Peter Adams was only 44 when he was given the grim diagnosis that he had Stage 4 oesophageal cancer, which had spread to his lymph system. The odds were stacked against him, but he says he has currently beat cancer!  And he wrote a book to tell the world how he did it and how it changed his life.

Peter had his stomach and part of his oesophagus removed two years after his diagnosis.  He underwent some traditional chemotherapy, but it made him so sick he couldn’t even finish the planned cycles.  He created his own personal strict regime of natural treatments to promote healing, and feels like it made all the difference.

This included an alkaline diet, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, infrared saunas, meditation and an array of supplements.

When the cancer spread to another lymph node only last year, Peter underwent some conventional treatments but more importantly he claims he also kicked up his own regime of natural therapies to once again beat cancer.

His book, Tell Me Why..? is being released today and is now available on Amazon here.

Book description cited from Amazon:  If you have ever faced a situation that turns your known world upside down, then my journey and its learnings will help you make sense of it all and allow you to establish your own path through it. Having unwittingly entered into the world of cancer with a terminal diagnosis at the age of 44, I felt compelled to share my journey with others facing similar life-threatening challenges. I have learnt so very much about myself, complimentary therapies and nutrition that can literally make the difference between life and death. Knowing yourself and the true power of your mind is vital and can help you in so many ways, you would not believe it. My learnings are under-pinned by the story of my own journey, so I hope that it will allow you to grasp the emotional aspects as well as the difficult decisions and physical trauma that is presented along the way. After reading and learning about my experiences, you will feel more empowered and more confident in taking control of your situation and moving it forwards with courage and conviction!

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