Item description for There's More to Life Than Just Living: A Personal Story about Cancer Survival by Bruce Guilmette...
Overview Dr. Guilmetter faced a very defining moment in time by looking beyond the accepted way of doing things. Through hours of research and diligent study, he created a new paradigm for defeating his cancer. His story confronts cancer, death, life, and encouragement.
Publishers Description What do you do when according to modern medical science your only option is how you will die? The choices are limited. The time is painfully short. This is when it it hits home, There is More to Life Than Just Living. Dr. Guilmette faced that very moment in time by looking beyond the accepted way of doing things. Through hours of research and diligent study, he created a paradigm for defeating his cancer. This is his story about cancer, death, life, and encouragement.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.26" Width: 6.32" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.47 lbs.
Release Date Jan 16, 2007
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 159886629X ISBN13 9781598866292
Availability 0 units.
More About Bruce Guilmette
Dr. Guilmette is a retired research engineer living in Michigan with his wife. He has two children and two grandchildren. He holds a Ph.D. in counseling and works with terminal patients around the globe.
Bruce Guilmette currently resides in Ortonville, in the state of Michigan.
I was diagnosed with cancer in 1989, and, according to "official statistics," have lived nearly 10 years past the average number of years most people do who are diagnosed with this particular cancer. I have lived as long as I have because I have taken charge of my own treatment, and because I have continually educated myself about ALL treatment modalities and health protocols I can. I have taken whatever I could from naturopathic, "alternative" medicine, and I have taken whatever I felt was useful and not harmful from allopathic, or "mainstream" medicine, and I have used them to my advantage.
Today, at the age of 56, no one who has not seen my medical records would know I was ever diagnosed with cancer. No one would know large numbers of other people were diagnosed with the same form of cancer, but that's because they are dead and buried.
Bruce Guilmette has written an excellent book about the very kinds of things I have done, over the years, to live as long and as well as I have with what allopathic mainstream medicine considers a deadly, terminal cancer, and he has written about those things in clear, intelligent, compassionate language. Dr. Guilmette's book is a MUST READ for anyone diagnosed with or living with cancer. Why? Because, after reading what Bruce has to say, the reader who was unfamiliar with the kinds of things Bruce has to say will be 1000% better armed in his fight against cancer, while the reader who already knew some of what Bruce writes about will greatly bolstered and uplifted in his walk with cancer.
A Good Beginning Apr 4, 2007
With the projected statistics for cancer in this country at 1 of 2 Americans will develop cancer in their lifetime, and the HORRIFIC lack of adequate or even HUMANE treatment for a degenerative disease that has been around for more than 6000 years, perhaps longer, Bruce's personal, quiet yet profound story of his life with cancer is more than inspiring.
Unfortunately, given the levels of toxins our bodies are exposed to daily(about 70,000 at last AVAILABLE count), the level of radiation emitted since "Desert Storm" (about the equivalent of 400,000 Hiroshima bombs), I believe Bruce's approach to cancer will become more acceptable, more embraced by HUMAN BEINGS, who refuse to have their BEINGS mutilated, chemically poisoned to the point of "almost death," and radiated (HASN'T IT BEEN PROVEN RADIATION CAUSES CANCER???????????????) in order to "survive" perhaps 5 years. Real statistics on survival for cancer ARE UNAVAILABLE; the medical establishment has so surreally massaged the actual statistics.
I applaude Bruce not only for his vision, but for his determination, and so for his courage to share his journey, his soul's deeping, and his body's healing, naturally, from a disease that is far more dreaded, in my opinion, than it is deadly. May the Goddess be with you always Bruce.
I would highly recommend anyone who has been "presented" with a diagnosis of cancer to read "There's More Life than Just Living."
- Anne Kaspar Santa Fe, NM BodyByBliss (TM) BodyByBliss.com