Sunday, March 31, 2019

Book Review: '90 Days to Live: Beating Cancer When Modern Medicine Offers No Hope' by Rodney Stamps and Paige Stamps

90 Days to Live by Rodney Stamps

Attacking cancer – an unforgettably inspiring story

Rodney and Paige Stamps are a team – not only in their together fight for Rodney’s outsmarting ‘terminal’ cancer but also in their family business Fire Alarm Systems Design Group, their cancer research and speaking engagements as co-founders of, and now in this book.

Their wise and warmly accessible book surveys the diagnosis of Rodney’s non- Hodgkin’s lymphoma, the shock of the diagnosis, the agony and frustration of being informed that chemotherapy would only prolong life without curing the cancer, and their brave adventure in refusing defeat and instead finding all manner of information about alternative ways to combat the spectre of lymphoma and survive for thirteen years so far. 

Opting for enzyme therapy as opposed to the devastating prescribed chemotherapy offers a ray of hope for many people who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Yet the book is not only about managing cancer with metabolic interventions, it is about the courage and determination on the part of both Rodney and Paige to stay the course and fight the unwanted intruder in their lives. Offered in a fine he-said she-said format, the points are driven home with one of the most exhilarating “Yes I Can” approaches to be found in the literature. Both Rodney and Paige write well, finding the lightness with the honesty and in the process deliver a tribute to the human spirit that rings clear. Highly recommended both as a solid book and as a font of hope for those facing not only cancer diagnoses but also any major challenge in life. 

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