There is an abundance of reputable resources readily available on the Internet about conventional cancer treatments, which have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or are at least going through the U.S. clinical trial process. If you search "cancer treatment alternatives," you will discover a whole new realm of information with a plethora of independent websites and blogs from all over the world discussing cancer treatments with claims of success. Not surprisingly, you will also come across a bunch of bogus websites regarding both conventional and alternative cancer treatments. Bottom line, there is a bunch of information out there, and deciphering it all can be quite overwhelming.
Whether you choose the route of conventional medicine or unconventional medicine, we strive to become a one-stop website where you can learn about safe, effective, and creditable cancer treatment options. Therefore, so as not to further clutter the Internet, we provide limited information with direct links to reputable websites for conventional cancer treatments (no need to recreate the wheel), and more in-depth information on the cancer treatments options that we believe (in our non-medical option) to be both safe and effective. We do this in an effort to help such treatments (which are generally deemed, "unconventional") gain public recognition in an almost one trillion dollar cancer industry. Furthermore, while it is important that a medication or treatment actually work, we believe that a cancer treatment should first, do no harm.
First, Do No Harm is an honorable phrase coined from the ancient writings of Greek physician, Hippocrates. Though this phrase does not directly translate from his Hippocratic Oath which has been held sacred by physicians since 400 B.C., it has become the implicit purpose and truth behind it.
“… The physician must be able to tell the antecedents, know the present, and foretell the future - must mediate these things, and have two special objects in view with regard to disease, namely, TO DO GOOD OR TO DO NO HARM. The art consists in three things - the disease, the patient, and the physician. The physician is the servant of the art, and the patient must combat the disease along with the physician…”
– Hippocrates, Of the Epidemics
“…I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody who asked for it, nor will I make a suggestion to this effect...”
– Hippocratic Oath
We may be a bit old fashion, but we believe “First, Do No Harm” should always be the first criteria of a new drug. Therefore, this phrase has become our beacon when searching for effective, nontoxic cancer treatments.