Joe Tippens was initially diagnosed with small cell lung cancer in 2016. By January 2017 it was found that the aggressive cancer had spread all over his body including his liver, pancreas, bladder, stomach, neck and bones and he was given just three months to live.
What does Dr. Dwight McKee, MD, think about James Templeton’s book, “I Used to Have Cancer”? See Dr. McKee’s book review as published in the Townsend Letter, a periodical focusing on alternative medicine which has been in circulation since 1983.
It used to be that resting one day a week was a religious observance practiced in many cultures — a recognition that our very soul benefits from rest from our labor. Doctors also tell us to take it easy and avoid stress — recognizing that our bodies need adequate rest in order to rejuvenate and stay healthy.
It was my honor to tell the story of how I won my battle with Stage IV Melanoma on the VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network, an online broadcast network reaching a rapidly expanding domestic and international audience of millions of listeners every month in more than 140 countries worldwide.