Harvard & Cancer
Radical Remission - Harvard Pilot Study
Harvard University's Department of Epidemiology have launched a pilot study to analyze the effects of the Radical Remission framework.
The framework has been developed from research by Dr. Kelly Turner which looked at 1500 cases, published in medical literature, of people healing themselves of cancer once standard treatments had been tried, and had failed. She termed such cases Radical Remission.
The framework identifies 10 factors that were common across all 1500 cases:
1. Radically changing your diet
2. Using herbs and supplements
4. Taking control of your health
5. Following your intuition
6. Releasing suppressed emotions
7. Increasing positive emotions
8. Embracing social support
9. Deepening your spiritual connection
10. Having strong reasons for living
Of the 10 factors identified, the first three are physical; diet, supplements, exercise. The other seven are non-physical. This gives a strong indication that the majority of the work you will do to achieve remission will be done by radically changing non-physical elements of who you are - your thoughts and emotions.
I am a certified Radical Remission Coach, certified by Dr. Kelly Turner and her team.
You can read more about the Harvard study at the Radical Remission website:
If you would like to discuss Harvard's pilot study or anything to do with cancer and how I can help, please contact me and lets start the conversation.
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I also offer 1-to-1 coaching on the 10 healing factors plus meditation coaching.
One of the easiest and most effective ways to engage your body's sub-conscious systems, which facilitate your health and healing, is through meditation. Through my guided meditations you will be able to access your subconscious thinking and make the changes your body is asking for. Trying to radically change your thoughts and emotions without accessing the subconscious mind is like trying to understand the ocean without looking under the surface.
Learning to meditate is not difficult if you know how to approach it. It is an innate ability all humans possess.