A New Strategy For The War On Cancer

Finally! A New Force Is Entering the Fight and Its Success Depends On Us

By Terry Thompson
(Morgan James Publishing, Paperback, 9781600377778, 294pp.)

Publication Date: January 2011

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It’s about what a few dedicated, experienced cancer doctors and researchers are doing to revolutionize cancer treatment

Terry Thompson was compelled to write this book after realizing that conventional cancer treatment was not effective in saving the life of his wife or others who are dying at the rate of 1500 each day from the disease. His research highlights a new, proven approach that complements traditional chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. It is practiced by a new breed of “integrative” oncologists with astonishing results. The problem is that very few people know about it. Everyone touched by cancer—and that is everyone—needs to learn about this new therapy, where to get it, and how to support its acceptance and availability now.

Nearly 4,000 Americans a day are diagnosed with cancer

Odds are about 1 in 3 that you will be one of them someday

Someone very close to you will have cancer

You need to know more about this new strategy

It’s all in this comprehensive book




About the Author

Terry Thompson teaches business, communications, and marketing courses at John Brown University. A graduate of the University of Arkansas, and retired U.S. Air Force Colonel, Thompson dedicated his life to cancer research after his wife succumbed to the disease in 2001. He established a cancer research foundation in her name, The Connie Thompson Foundation, and manages three web sites, and two blogs, dedicated to the subject. Terry and his wife, Linda, have four children and six grandchildren between them. He lives in Hot Springs, AR.

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