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  1. Starve yourself to beat cancer? No thanks!

    New study pushes starvation as a cancer weapon

    It's bad enough that cancer docs want to poison you with chemotherapy to "save" your life. Now, they want to starve you at the same time.

    And this is what passes for medicine these days? Sounds more like torture to me, but that's exactly what's on tap next as researchers have "discovered" that starvation therapy helps chemo kill cancer cells quicker.

    Studies on mice found that in eight different types of cancer, fasting for two days before and one day after chemo lead to the death of more cancer cells, smaller tumors, and better survival rates.

    That's the part that made headlines anyway. But here's what else they found: Fasting WITHOUT chemo managed to slow the growth of breast cancer, melanoma, glioma, and neuroblastoma, and extended survival in mice with ovarian cancer.

    Supposedly, the fasting plus chemo combo was better than either chemo or fasting alone. But "better" is relative when it comes to chemotherapy.

    This treatment "works" -- if you can even call it that -- by killing both cancer cells and healthy cells at the same time. Docs hope the cancer dies before you do, but it doesn't always work out that way.

    In the current study, for example, not a single mouse given only chemotherapy survived.

    No wonder three-quarters of oncologists say they'd REFUSE chemo if they ever got cancer themselves!

    They might be hypocrites, but they're not nuts -- and they certainly don't have a death wish. They know you don't need chemo to beat cancer -- and you don't need to starve yourself, either. And when their own lives are on the line you can bet they'll turn to the same natural alternatives they pooh-poohed to you.

    One of them is a compound from a tropical fruit you already know (and probably love). Oncologists know it, too, because it's been used alongside chemo for years.

    But now, researchers are learning that even when used on its own, this natural wonder can leave chemo in the dust.

    I have all the details on the tropical secret to beating cancer in this month's Douglass Report. If you're a subscriber, login now and read all about. And if you're not, what are you waiting for? Sign up here, and you'll also get access to my full library of drug-free cancer-fighting miracles.

  2. The grape cancer cure

    As far as I'm concerned, a grape is a ball of sugar wrapped in a purple or green skin -- and unless it's in a wineglass, I want nothing to do with it.

    But the grape seed is another story -- because locked inside all that sugar just might be the next great cure for cancer.

    In a series of experiments in both a lab dish and on living mice, researchers found that grape seed extract can ignite a self-destruct sequence in head and neck cancer cells without doing a drop of damage to any of the surrounding healthy tissue.

    In some cases, the extract slowed the growth of the cancer by a stunning 67 percent.

    This isn't the first study to find grape seed can beat cancer -- previous research has shown the extract can also do a number on leukemia cells.

    It's only a matter of time before Big Pharma catches on -- but they won't sell you grape seed extract. They'll sell you some patented chemical copy that's not nearly effective and comes with big risks to boot.

    Isn't that how it always works?

    Don't even bother waiting for their version: You can get plain old grape seed extract right now in just about any health food store -- and that's not the only potential cancer cure hidden in a piece of fruit.

    Next week, my Douglass Report newsletter is going to have the inside scoop on the most promising -- and delicious -- cancer cure yet. It's a tropical fruit you already know and love, and in a recent study it ran circles around one of the world's leading chemotherapy drugs.

    Sign up today and I'll make sure you're one of the first to read all about it.

  3. Step into the light for cancer treatment

    Beams of light that can wipe out cancer cells??? That's the kind of talk that once got me dismissed as a loon, not to mention a few other things I can't print here. The latest advance is a technique that involves the use of light-activated antibodies that attach themselves to tumor cells. These antibodies are absolutely harmless -- but once you flip on a skin-penetrating infrared light, it's lights out for the cancer.

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