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Cancer doesn t scare me anymore

Cancer doesn t scare me anymore

Only 1 thing in the world scares me, this is it.

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Cancer doesn’t scare me anymore! beating her own cancer

Since doctors KNOW that chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery are NOT the solutions to cancer, Dr. Lorraine Day was well aware that physicians are more afraid of cancer than patients.
She’ll explain why you don’t have to be afraid of cancer. She outlines all of the obscure medical jargon you’ll learn from the doctors in words you can understand. You will make calm, educated decisions about the right care option for you if you obey the orderly framework of assessment she provides.

Lorraine day healing cancer

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Cancer doesn’t scare me anymore! beating her

Lorraine Jeanette Day (born July 24, 1937) is an American author, former orthopedic trauma surgeon, and Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at San Francisco General Hospital, as well as an advocate for non-traditional cancer treatments.
She first sparked controversy when she called for patients to be screened for AIDS prior to surgery.
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[two] She began advocating an alternative cancer treatment program in the 2000s, which has been criticized as being deceptive and risky.
Day completed his orthopedic surgery residency at two San Francisco hospitals after graduating from the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine in 1969. She went on to become an associate professor and vice chairman of the Department of Orthopedics at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, as well as the Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at the San Francisco General Hospital. She gained a lot of media coverage in the mid-1980s when there was a lot of concern about the hazards of contracting AIDS by being exposed to the blood of AIDS patients during trauma surgery. Wearing the airborne security suit, which is typically worn to shield vulnerable patients from a doctor’s germs, is one action she suggested. [three] [number four] She wrote AIDS: What the Government Isn’t Telling You, in which she claims that she retired from surgery in 1989 due to the perceived high risk of contracting AIDS. [number four]