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90 Days to Live: Beating Cancer When Modern Medicine Offers No Hope Kindle Edition
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When an out-of-the-blue cancer diagnosis quickly turned into a 90-days-to-live death sentence from his doctor, Rodney Stamps and his wife Paige defied the medical establishment, and drew their line in the sand.
With both a growing family and business--and given that their doctors promised only to briefly extend his life with chemotherapy--the Stamps gave a resounding "No" to chemo and radiation.
90 Days to Live recounts the Stamps' incredible and inspirational journey to find an alternative answer to cancer. In the end...
They'd beaten cancer while building a million-dollar business.
Following his ALL-natural protocol religiously, Rodney's cancer went into full remission. On top of that triumph, he took his fire-and-safety business--which had just begun to take off when he'd received his cancer diagnosis--into a million-dollar enterprise.
Alternately heart-wrenching and heartwarming--and delivered in an engaging dual-author format--90 Days to Live will speak to anyone struggling with an "incurable" disease, building a business under trying circumstances, or anyone who just loves a good old-fashioned, "beating-the-odds" story.
"...Opting for enzyme therapy as opposed to the devastating prescribed chemotherapy offers a ray of hope for many people who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Yet the book is not only about managing cancer with metabolic interventions, it is about the courage and determination on the part of both Rodney and Paige to stay the course and fight the unwanted intruder in their lives. Offered in a fine he-said she-said format, the points are driven home with one of the most exhilarating "Yes I Can" approaches to be found in the literature. Both Rodney and Paige write well, finding the lightness with the honesty and in the process deliver a tribute to the human spirit that rings clear. Highly recommended both as a solid book and as a font of hope for those facing not only cancer diagnoses but also any major challenge in life."- Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame - Top 100 Reviewer
"A must-read for anyone feeling trapped by their choices and thinking there's no hope."
- Dr. Eric Wood, ND
"An inspirational story for anyone facing a critical health condition."
- Cynthia Olsen, Author
Essiac: A Native Herbal Cancer Remedy
Gold Medal Small Press Book Award
"I recommend the book to anyone seeking a natural and safe approach to survival."
- Dr. E.K. Schandl
Director, American Metabolic Laboratories
"Read this book. It will open your eyes to options you may be unaware of, and give you the power to actually do something about your cancer!"
- George Yu, MD
Aegis Medical & Research Associates, YuFoundation.org, Clinical Professor of Urological Cancer Surgery, George Washington University Medical Center
"In 2005, debut co-author Rodney Stamps discovered a small lump on his collarbone. Then a doctor found another one under his armpit--bigger than a golf ball--which prompted a round of medical tests. Eventually, an oncologist determined that Rodney was suffering from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and that with immediate chemotherapy he could likely secure another five to 10 years of life--but without it, he'd likely be dead within 90 days. The news shocked both Rodney and his wife, debut co-author Paige Stamps. However, he wanted to beat the cancer, not simply postpone its victory, and he was wary of chemotherapy because two of his family members had died while undergoing such treatment.
Against his doctor's vehement orders, Rodney and Paige charted their own course, scouring the internet for unconventional alternatives. They eventually found a book describing a cure that characterized cancer as a "deficiency of the pancreatic enzymes," and they largely attacked the disease with a rigidly restrictive diet along with a regimen of enzymes extracted from New Zealand pigs.
The authors describe Rodney's extraordinary recovery, and the emotional roller-coaster ride that they experienced in the process, with humor and poignancy. They note that the treatments weren't as expensive as chemotherapy, but they weren't cheap, either, and the couple struggled to pay for them while running an alarm-installation business and raising two young daughters.
Along the way, they furnish a fascinatingly instructive critique of traditional medicine and of how doctors are incentivized to avoid recommending alternative cures, which, the authors say, can amount to "professional suicide." Their account is an appropriately balanced one, however, pointing out that the world of alternative medicine is often populated by charlatans who encourage wishful aspiration instead of rigorous thought. Above all, though, this is a love story, as the authors movingly chronicle the arc of their relationship and their unwavering support of each other.
A touchingly triumphant remembrance combined with sober analysis." - Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
- ASIN : B07MFT4H8Q
- Publisher : Verdavia Press, LLC (January 8, 2019)
- Publication date : January 8, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 4338 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 270 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #487,163 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It was troubling that the oncologist gave Rodney less than 90 days to live. This book tells the story of the Stamp's incredible and inspiring journey to find an alternative path which inspires anyone that struggles with an incurable disease.
Rodney used the visualization techniques. When he started getting night sweats, he would visualize a large, sharp sword. He would shrink himself so small that he could enter his body with the sword and float on his red blood cells. And when he encountered a cancer cell, he would slice it to death, figuratively speaking. This shows how he mentally fought his illness. A lot of self - talk and self assesment , -motivation became one of his priorities.
This is a personal story of how Rodney's wife, Paige, dedicated herself to the cause. A lot is said about the role she played and the community's input encountered in the process. The research and associations to fight cancer on an alternative way with a non-chemo treatment plan, became a priority. The protocol he set-up explains all the steps to take -the what, when, where, how and why......giving results and benefits. Rodney also touches on exclusion of therapies and reasons for that step. Safety rules are spelt out and what to avoid. He designed a system like a well-oiled machine.
Advice is given on how to give moral support to a patient and suggestions on how someone needs to be approached for help. But you certainly may not criticize private choices about medical treatment plans. A lot is being saif about ENZYME TREATMENT
Dr. Kelley, Rodney's physician, commented that people rarely actually die from cancer. According to him, the waste products that the malignant tumors give off accumulate in the body, and that is what kills the subject. Without a way to detox, the body can’t heal and rid itself of the cancer. The protocol devised for Rodney incorporates this vision that a patient like Rodney, probably knows more about his cancer and that it should be the job of a cancer patient to assist in research for a remedy. Rodney followed a stringent schedule imaginable, while working 80-hour weeks most of placed time. And he didn’t deviate, not a hair.
Maybe after all these years of Rodney remaining cancer free, finally confirmed that it would be great if some of these patients were given a chance to survive without going through the pain and suffering of chemotherapy and radiation?
His physicians's words:
“I tell them (patients) that you’ve been on watch-and-wait for eight years and that you are a living example of spontaneous remission. It gives them hope!.......... . “You’re one of the healthiest lymphoma patients I’ve ever seen!”
Very good news for the healthy and ill.
2 April 2019
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Doctors suggested that he had just 90 days left to live!
Having experience of family members losing their battle with cancer after following a conventional treatment route, Rodney and Paige searched for alternatives. The choice they made as a team to follow a natural protocol, was challenged by his doctor.
In this memoir both Paige and Rodney share their experiences of the tough journey they faced in finding a way back to good health. Their positive attitude shines throughout.
My own father was diagnosed with the same disease aged 68, and despite a very brave battle he died 14 months later. I hope that Rodney's story will inspire others to seek the best journey towards a cure.
I wish that the protocol was freely available online for the higher number of potential cancer patient would have access to it.