September 28, 2016

Is There A Cure For Cancer? Yes! – A Conversation With Valerie Warwick, RN – (part 2) – Episode 37


As a young adult caring for both of her ill parents, Valerie Warwick realized her natural ability as a nurse, and her interest in the healing arts grew. Valerie graduated with her nursing degree in 1997. Her nursing career led her into Oncology where she spent 17 years in direct patient care, in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.  During that time Valerie obtained her certification as an Oncology Nurse Specialist and developed a strong clinical background in all aspects of patient care.

In 2009 Valerie’s focus began to change after experiencing her own health challenges. Using whole food nutrition, and the principles and practices of Functional and Orthomolecular Medicine, Valerie realized a profound change in her own health as she incorporated these practices into her own life.  She realized that allopathic medicine perpetuated a shift in metabolism, and in the way the body was able to utilize the basics of water, oxygen and nutrients.  It was a profound awakening and it completely changed her paradigm. She realized that treating illness by suppressing symptoms and the body’s immune system never brought healing to anyone. Valerie realized that toxins and micronutrient deficiencies are the most widespread and dangerous health condition of the 21st century and that true healing can only come by removing the burden of toxins, followed by restoring the immune system through nutrients, real – nutrient dense food, water, oxygen, sunlight, movement, spiritual awareness and the joy of healthy loving relationships.

Valerie’s desire is to help others rediscover and restore their health and vitality by supporting the body’s own ability to heal itself given the right environment. Valerie’s passion and life’s purpose is to help in this regard.

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We often hear people talk about how great it would be if a cure for cancer could be discovered. Some of the saddest news in all the world is that many cures for cancer already exist but the established medical community won’t accept them or tell the public about them. Why? It isn’t to their benefit to do so.

My guest today is Valerie Warwick, a retired oncology nurse who left her chosen profession because she saw how traditional cancer treatments like chemotherapy not only didn’t work, they made the patients treated by them worse. She left oncology to start her own health coaching practice aimed specifically at cancer patients.

One of the most important things Valerie is able to give her clients is the knowledge that there are ways to test their blood to discover not only if they have cancer (long before other detection methods will discover it), but also what kind of cancer it is, where it is in their body, and how to treat it with alternative methods. I bet you didn’t know tests with that kind of specificity even existed. But they do. Find out how Valerie uses them to save people’s lives, in this conversation.

Once you  know that you have cancer, what can you do not just to stave it off, but to cure it? Valerie Warwick talks with me on this episode of the podcast about the many varieties of treatment and how they have been shown to have tremendous results in curing cancer. If you want to get outside the box of the cancer treatment industry to find something that can really help you, this episode is the perfect place to start.

In this episode, we discuss a number of alternative treatments for curing cancer. That includes detox, diet changes, ozone and oxygen treatments, chelation, intravenous treatments including Vitamin C, and a handful of machines that treat cancer in specific ways. You will hear so many alternatives to the typical chemo-poisoning routine that you’ll finish this episode with the hope that your cancer can actually be cured. And you’ll have a great, trusted resource in Valerie to turn to if you need help finding the right treatment for you or your loved one.

Outline Of This Great Episode

  • [1:59] Deborah’s introduction to this episode about alternative treatments for cancer.

  • [4:46] How western medicine treats cancer VS alternative methods.

  • [7:26] How testing can determine exactly what YOUR body needs.

  • [13:00] The role of heavy metal testing in detection of cancer.

  • [15:35] Facing the fear of finding out about your cancer risk.

  • [18:45] Looking at alternative treatments for a positive diagnosis.

  • [23:51] Why meat and dairy are not the best diet options.

  • [29:48] The use of ozone and oxygen to treat cancer.

  • [36:00] Vitamin C therapy as a cancer treatment.

  • [40:37] Various machines used for alternative treatments.

  • [49:30] The experience Valerie had switching to her own business.

  • [55:47] How you can connect with Valerie.

  • [57:42] The emotional aspects of healing.

Resources Mentioned On This Episode

The 12 questions you should ask your Doctor about chemotherapy:

If you’re considering chemotherapy, here are 12 very important questions to ask your oncologist BEFORE you schedule any chemo treatments. The purpose of this list is to empower you to take charge of your cancer. No one is more interested in saving your life than you are, and this list will help you in making smart clinical decisions.

  1. What is the goal of the chemo for my cancer? Is this a cure? Doctors rarely use the word “cure.” Instead they say things like “remission” or discuss 5 and 10-year survival rates. Be clear on the expectations of a treatment plan.

  2. What are the chances that the chemotherapy treatment will work for me, for my cancer? Again, know what goal you are looking to reach: a cure, tumor reduction, or removal of symptoms. Ask: “After the chemo will I be cured, in remission, or do you anticipate I will need further treatment?”

  3. What chemo-sensitivity testing will you do to determine which chemotherapy agent to use? Despite the protestations of most oncologists, there is no one right treatment for any cancer. All the while, patients are given drugs that do not have the capacity to work for that particular person, often leading to failure and unnecessary suffering. Medical oncologists are increasingly encouraged to adhere to the standards defined by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines, regardless if the treatments even work or will work for the individual seeking treatment. These guidelines offer recommendations for treatments by diagnosis, based on the response for the “average” patient. But cancer patients are anything but average, and there are no average outcomes. Each cancer patient and each cancer has its own unique characteristics. Sensitivity testing takes some of the guesswork out of the equation by using specialized lab tests to predict how well a particular chemotherapy will work.

  4. What is your opinion on taking supplements during treatment? While most supplements are completely safe to take during treatment and can actually boost the efficacy of treatment, many allopathic (conventional) doctors have not been trained in this subject.

  5. What are my other options if I decline treatment? You are asking this to uncover the doctor’s knowledge of available alternative therapies.

  6. What lifestyle changes will I need to make to improve the outcome of the treatment and protect my body during treatments?

  7. How will you nourish and protect my healthy cells while you’re killing my cancer cells? Also ask how they recommend you detox from the chemotherapy treatment afterwards.

  8. What will your proposed chemotherapy treatment do to my cancer stem cells?

  9. How will you support my immune system during treatment?

  10. What will you do if I become resistant to chemo treatment?

  11. How will this treatment change the cancer environment? Ask if it will only kill the cancer that is there and leave you vulnerable to more cancer? Oncologists don’t always share that once the immune system is depressed, the cancer stem cells can go on to create more cancer.

Would you give this same chemotherapy treatment to your spouse or children, and if not, what would you give them? Would you take it yourself?