From integrative therapies to late stage side effects, I can offer actionable information that will impact the course of a patient's cancer journey.
Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) February 02, 2016
Longtime cancer survivor and wellness blogger David Emerson is now offering his cancer coaching services through PeopleBeatingCancerCoaching.org.
As the importance of getting a second opinion for a cancer diagnosis is gaining traction, David feels strongly that there's a unique type of second opinion that shouldn't be overlooked-- that of a long term cancer survivor.
"Your oncologist can tell you about your treatment options, but there's a wealth of experiential information that is critical to have under your belt when navigating cancer care options. From integrative therapies to late stage side effects, as a cancer survivor, I can offer actionable information that will impact the course of a patient's cancer journey," he says.
In conjunction with the launch of his cancer coaching, David has published his first e-book, "Curing Cancer: If I Knew Then What I Know Now," a guide to help cancer patients and their caregivers quickly get up to speed on the key topics necessary to make cancer care decisions. The book is available through Amazon for $9.99.
David's own treatment left him with nerve damage and heart arrhythmia, both side effects that hadn't been discussed before the treatments began. He wants cancer survivors to be informed and involved in their cancer care. "Once you've received a cancer diagnosis, you have a small window of time to get up to speed before you need to start making treatment decisions. I want people to go into the process knowing more than I did. Truly, if I knew then what I know now, I would have made different decisions about my cancer care."
The cancer coaching program starts with a free consultation. A membership can then be purchased for $99 for the first two weeks, and then $9.99 monthly for ongoing support.
On his website, PeopleBeatingCancer.org, David has spent the past six years blogging about his own cancer experience and the evidence-based studies that keep him in remission in order to help cancer patients and their caregivers maximize treatment outcomes and vitality before, during, and after cancer treatment. His non profit, The Galen Foundation, is a 501(c)3 that focuses on cancer education. He resides in Chagrin Falls, Ohio.