KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Cancer – Step Outside The Box (Part 1)

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Posted on 15th August 2011 by admin in Super Health |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy interviews best-selling author Ty Bollinger about the impact of cancer on his family and what his research taught him about the power of natural treatments for the disease. Ty’s story is compelling and touching – a story you may well be able to relate.

Audio Transcription

KC: Welcome to Living Fuel TV. I’m KC Craichy. Few things strike fear in the heart of man more than the diagnosis of cancer, or the potential diagnosis of cancer. Today, we have special guest, Ty Bollinger. Ty, God bless you. Welcome.

Ty: Thank you for having me, KC. I appreciate it, brother.

KC: My pleasure. Ty is the author of a book called, “Cancer: Step Outside the Box.” This is an important book, Ty, because it has a story. This is not just scientific research, or going and doing research. You had a crisis in your life. Tell us the story behind this book.

Ty: Sure. It is. It’s a book of a story of my parents. My parents were both diagnosed with cancer. The first cancer diagnosis was my father in 1996 on July the first. He died 25 days later. That’s what began my cancer research journey. Several years later, my mother died of cancer. The purpose of the book, for me, was to honor my parents. They both died of cancer. I began to research alternative, natural, holistic type treatments for cancer, and I realized there’s a lot of treatments out there that people don’t know about. I literally did thousands of hours of research, and I wanted people to have the benefit of that research, so I compiled it into this book. I guess the two main purposes of the book are this: number one, to honor my father and mother. I’m a Christian, and God says honor your parents. I thought there was no better way to honor mom and dad than to put their stories in my book. The second reason was to put this information in the hands of people that may have had a cancer diagnosis so that they can have the knowledge to make an informed decision about which way they’ll go with their treatment.

KC: When they typically go into a typical scenario, they’re told you have this sort of cancer and you’ve got to start treating it right away with this, and not told of any alternatives.

Ty: Yes. The typical scenario is you’re diagnosed with cancer. The doctor says you’ve got to start chemo, radiation and/or surgery. We’ve got to cut it out immediately; otherwise, you’re going to die. Not surprisingly, that strikes fear into the heart of the person that has that diagnosis. The doctor, who they’ve been taught to believe, has just told them that they’re going to die if they don’t do what he says. His only options, that he’s been taught in medical school, it’s not his fault, it’s just what medical schools teach, chemo, radiation, surgery, the big three, what I call them in the book, the only options for cancer. The truth of the matter is there are lots of other options for cancer that are natural. God’s made numerous herbs, vitamins, minerals, plant foods, phytonutrients that selectively target cancer cells that are a great option for people that have had a cancer diagnosis. Unfortunately, like my parents, most people don’t know about them.

KC: Well, most oncologists are well-meaning individuals who are trying to save people’s lives.

Ty: Yes.

KC: A lot of people are raising money for these causes because their heart is trying to help people.

Ty: Yes.

KC: But the thing is that while doctors, by law, have to give you your alternatives, they are not required to go outside the standard of care to give alternatives. That’s why, when you go on the Internet, one of the most searched things are cancers and cancer therapies and so on and so forth. While there’s a lot of charlatans out there, there are, like you say, legitimate therapies that people have been healed of cancer without chemo and radiation in numerous… Obviously, all healing eventually comes from God.

Ty: Yes.

KC: Any honest doctor will tell you they don’t heal anybody, they just try to set the body up so that it can heal itself.

Ty: Correct.

KC: So, that’s the whole thing. With chemo, the goal is really – and radiation – to kill off the invader before you kill off the host.

Ty: Which, oftentimes doesn’t happen. Oftentimes, you kill the host, the person, first. I’m glad you mentioned that about oncologists and doctors. I want to make it clear, and it’s very clear in the book but I still get accused of being anti-doctor. I’m not anti-doctor at all. I think that, as you mentioned, most doctors have a heart for their patients. They want to help them. They want to heal them. The problem is they’ve just been taught the wrong thing. If you’ve been taught the world’s flat, it’s not your fault that you think the world’s flat, it’s the person’s fault that taught you that because you’ve been taught a bad protocol. Oncologists don’t know about a lot of these treatments in there, so it’s not their fault.

