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She disagreed with her doctors, rejected their treatment advice, and chose her own path to getting well again. She did this in the face of paralyzing fears of dying .
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In effect, she forged a better path through a thicket of fear, complexity, and pressure.
She forged this path with the help of her husband, working as a team and exhibiting unyielding togetherness. This book chronicles the journey they took together, back to health.
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Hollie Was Just Lucky. Fighting Fire With Fire. I recommend it to healthcare practitioners, patients, and patient's families. It takes the mystery out of 'alternative' medicine and gives you the courage to question 'conventional' medicine. A big thank you to the Quinns for challenging mainstream cancer treatment, pouring their hearts and souls into extensive research, and most of all for sharing this information with the rest of us. I personally am grateful for Hollie's story and information so that I can make more intelligent cancer prevention decisions as well as treatment decisions if I am ever diagnosed with cancer.
She disagreed with her doctors, rejected their treatment advice, and chose her own path to getting well again. Again the angels intervened because her chemo was rescheduled and the clinic found an opening.
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She was already on steroids to mitigate the damage the chemo would do to her when she had that first consultation one day before her chemo treatment. The Centre asked her to delay chemo a week. The Case against Conventional Cancer Treatment. So Holle and her husband Patrick went with the protocols recommended by Donald Yance. This is by the way the same thing I did with changing everything.
How wrong this is when someone is alive and well with the decisions and treatments she chose. It is more than lucky! And have any of her conventional doctors ever asked her what she did do? In those chapters they compare the two approaches to prevention and to monitoring and finding breast cancer through the use of thermograms versus mammograms to mention one thing.
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They are comprehensive chapters on these controversial issues. And by the way, as Patrick mentions in the book, he helped Hollie research. She came to her own decisions.
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What a profound picture of Hollie from the beginning of the book finding out she had cancer and being curled up in a corner of the closet, to this brave courageous woman and couple who did their homework and found a better way for them. And survived and thrived to write and talk about it. Not only did she get well again, but their second child was born in Meeting Hollie and Patrick was one of the highlights of that conference.
Reading their book of decisions and survival in many ways reflected my own decisions and was quite profound.
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It clearly shows all of the flawed thinking, lists all of the statistics, and really gives anyone in the midst of cancer decisions something to think about. It gives one pause that CancerLand has almost everyone marching down the road like sheep to the slaughter. But this book shows that there is another way.
I applaud both Hollie and Patrick on writing this book and showing this path. Our lives today are admittedly a blissful arrangement of health, happiness, and deep-seated serenity.
We slowly but surely cut a healing path to an almost unbearable lightness of being. Our focus now is on creating more and broader paths from illness to wellness, so that others might find a safe passage, as we did. We leave you with a wish, offered with all the energy we can possibly muster, that you and yours get well again too, and whatever it is that ails you, and whatever path back to wellness you choose.