"I recommend I Have Cancer: What Should I Do?
to all of my patients. It is the best guide I have found." (Victor Marcial, M.D., Oncologist)
"This is not your average book about cancer. The authors clearly show how to manage various cancers with nutrition. Chapter 3, "Food as a Cancer Medicine," is a must-read for those with a family history of, or those who have, cancer. Chapter 7 contains stories of patients with various types of malignancy who have successfully used orthomolecular/nutritional treatment. The authors base their work on published, peer-reviewed research. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in nutrition and cancer treatment and prevention.
(James A. Jackson, Ph.D.)
"All too often, oncologists give cancer patients little guidance on ways to use nutrition and supplements to aid their recovery and prevent recurrence. I Have Cancer: What Should I Do?
fills this gap.
It explains the orthomolecular (high-dose supplement) program that the authors themselves would follow if diagnosed with cancer. Commented Dr. Abram Hoffer: 'Oncologists have to learn not to destroy hope. I have seen too many of these so-called hopeless cases recover.' I Have Cancer: What Should I Do?
teaches people self-care and gives much-needed words of hope."(Townsend Letter)
About the Author
Michael J. Gonzalez, D.Sc, Ph.D., is a professor at the school of Public Health, University of Puerto Rico. He has authored over 100 scientific publications and has earned several research awards for his work on nutrition and cancer. Jorge R. Miranda-Massari, Pharm.D., is the author of numerous scientific publications and the creator of the first course in integrative medicine at the University of Puerto Rico's School of Pharmacy. Andrew W. Saul, Ph.D., is assistant editor of the "Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine", editor of "The Vitamim Cure" series, and the author of "Fire Your Doctor!" and "Doctor YourSelf"