

  2. Partial remission: The cancer shrinks but doesn't completely go away.

Even though remission might not guarantee a permanent cure, it can last anywhere from weeks to years.

Survival Statistics

Survival rates are often used to estimate a patient's prognosis. These rates, usually presented as 5-year relative survival rates, describe the percentage of people who are expected to be alive five years after diagnosis.

Complementary Therapies: Partnering with Conventional Medicine

Nearly half of cancer patients use some form of complementary therapy during their illness. These therapies do not cure cancer but can help manage symptoms and improve the patient's overall well-being.

Complementary therapies can be classified into several types:

  1. Traditional Alternative Medicine: Includes acupuncture, homeopathy, and Oriental practices like Ayurveda and Chinese medicine.

  2. Body-Based Practices: Chiropractic and osteopathic medicine, massage, Tai Chi, and yoga.

  3. Diet and Herbs: Dietary supplements, herbal medicine, and nutrition or diet-based approaches.

  4. External Energy Therapies: Electromagnetic therapy, Reiki, and Qigong.

  5. Mind-Based Therapies: Meditation, biofeedback, and hypnosis.

  6. Senses-Based Therapies: Art, dance, music, visualisation, and guided imagery.

These therapies, while not curative, can alleviate symptoms, reduce stress, and improve the general sense of health and well-being. They can also help patients feel more in control of their treatment and recovery.

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT®): Harnessing the Power of the Mind

Marisa Peer, the founder of RTT®, has used the power of her mind to navigate through two cancer diagnoses and a major car accident. RTT® combines cognitive-behavioural therapy, hypnotherapy, and psycho-cybernetics to unlock the power of the subconscious mind.

RTT® and Cancer: A Case Study

RTT® does not claim to cure cancer or any other disease. However, it can be a powerful tool to help patients manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life. For example, one of Marisa Peer's clients, a woman diagnosed with terminal cancer, used RTT® to change her thought patterns and beliefs about her disease. After several RTT® sessions, her tumour markers decreased dramatically, and her quality of life improved significantly.

How RTT® Works with Cancer

RTT® operates based on the principle that our thoughts and beliefs can influence our physical health. This mind-body connection is not a new-age concept, but something that has been recognised and studied by scientists for years.

RTT® uses specific techniques to help patients change their thought patterns and beliefs about their illness. This can help them feel more in control of their treatment and improve their psychological well-being, which in turn can have a positive effect on their physical health.

Success Stories: RTT® and Cancer

Many people have reported positive changes in their health and well-being after undergoing RTT®. For example, one woman who was diagnosed with terminal cancer used RTT® to change her thought patterns and beliefs about her disease. After several RTT® sessions, her tumour markers decreased dramatically, and her quality of life improved significantly.

Conclusion: A Holistic Approach to Cancer Treatment

While the medical community continues its quest to find a definitive cure for cancer, patients can benefit from a holistic approach to their treatment. This includes conventional medical treatments, complementary therapies, and mind-body practices like RTT®. Such an approach can help patients manage their symptoms, improve their quality of life, and potentially increase their chances of remission. Ultimately, the goal is not just to treat tumours or cure cancer, but to help patients live their best, healthiest lives, regardless of their diagnosis.

Despite the complexity and unpredictability of cancer, hope remains. Every day, researchers are making new discoveries, and patients are defying the odds. And as we continue to explore the power of the mind and the potential of complementary therapies, who knows what possibilities the future may hold?

Aya Zebrowska's unique program combines RTT method with Process Oriented Psychology and offers a focused, short term solution for holistic approach to cancer treatment, inquire about her availability now

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