Conventional doctors have a small number of treatments to pick from for each type of cancer. Usually a doctor prescribes the newest treatment because he or she thinks that:

For most diseases conventional treatments work for the majority of patients. This makes selecting the newest treatment a reasonable decision. However, alternative cancer treatments are different because:

This is why a different approach is needed when selecting an alternative cancer treatment.

Regardless of treatment, recovery is much more likely if the emotional component
is addressed. Visit the Tapping DVD page to learn about the simplest and
most effective method to remove emotional bocks to your healing.

Goal of this Page

This page examines the following treatment selection methods and explains how to avoid the common mistakes:

Don't play the numbers game. The treatment that worked on a larger percentage of people than some other treatments is not necessarily the treatment that will work on you.

Conventional Treatment Selection Is Right for Groups Wrong for an Individual

After diagnosis, most conventional doctors prescribe the newest treatment for the disease. Often, the newest treatments are only slightly better than older treatments. The "slightly better" treatment might be the right decision for a large group of patients, but you are an individual. When you understand the difference this makes, you can make a much better treatment choice.

If you look closely at a group of patients that took a specific cancer treatment, you would find a distribution something like this:

Don't forget that everybody's body chemistry is different which dictates:

For each different treatment, different people will have the "very well" result.

Example: If there are 8 treatments with effectiveness ranging from 22% to 28%. Two out of those eight treatments will work for you. Selecting the treatment with the 28% success rate does not help you find those two treatments that will work for you. In other words, selecting the "slightly better" treatment does nothing to help you find the right treatments for your body.

Alternative Treatment Selection Methods

There are three basic treatment selection methods.

Worked for a Friend

Many people take an alternative cancer treatment because it worked for a friend. Although this is not very logical, it is not a bad idea if you have come to strongly believe in the treatment. Many studies have shown significant, positive effects from believing in a treatment even when the "treatment" was a sugar pill. This is why clinical studies are usually double-blind.

Best from Research

Taking an additional treatment because the patient or care giver performed research and found it to be the best treatment is also reasonable. Indeed the Comparison Table, on the Home page, will allow a patient to determine such a treatment very easily. However, neither of these approaches help a patient find the most effective treatments based on his or her unique body.

Impressive Testimonials

Testimonials can be a very powerful tool to help in the healing process because they can boost your belief in a treatment after you select your treatments. However, reading testimonies is a poor method of making a treatment selection. An alternative cancer treatment with only a 5% success rate can still obtain many genuine and impressive testimonials. A selected group of positive testimonials cannot compare to a published study were all of the qualified case histories are presented, the failures as well as the successes.

Reliable Treatment Selection Methods

There are only two reliable methods to find the treatment to which you best respond:

Energetic Selection Method

To quickly obtain your body's response to a group of treatments, you can use a scientific discovery made in the 1950s that wasn't practical until computers were able to quickly perform the calibration needed for each unique person.

In the 1950s Doctor Reinhold Voll, a German biophysicist, found a way of measuring the electrical characteristics of acupuncture points. It is the goal of acupuncture to maintain proper “energy” flow through our bodies. Through a brilliant series of experiments he discovered that he could identify toxic substances that affect a patient’s health. By placing a food or substance near a person the machine would produce a reading that corresponded to the patients reaction as if they ate it. This has been called neurofeedback.

To learn more about the treatment selection method that was developed from this discovery, go to the Principles of Operation* section on the Test Kit page. The Test Kit* page looks like this:

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