Cancer can be a part of everyone’s life, no matter if it is going to affect you directly or indirectly. The World Health organization expects that cancer cases will rise up to 22 million annually within the next 20 years. With this information, it is only normal to ask yourself what you would do if you get diagnosed with cancer.
A man known as the Cancer Tutor had asked himself that very question, which led to creating his webpage cancertutor.com. Behind this nickname is Robert Webster Kehr, who dedicated most of his life to fighting big pharma directly on one of the most profitable industries – the cancer industry. Big Pharma gains $100 billion thanks to this industry.
Even though lung cancer is known to take 4 times more lives than pancreatic cancer, pancreatic cancer is still considered as one of the deadliest cancers because of its fast progression and late detection. The pancreas is located deep within the body making tumors impossible for doctors to notice in physical check-ups.
According to statistics, the one-year survival rate is about 25%, and the five-year survival rate sits at only 6% when it comes to pancreatic cancer.
When Robert was asked what he would do if he was diagnosed, he stated that:
- He would start by accepting that he has cancer and treating it as an opportunity to experiment on himself before trying something clinically proven.
- He would adopt portions of two of the advanced cancer treatment protocols he has laid out in his Cancer Tutor website: The Dirt Cheap protocol and the Cellect-Budwig protocol.
“You can be a victim of cancer, or a survivor of cancer. It’s a mindset.” Dave Pelzer
Anyone would be devastated the minute they get diagnosed, but the mindset is very important from then on. This is why Webster Kehr would start by accepting his cancer and move forward.
After accepting the fact that he’s suffering from the disease, he would include items from two protocols detailed on the CancerTutor.com website (for details, warnings, and how treatment works, visit the website). The protocols combine whole food treatments and supplements available at your local health food stores. For example, the Dirt Cheap protocol includes carrot juice and phytoplankton.
Still, for any decisions you make on what sort of treatment you want choose, consult your trusted health practitioner, naturopath, and family. A support network is another important ingredient when it comes to overcoming the disease.