One in Three
Real Hope for Cancer
by Kathleen Austin

This book reveals many of the unknown concerns about modern cancer and its treatment. Concerns of the minority of medical professionals who actually have time to think and to read the research, and who have the courage to speak out. 

The book also reviews many of the more effective cancer treatments that are not standard practice in Australia. 

This cancer epidemic is now predicted to affect one in every three women and one in every two men. However, there is hope in little known areas, if we choose to look, think and act. Hence the title: One in Three, Real Hope for Cancer.


It's comprehensive and I like the section where you say what you would do if you had cancer. I was alarmed at the low success of chemotherapy and at how many research doctors would not use their own treatments - Jeff

I would have no problems recommending your excellent book. I do appreciate your mind, the questions you ask and the way you think... Adrian (Naturopath)

Your book's great. I don't read much but I picked it up and found it easy to read. Very good - Doug (75 year old electrician)

Your  book is really good, so well researched, easy to read and just presenting the info without being heavy. Congratulations - Meryl (Trauma 

Great book, very meaty. You have done so much work!

I'm learning a lot more, even though I read a lot about health.

I loved your book and I believe everyone should have a copy - Julia (Healthcare provider)

Australian Cancer News: 

One in every three Australians will develop cancer sometime during their life. You and I can make some changes, to reduce our risk and extend our healthy lives.

For the fortunate, cancer will appear later in life, but the reality is that children lose their parents, and children even lose their own lives to this epidemic.

Despite the constant news of promising research, the death rate for most of the common cancers has hardly changed for decades. Meanwhile, the number who succumb to the disease has increased dramatically. 
For example, thirty years ago, 1 in 32 women got breast cancer. Today the rate is 1 in 9!

That is not progress.

We need real solutions, 
not just promises or awareness. 

We all see the damaging consequences of cancer drugs, and those in the know often wonder if the treatment is worse than the disease. I have recently begun hearing from cancer patients whose partners or close relatives have died from cancer before them. They are saying they will not have chemotherapy or radiation because they know, first hand, what the treatments are really like.  

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What can we do?
Get informed. Ask questions and get meaningful answers before you act.

A good place to begin is by reading Kathleen Austin's book. Order through the button on the left.  

Is there a Miracle Cure?
Since the birth of antibiotics, Australians have developed the expectation that drugs will cure anything. We are all hanging out for that miracle cancer drug. We have been waiting a very long time... How long can we wait? Until every person gets cancer?

Our news suggests that we are making great progress in that area. Many of us believe we are moving forward and that medical science is getting close to the cure; however, we still see people dying from cancer. We assume those wonderful improved treatments must be working for someone else's friends.

So just how good are these treatments? 

Three Sydney oncologists did their own review of chemotherapy to discover the effectiveness of medical drugs in treating cancer. Here is what they found: 

 Cancer  Site  % of 5 year Survivors due to Chemotherapy
 Breast  1.5 
 Lung   1.5
 Colon  1.8
 Rectum  5.4
 Non  Hodgkin's  Lymphoma  10.5
 Neck and  Head  2.5
 The better  results  
 Cervix  12
 Hodgkin's  disease  35.8
 Testis  41.8
 Total (average)


Not what I thought at all. What about you?

If we only include those cancer patients who were actually treated with chemotherapy, the average figure jumps up to 5 or 6%. I still  find these results to be very disappointing. Do you?
The War against cancer  was launched in Victoria in the 1930's. Isn't it time we had less cancer instead of more, and better survival rates for those unfortunate enough to have this disease?
At this site, our hope is to gradually change the understanding of Australians, so that we can take informed actions to protect and improve our health. We might pride ourselves on our long life expectancy, but a recent review stated that our health expectancy is only 54 years. After that, the average person is on two medications for the rest of his life, due to poor health.  

Giving a gift to a cancer patient:

Christmas or birthdays can be a difficult time for all involved, when cancer is threatening. Keep in mind that the best gift is your company or friendship. If you also wish to give a gift you can wrap up and hand over, here are some ideas that might help.
1 in 3, Real Hope for Cancer, is available on this page. This book could well deliver an extra gift of hope; giving plenty of ideas to help your loved one along the path towards improved health. 
If you don't like that idea, the double page of gift ideas at the back of the book can assist you in choosing a meaningful gift...

OK, I won't tease; here are a few tips: 
- Toxin free personal care products
- A basket of fresh berries - blueberries, raspberries
- Tickets (and transport) to a good show

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