KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Cancer – Step Outside The Box (Part 2)

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Posted on 16th August 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy interviews best-selling author Ty Bollinger about what started his quest to learn about ways to prevent and treat cancer.

Audio Transcript

KC: Welcome to LivingFuelTV. I’m KC Craichy. Cancer: Is it a death sentence? Today, we’re with special guest, Ty Bollinger, author of “Cancer: Step Outside the Box”. Again, the last segment was very, very interesting because we covered a lot of ground on the current way cancer is treated and some of the alternatives not really being known in the conventional circles. Now, let’s get a little more where the rubber meets the road, because basically everyone listening has some connection with someone that has a cancer issue if it’s not themselves. So, you had said an amazing World Health Organization statistic a moment ago…

Ty: One in two men, one in three women that are alive today will face a cancer diagnosis. It’s pervasive. It’s throughout society. Everyone has been touched with cancer.

KC: Everyone’s been touched. So, if you don’t mind dealing with a story of personal hurt for you, your parents died of cancer. Let’s go back to, say, your father. You didn’t know anything about this, you didn’t know anything that is in your book at the time. What happened, what was the chain of events, and what might you have done differently had you known what you know today?

Ty: Great questions, KC. To be honest with you, I had initially intended to write a book just about my father’s 25 days from diagnosis to death, and it was so painful to go over it that I had to wait three or four years after he died to begin writing because I couldn’t even think about it. By that time, I’d forgotten so much that I didn’t have enough information for a book so it’s the first chapter of this book. You really get to know my father. He was diagnosed. He had been having stomach pains for several weeks. He was a man of almost perfect health, we thought. He ate right. He knew about hydrogenated oils and a lot of the stuff that are really cancer causers before all this happened. He was just learning all these things when he was diagnosed. We thought he was the picture of health. As a matter of fact, three weeks before he was diagnosed, he went out – he was a basketball player – he had 100 free throws in a row in his backyard having cancer. The guy was amazing. I miss Dad. He was an amazing man. He was diagnosed July 1st, 1996, and 25 days later he died. They did do a total gastrectomy. They took out his entire stomach. They went in for what they thought were gall stones and the doctors came out several hours later and said his stomach’s full of cancer. We said, “What do we do?” And they said, “The only thing we can do is cut it out.” So, we let the doctor cut it out. Basically, over the course of the next 25 days, dad bled to death. He had 18 or 19 blood transfusions over the next three-plus weeks.

KC: So, let me ask the question, did your Dad die of cancer?

Ty: No. Adenocarcinoma is listed as the cause of death, I believe, on the death certificate. No. He didn’t die of cancer, he died from the surgery to fix the cancer.

KC: Which is unfortunately often the case.

Ty: Yes.

KC: Many people die of complications from treatments, but they don’t really die of the original cause.

Ty: Right. That’s exactly what happened to my father. He died from the surgery to remove the cancer. I firmly believe if I had known what I know now, if I’d known it then, I would have told the doctor, “Sew him back up. We’re not going to take out his stomach. We’re going to begin treating it naturally.” That’s what we would have done differently. We would have begun to detox his colon because I know he had a toxic colon, and we would have begun to do a full-body detox on him. We would have begun boosting his immune system. We would have begun using a supplement. If we had super greens then, LivingFuel SuperGreens, I would’ve started using it then. It’s a great immune booster. Those are the different things that we would have done then if he had the knowledge. We didn’t have the knowledge, sp we went with the conventional doctors. They were doing the best they could. They were going with the knowledge they had, and it didn’t work.

KC: As we know, there’s no real silver bullet for cancer in a product or anything. Obviously, at the end of the day all healing comes from God.

Ty: That’s right.

KC: Let’s back up a little bit. Let’s say you go back to that situation now, and you don’t have all of this knowledge of the alternatives, but you do have all the knowledge you have now with regard to what questions you might ask the doctor. So, a lot of times this happens. People are in an emergency situation and the doctor comes out and says we have an emergency, you have to act now. How does one find out if this is a today life-or-death emergency or is it “Hey, I’m in there anyway, I need to deal with it while I’m in there?” How do you find out? What questions do you ask and what resource do you find? What doctor can you call and say, “Hey, what do I do here? They’re saying it’s an emergency and they need an answer right now.”

Ty: In the book I have a list in the appendix of clinics where there are natural and holistic doctors that are available for you to call and consult with. So, that would be something I would do differently now. If there was somebody in our family now, I’ve got a list of doctors I can call who are going to look at cancer from a holistic perspective that you can talk to.

KC: “Doctor, I need a few minutes. I’m going to go in here and pray, make a couple of phone calls, and just trust the Lord for that one moment of time and get some wisdom as to which way to go.”

Ty: Here’s the key, KC. You’ve got to have the knowledge before you go. That’s why I think this book is so important. It gives people knowledge on not just how to treat cancer but how to prevent cancer, how to stay healthy to start with. If they are diagnosed, they know what questions to ask in order to get a proper treatment course that’s in line with what they believe, in line with how they want to treat their cancer, whether it’s conventionally or holistically, they have the knowledge to do so. If you wait until afterwards to be empowered with the knowledge, it’s too late because now you’re going to be ramrodded by the conventional wisdom.

KC: For the viewers out here who are dealing with this, because we have people obviously right now who have just had a test and the doctor says, “We suspect and we want to do further tests.”

Ty: Sure.

KC: We’ve done many programs here on the dangers of medical radiation and the overuse of CT scans and PET scans and all these things and even mammogram. We’ve seen in the literature that this actually can spark, speed up the cancer.

Ty: Yes. Monica and I were just talking about that earlier. Mammograms cause cancer.

KC: There’s a place for it. That’s the point. There’s a place for those kinds of things, but the overuse of these things is extremely detrimental.

Ty: Advanced thermography, by the way, is the better option than mammograms.

KC: We’ve done shows on that, so we agree with you on that. The point I’m trying to say is that what do people do, what are the questions that they ask? Now, they’re in the situation, they have a suspected diagnosis or even an actual diagnosis. They’ve listened to the person that’s going to give the treatment. That’s one thing. If the investment guy is trying to sell you a stock, you don’t just listen to him and buy stock from him. You get a second opinion and you weigh your options and you do your research.

Ty: If you have a diagnosis of cancer, it’s likely from a biopsy or they’ve done some kind of marker testing to see how elevated certain levels of hormones are in your body. There are certain other markers they test for cancer. You’re going to be able to get your hands on those tests, and you’re going to be able to fax or scan those to some doctors who are holistic. You can say, “Here’s what’s going on. What can you recommend for me? Could you treat this?” These are not quack doctors. These are medical doctors.

KC: There is the gentleman from Sloan-Kettering who went off and did his own cancer options, Ralph Moss. He has a great report.

Ty: Yeah, the Moss Report.

KC: Any kind of cancer you have, you call Ralph Moss and pay him a certain amount of money, he’ll overnight you every treatment for that particular cancer and the success rates and so on.

Ty: He’s one of many that you can consult with.

KC: That is the kind of information you have to have because that is clinical information that you hand your doctor and he cannot argue with. It’s really important that people have information. They’re not just going to go to the Internet and print something out because it could be wacky.

Ty: That’s the problem with the Internet.

KC: You have these credible people. He was the head of Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute. There is this guy and others who you point out in your book. If you can get a report on the medical and alternative ways to treat a certain particular kind of cancer and you know the success rates of each and who’s doing it, then you can make an informed decision.

Ty: Exactly.

KC: It’s awesome. We’ll continue with some more techniques and how to deal with certain situations in future segments.

Ty: That sounds great, KC.

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

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