Whenever we put up information on alternative treatments that have not been properly/Scientifically tested, we receive a few angry emails.
They say" we are trying to prevent people with cancer from getting effective treatment".
That is really not what we wish to do.
What concerns us is that potential treatments, like these on this page, are often sold for a great deal of money. And people with cancer can be vulnerable. It is understandable that patients or relatives will try anything if they think it might work. And that people really do want to believe that they work. But some alternative 'therapies' are just money making businesses targeting people who are sick and very vulnerable.
Our message is
Be careful
Make sure you look into all the information that is available
Talk to your own cancer doctor before you buy


The malignant tumor is really the best your body can do, given the circumstances. We can think of the tumor as a natural defense of our body, developed through evolution, which is taking place while our body is trying to tell us that now is enough! Unless you do something to correct huge imbalances inside your body/mind/spirit, you are going to be very ill .

Early Warniing Signs of Cancer
Cancer types
Suggested Do's and
Daily Protocol
Hourly Protocol
Melatonin/Cancer Connection
Herbs/ Herbal Mixtures
Rife machines
MWO multi wave oscillator
Ozone Therapy
CDs to help the healing process


Early Warning Signs

Early Warning Signs of Cancer

Use Caution!

Early detection is your best defense against cancer. Cancer can cause a variety of symptoms, depending on the site of the disease. Recognizing the symptoms and knowing when to seek treatment can save your life. Notify your doctor immediately if you experience any of the following seven cancer warning signs, as identified by the American Cancer Society:

1. Changes in bowel or bladder habits -- Diarrhea, constipation, or narrowing of the stool that lasts for more than a few days or any rectal bleeding or blood in the stool can be symptoms of colorectal cancer. Changes in bladder habits, including frequent urination or feeling as if you need to go but not being able to urinate, or any blood in the urine may be symptoms of bladder cancer. But, there may be other causes for these problems, so see your doctor for evaluation.

2. Sores that don't heal -- The most common sign of skin cancer is a change on the skin, such as a growth or a sore that won't heal. Sometimes there may be a small lump. This lump can be smooth, shiny and waxy looking, or it can be red or reddish brown. Skin cancer may also appear as a flat red spot that is rough or scaly. Not all changes in the skin are cancerous, but a doctor should be seen if changes in the skin are noticed.

3. Obvious changes in a mole or wart --Spots on the skin that change in size, shape, or color should be seen by a doctor right away. Any unusual sore, lump, blemish, marking, or change in the way an area of the skin looks or feels may be a sign of skin cancer, especially the more serious form, malignant melanoma.

4. Unusual vaginal bleeding or discharge -- If you have gone through menopause, it is especially important to report unusual bleeding or spotting to your health care provider. These may be symptoms of uterine cancer. The majority of patients diagnosed with uterine sarcoma have complained of post-menopausal bleeding or, if still menstruating, spotting or bleeding between periods.

5. A new lump or thickening in a breast or elsewhere -- Change such as development of a lump or swelling, skin irritation, redness or dimpling, nipple pain or retraction, or a discharge other than breast milk, should be seen by your health care provider for evaluation.

6. Difficulty swallowing or frequent indigestion -- These may be signs of pharyngeal, esophageal or stomach cancer. Other symptoms may include unintended weight loss, lack of appetite, abdominal pain or vague discomfort in the abdomen, usually above the umbilicus (navel), a sense of fullness in the upper abdomen, nausea, heartburn, indigestion, or ulcer-type symptoms

7. A bothersome cough or hoarseness --Symptoms that do not improve within two weeks should be evaluated by a doctor as they may indicate laryngeal, hypopharyngeal or lung cancer. Other symptoms to report include sore throat, trouble swallowing, pain with swallowing, trouble breathing, ear pain that doesn't go away, lump or mass in the neck.

Do not rely solely on these warning signs to detect cancer. Follow your doctor's or health care provider's recommendations for screening tests, such as mammograms and colon cancer screenings.

When these or other symptoms occur, they are not sure signs of cancer. Symptoms may be caused by infections, benign tumors, or other problems. It is important to see a doctor if you have any of these symptoms or if you are concerned about other changes in your body or the way you feel. Only a doctor can make a diagnosis. Don't wait to feel pain. Early cancer usually does not cause pain.

Early Warning Signs

If you have any of these early warning signs, contact your physician. Early detection is essential for improved survival for patients with cancer. Although these signs may seem vague, they may indicate that cancer is present.
Change in bowel or bladder habits
A sore that does not heal
Unusual bleeding or discharge
Thickening or lump in breast or elsewhere
Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing
Obvious change in a mole or wart
Nagging cough or hoarseness
Change in Bowel or Bladder Habits
Change in bowel habits may be a sign of colorectal cancer. Constipation or diarrhea accompanied by abdominal pain may indicate that there is a tumor blocking your colon. A major symptom of cancer in the rectum is discharge of blood with bowel movements.

A Sore that does not Heal
A sore that does not heal may be related to cancer. Smokers and people who use chewing tobacco may develop oral leukoplakia. Oral leukoplakia are rough white patches which form in the mouth. These patches may develop into cancer.

Unusual Bleeding or Discharge
Unusual bleeding or discharge from the rectum, bladder or vagina may indicate signs of cancer.

Thickening or Lump in Breast or Elsewhere
Thickening or a lump in the breast can be signs of breast cancer. Other signs of breast cancer include retraction of the nipple, nipple discharge, pain or tenderness in that area. Cancer of the testis may present with a lump in the testicular area.

Indigestion or Difficulty in Swallowing
Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing can be a symptom of esophageal or stomach cancer. People with esophageal cancer may complain that food "feels stuck" when they eat.

Obvious Change in a Mole or Wart
Obvious change in a mole or wart (or darkening of a previously normal area) can be a sign of melanoma, or skin cancer. See Melanoma - A Guide For Patients for more information.

Nagging Cough or Hoarseness
Nagging cough or hoarseness may be early signs of lung cancer, which is the number one killer in women and men who have cancer.


NOTICE: Due to FDA TGA MOH (plus other institutions with a vestige interest) regulations and various state laws, no medical claims can be made for alternative therapys and technology. All of the information expressed herein must be considered theoretical and unproven and for experimental research only