This booklet describes several experimental treatments of cancer. The first one serves to enhance an antitumor immune response and to improve quality of life: adapted cold shower. The improvement includes better mood and a reduction of fatigue, nausea, and pain. You can use the proposed approach in addition to (not instead of) your conventional treatment plan. The moderate repeated cooling can allow you to undertake more rounds of chemo-, radiotherapy, or surgical treatment because cooling reduces many side effects of those methods. This approach should improve the chances of survival.
Moderate repeated cooling is free and safe, so it would be reasonable to try it, especially if all other options are exhausted. The proposed method can have rare side effects and may not be appropriate for patients with some leukemias and lymphomas. Talk to your doctor to see if this regimen is right for you. You can show him or her the detailed scientific rationale in my other ebook (see below).
In addition, research shows that physical exercise affects the numbers and activities of natural killer cells and T lymphocytes: the types of immune cells that are primarily responsible for combating cancer. Accordingly, extreme cardio exercise is proposed that offers the maximal benefit with the least time and effort. You can spend 15 seconds on a stationary bike twice a day, 6 days a week.
The current state of science and technology allows us to safely consume raw meat, i.e., to kill virtually all bacteria and parasites while keeping the meat raw or almost raw. One of the chapters describes several benefits of safe raw meat for cancer patients. The fourth experimental treatment is a lifestyle that includes many types of hormesis.