Searching for online alternative cancer support? I’ve learned that it’s pretty normal to feel alone when you choose to treat your cancer naturally. It comes with the territory. 🙂
You eventually get used to it- feeling a bit like an outcast amongst even your closest loved ones. But it’s our doctors and medical team that can be the most discouraging since our choice is one that goes against mainstream belief about cancer treatment. A community of cancer “thrivers” who are coming from a similar place as you are would be amazing, right? Thankfully nowadays this is totally a reality.
I would have loved to have known about the below online groups when I chose to treat my cancer naturally in 2008. It would have brought such peace and comfort to me to know that others were feeling the same way I was: alone at times, doubtful at times, scared at times, empowered at times- a range of emotions to deal with mostly on my own and questions I didn’t know who to ask.
If you’re dealing with cancer or helping a loved one, spend some time checking out these groups. And if you are a member of an alternative cancer group that is not in this list, feel free to drop the URL in the comments below and I’ll add it to the list!
You need to have a Facebook.com profile to access and become a member of each of these groups. If you are not a member of Facebook yet and privacy is a concern, know that you can change your security and privacy settings so that people can’t search for you on Facebook and you’ll only be active in the groups you choose to become a member of.
(And a quick side note, you can LIKE the Anti-Cancer Mom Facebook PAGE while you’re there. 😉
This group is newly created and moderated by me with permission from the late Bill Henderson. Expect all topics related to the Bill Henderson Protocol and very honest conversation about what it’s like to try to live a normal life while on the BHP.
This group has over 18,000 “Gersonites,” or members supportive of the Gerson Therapy as of the time of this post. It is a very active and positive group that seem like family to each other.
Started by a natural breast cancer survivor, this group is exclusively for natural/alternative breast cancer support.
This group is very active and worth checking out if you’re looking to connect with other women with breast cancer.
Yet another wonderful breast cancer group. These ladies know their stuff! Lots of excellent resources here.
Natural Healing and Cancer Cures Research: Over 25,000 members. A lot of questions being asked and ideas bouncing around.
Curing Cancer Naturally: A very active group of all things alternative cancer.
Shares supportive information about alternative cancer therapies. Questions are usually answered quickly by natural cancer survivors or cancer coaches.
This one is exactly as it says and has over 2,000 members.
Ian Jacklin’s group, who created the I Cure Cancer documentary. This group’s daily feed features articles relating to Alternative Cancer Therapies and Survivor stories.
Cellect is a multi-mineral supplement that many OBSERVE is effective in reducing cancer symptoms and healing cancer. Many of its members are using Cellect as a last resort after conventional treatment did not work for them, but there are also those who are using Cellect first to see if it will work before beginning chemotherapy or radiation.
ChrisBeatCancer: Chris Warks website/ blog with excellent conversation and helpful information from someone who actually lives the anti-cancer lifestyle. His Facebook page also has excellent community and conversation.
Essiac Tea Users Facebook Group: Essiac Tea users support group. Very active with lots of conversation daily.
Just like with Facebook, you will need to have a Yahoo.com username to join.
Started in 2002 and with over 20,000 members, this group discusses the Budwig Protocol and discusses all kinds of topics relating to it. Use the search bar to search for particular issues you might be having or testimonies of people healing from certain diseases.
Support group for those using alternative treatments to heal. This one has been around since 1999, so there are plenty of posts to search through, or ask your own new question.
For those wanting to discuss/research the effectiveness of black salve on melanomas, breast cancer, and other lesions.
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