Cancer Is a Catchall Term for Neoplasia

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A Kirkus review highlights Dr. Jack Westman's criticism in his book The Cancer Solution: Taking Charge of Your Life with Cancer of the exclusive use of surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy in the treatment of cancer without employing available immunotherapies and nutritional therapies that attack the underlying cause: neoplasia.

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Cancer is the result of neoplasia

A Kirkus Review characterizes Dr. Jack Westman's book The Cancer Solution: Taking Charge of Your Life with Cancer as a "rigorous investigation of the cancer research-and-treatment landscape. With his strong foundation in medicine, Westman looks at the disease’s many facets: as a mysterious biological entity, as a sprawling research field, as a wily opponent of treatment, and as a distressing diagnosis for loved ones. In particular, he points out that 'cancer' is, in some ways, a catchall term for an underlying process called neoplasia. He highlights what he calls an outsize emphasis on search-and-destroy tactics, which are evident in the common treatment triumvirate: surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. His curiosity about the field as an area of research led him to consider more innovative, yet vastly underfunded, treatments, including immunotherapy and nutritional therapy.

"The author’s thorough explanations don’t presume that readers have extensive medical backgrounds, so many of the research discussions and descriptions of biological processes will be suitable for laypersons. His clear voice and thoughtful approach illuminate the current state of oncology. "

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