Below are a few great books we feel are fabulous and provide valuable information on breast cancer and other forms of this disease. Click on the picture to obtain a copy of the book. Feel free to share what books you’ve read and think we should too.

 

breast cancer, charley ferrer, remission Breast Cancer: From Diagnosis to Surgery
by Dr. Charley Ferrer
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with breast cancer, this book will serve as a valuable guide to help you through the difficult times. Information includes:
* Questions to ask your physician prior to surgery
* Creative Nutrition possibilities
* How to create your cancer tamer posse
* Provided with Resources
* A
nd much more…
Dr. Charley teaches you what you SHOULD know but AREN’T told to allow you to thrive–not just survive!

 

DREAMS THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE
by Larry Burk MD & Kathleen O’Keefe Kanavos
This book reminds us that we have the power to heal ourselves, if we but listen to our inner voice.The authors provide example after example of how individuals who listened to their dreams and advocated for themselves based on those dreams saved their life; and tragically what happens when you don’t. More physicians should read this book. Eastern medicine shows that “scientific proof” is not the ONLY way to diagnose issues. But…you are the ultimate judge of your own healing path.

 

Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do
by Greg Anderson
This book is both inspirational and informative. Within the first few pages you’ll discover much about mindset and keeping your spirits up. What I loved most was Greg’s way of inspiring you to advocate for yourself. and it’s well worth mentioning. Just from the first 50-pages alone, it has provided valuable information and affirms beliefs I hold on treatment and other possibilities. I can’t wait to get through the rest of it.

 

Breast Cancer Diaries: Inspirational Quotes, Thoughts & Comments
We all need a little inspiration every day to make our world a happier play. Throughout these pages you’ll discover Inspirational Quotes which will make you smile, make you think, and challenge you to seize the moment. Discover for yourself the beauty within. And if you like a little challenge or push to help you “move forward” check out the companion book in this series, CHOOSE.

 

 



Breast Cancer Diaries — Journal Book

We all need someone to talk to, someone to share our thoughts with, somewhere to write them down when we fear voicing them out loud. Use this Journal Book to jot down your challenges and triumphs. Within these pages you’ll find a new awakening to yourself and life itself, through your writing and the inspirational quotes provided.

 

 

 

 

Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, and Miracles by Bruce Lipton
I loved this book. Dr. Lipton provided the information in laymen’s terms with great analogies. No need to be a geneticist.  The chapters on quantum physics and healing were inspiring. I wish Dr. Lipton would have written further on this topic; however, not to worry, you can catch his lectures on his website. I think the most crucial truth to gain from his book is the fact that you are not ruled by your genetics. You may have the genes for cancer or another illness, however, that does not mean you will be afflicted by tthat disease. You can discover ways to go preemptively strick against it and keep yourself healthy even go into remission. Check out his website www.BruceLipton.com and lectures on YouTube for more valuable information.

 

breast cancer, charley ferrer, remission Breast Cancer: From Diagnosis to Surgery
by Dr. Charley Ferrer
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with breast cancer, this book will serve as a valuable guide to help you through the difficult times. Information includes:
* Questions to ask your physician prior to surgery
* Creative Nutrition possibilities
* How to create your cancer tamer posse
* Provided with Resources
* A
nd much more…
Dr. Charley teaches you what you SHOULD know but AREN’T told to allow you to thrive–not just survive!

For the Women We love: A breast cancer action Plan and Caregiver’s guide for men by Marc Heyison & Matthew J. Loscalzo
We all need a book like this one.  Marc’s mother had cancer and he decided to write this guide for men; which is recommended for husbands, sons, fathers, grandfathers, boyfriends, or significant others.  Things that any human being might not realize.  Sometimes, women find it difficult to ask for help, or explaining what kind of help they need. Their rationalization, they don’t want to burden the family. Well this is not realistic, because when going through cancer, treatment, or even “remission,” we all need help.  This guideline can be used for women too, if their loved one has cancer.Simple things like having someone make dinner (which would be great) or taking you to an appointment, keeping a schedule of doctor appointments, all of these tasks are so helpful. I commend both men for taking a stand and empathizing with cancer patients.  I highly recommend this book not only to men but to women and anyone who knows someone with cancer. (Review by Debra Santulli-Barone)

 

Crazy Sexy Cancer Tips
by Kris Carr
At the beginning of her acting career, Kris was a young woman with the world before her. Suddenly, she found herself diagnosis with cancer and battling for her life. This book is a heartfelt tale of how one woman dealt with her cancer diagnosis and turned her life around. Kris’ fun sassy manner has become an inspiration to thousands of other women. She’s also written several other books on Juicing and Nutrition, we’re sure you’ll love. 

 

Crazy Sexy Juice
by Kris Carr
You don’t need to have cancer to enjoy this fantastic book on juices & smoothies. The recipes are scrumptious. You’ll be drinking healthy and best of all enjoy the delicious tastes. Who knew juicing could taste so yummy! With all the delicious recipes for juicing and drinking healthy smoothies, you’re sure to find your own favorites. This is definitely a must-have if you’re dedicated to living a healthier lifestyle. Best of all, you can tweak her recipes and invent your own scrumptiously healthy drinks.

 

Crazy Sexy Kitchen
Kris Carr and Chef Chad Sarno
I know this is quite a few books by Kris, however, she’s well worth it. As a cancer patient herself, she has a unique understanding of what we face. Best of all, her recipes are fabulous. You can modify them to your particular tastes and as always, use them as a string board to create your own. Be sure to share your recipes with us.

 

 

Radical Remission 
Kelly Turner
This was truly an inspirational book to read. It provided information on what individuals were doing to help cure, stabilize, or put their cancers into remission. It was also really inspiring to have the author address the fact that some cancer patients chose not to undergo traditional treatments of cancer and radiation or discontinued their treatment and were actually thriving; not many books address this fact as it’s a  taboo subject in our medicine driven society. The author also provides numerous stories of radial remission on her website: www.RadicalRemission.com.

 

If you are an author of a book on cancer or self-empowerment and would like us to review it, contact us. You can also send two paperback copies to us at: ATTN: Dr. Charley Ferrer, Cancer Tamer, Inc., PO Box 60985, Staten Island NY 10306  


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  1. A book which really helped me is “Dying to be me” by Anita Moorjani – definitely should be on this list!
    It’s about a woman who died of cancer and came back again (true story). I’ve met her and she’s incredible.
    It really helped me to overcome my fear of dying and a must read.

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