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    I Beat Cancer Holistically: Protocols for Breast, Colon, Lung and Prostate Cancer
    [P-CANCERHOL]

    Price:  $10.95

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    by Daniel J. Goldstone
    ISBN: 978-1-60047-783-6
    90 pgs.

    Did you know the medical community only treats the symptoms of cancer, and it is your responsibility to treat the cause?

    In May 2005, Daniel Goldstone received the shock of his life when he was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. Nine months after traditional treatment, his cancer returned with a vengeance—the tumor was growing at 300 percent a month. After researching all the other traditional treatments, which gave him a 29 percent chance of surviving another four years and would drastically reduce his quality of life, he decided to take an alternative route.

    Today, Daniel is 100 percent in remission due to his holistic approach. His previous book, Advanced Prostate Cancer and Me, has helped many people around the world beat prostate cancer but, over the course of the years, he has discovered that with a few modifications his five main ingredients are just as effective for breast, colon and lung cancer as well.

    In 2011, he recruited people with different stages of cancer to test the effect of his protocol and the results were tremendous, which motivated him to do this book. Daniel’s mission “or calling” in life now is to help others beat the beast!

    “In August 2010, I was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and given only four months to live. My doctor enrolled me in a clinical trial but, having nothing to lose, I also started taking supplements recommended by Daniel. Out of seventy-three participants in the trial, my PSA was the only one to reduce 50 percent. It’s been over two years since my initial diagnosis, and I truly believe Daniel Goldstone’s holistic approach was, and continues to be, an influential factor for my survival.” ~Felix, South Carolina

    Daniel J. Goldstone is a Financial Planner in Michigan and has a B.A. in Economics from Oakland University. He was raised by his parents to question things and to be an independent thinker. He has two children, one of whom is a medical doctor.

    As a child, Daniel was hospitalized for eleven months due to a bleeding kidney. During that time, he went through three different doctors and two hospitals. It was through these experiences he learned that the medical community does not have all the answers and are, indeed, just practicing. This knowledge was instrumental in his taking control of his own cancer treatment.
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