Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) March 15, 2007
Mesothelioma survivor, Paul Kraus recently delivered another outstanding presentation about how he healed his mesothelioma.
Paul was "devoid of all hope" after he was given only a few months to live after his mesothelioma diagnosis in 1997. But, he did not give up. Instead, this ten-year mesothelioma survivor used integrative, holistic, and experimental therapies. Today, he continues to enjoy a good quality of life and is committed to inspiring other mesothelioma patients through his free teleconferences and critically acclaimed book - Surviving Mesothelioma and Other Cancers: A Patient's Guide. http://www.survivingmesothelioma.com
Paul explained, "When I was diagnosed my medical prognosis was very poor. At that time, I asked what were the chances of success with chemotherapy and I was told not very high at all. That's why I opted for a different path. Apart from being racked with fear and the fact that the fluid in my abdomen was building up again, I did not have any pain. My quality of life was, at that moment, okay. I made the decision not to go down that so called conventional path because I was told by the doctors that my quality of life would be quite severely compromised with the heavy chemotherapy I would have been prescribed. And so I made a major decision. I decided to radically change my lifestyle."
During the last teleconference, Paul discussed his use of intravenous vitamin C and some of the research supporting its use in cancer. Paul recommended that patients work with their professional healthcare provider especially someone trained in vitamin therapy if they are interested in getting the appropriate dose and administration of this important vitamin.
But physical treatment choices encompassed only one aspect of his healing. As Paul explained, "A sense of hopelessness can lower your immune function. Your positive attitude is an important part in the healing process."
The next teleconference is scheduled for April 26, 2007. To register go to http://www.survivingmesothelioma.com/speak-to-paul-kraus.cfm or call 1-619-261-7922. Space is extremely limited and registration is available on a first come first serve basis so reserve your space today.