KC: I have to say, I do know a lot of them who are exceedingly interested in these kind of things.

Ty: Yes.

KC: In fact, there’s a lot of doctors who’ve bought your book. I’ve seen a lot of the reviews from doctors about your book. They have a thirst for this kind of knowledge, but in the conventional realm, there is no way to teach these kind of therapies.

Ty: They’re not taught. Yeah.

KC: So obviously, there are certain things that one needs to go through in order to make the body more resistant to these kind of invaders.

Ty: Correct.

KC: In my book I talk about a thing called angiogenesis. I talk about three different processes, four, actually, glycation, inflammation, oxidation, and angiogenesis. Really, through nutrition and lifestyle factors, you can really control a lot of these factors which disease progression is based on.

Ty: Yes. Angiogenesis, real quick, is a cancer tumor forming blood supply.

KC: Yeah. Actually, angiogenesis is designed to be good in the body. If you twist your ankle …

Ty: When we’re relating to cancer, it’s bad, though.

KC: Exactly. When it hooks in a nutrition supply, then you’ve got a big problem.

Ty: Then, you’ve got a tumor that’s alive.

KC: So, I think what you’ve put out here is this is not a book about your knowledge of what’s going on out there. This is a book about the… I read one of the quotes in here about that standing on the shoulders of geniuses is how you really find information out.

Ty: Yeah.

KC: The works in here have a lot of power and a lot of success in treating cancer. I look forward to getting into some of those, but also into teaching the people more about how to prevent the onset of disease in their lives.

Ty: That’s the key; prevention is the key. Modern medicine does not prevent disease. The focus is to treat the symptoms that are caused by the disease. Real health comes from preventing disease, from being proactive in your health, not treating the cancer after it’s already devoured your body, but being proactive so that you’re never diagnosed with the cancer to start with.

KC: Exactly.

Ty: Prevention’s the key.

KC: You mentioned a study to me, yesterday, I believe, about oncologists that wouldn’t take chemo.

Ty: Yeah. It was a study that was done at McGill, McGill Cancer Clinic in Toronto, Canada. I believe Toronto, it may have been Montreal, but it’s in Canada. They did a study about 15 years ago. Oncologists were surveyed discretely, privately, of course. Would they or their loved ones submit to chemo if they were diagnosed with cancer? Of 63 or 64 oncologists that were surveyed, I think 58 said no. Over 90% of the oncologists said they would not take the chemo. These are the professionals that know all there is to know about these drugs and they won’t take them themselves. That should tell you something about the toxicity of chemotherapy. Another thing we were talking about briefly yesterday is I get emails from doctors and oncologists that want to know what to do to treat cancer from me because they don’t know and they won’t do the chemo.

KC: Right. The thing is, it’s not my goal, and I don’t think it’s yours, to tell the viewers what to do about their cancer.

Ty: No. I want to give them an option to read.

KC: Give them information. The thing is my people perish for lack of knowledge.

Ty: Isaiah, yeah.

KC: I would suggest that any time you have a disease that you have been diagnosed with that you do your own research. Listen to what the doctor has to say, because he has some expertise in the area, but there is more expertise that he has not been exposed to that you need to input before you make a decision.

Ty: It’s your decision. That’s the key. The book is not to tell people what to do. If somebody emails me and says, “What should I do to treat my cancer,” I won’t tell you. Not my job, not a doctor, I can’t prescribe medicine. I will tell you read the book and you’ll get some knowledge, then you can choose yourself.

KC: Right.

Ty: It’s all about having the knowledge to make an informed decision.

KC: Well, I look forward to the next segment, brother.

Ty: Thank you, KC.

KC: God bless you.

Ty: Appreciate it. God bless you, too, brother.

KC: I hope you enjoyed it. God bless you, and have a great day.

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