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Carcinogenic Mind: The Psychosomatic Mechanisms of Cancer. Contribution of chronic stress and emotional attitudes to the onset and recurrence of disease, how to prevent it and help the treatment

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Read this book and learn how to induce a life and body you can love and which will do its best to keep you alive and healthy.
Bernie Siegel, MD, surgeon-oncologist, psycho-oncologist,
Author of Love, Medicine & Miracles; Peace, Love & Healing; The Art of Healing.


Carcinogenic Mind is a revolutionary and exciting analysis of around 2000 studies that prove: our psyche is t
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Kindle Edition, 1292 pages
Published October 10th 2019 by Anticancer.help
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Sudhir Ahluwalia
Feb 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Dr Vladislav Matrenitsky's book Carcinogenic Mind – The Psychosomatic Mechanisms of Cancer presents an alternate model for prevention and healing of cancer. According to him most cases of cancer are psychogenic in nature. Physical factors can exert their carcinogenic effect only if an individual is in a psycho-physiological imbalance.
Psychosomatic factors lead to the dysfunction of organs and systems. The body is unable to handle psychosomatic pressures over extended period of time. These trigg
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Tabitha Ormiston-Smith
Feb 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This astonishing book carries a message of hope so great, so extraordinary, that had it not been backed up with such an immense battery of scientific data, I would have dismissed it as 'new-age claptrap'. One cannot, however, ignore or discount the solid wealth of scholarly evidence that is presented, painstakingly and rigorously.

Lacking a medical background myself, some of the discussion was, I must admit, over my head. But there is no denying the scholarly presentation, the rigorous citation o
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Connie Norup
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If you have a loved one who is ill with cancer, this book is the greatest gift you can give. Anyone who encountered this dreaded diagnosis would benefit from reading this book. It helps us understand the importance of our mind in fighting the illness, as well as in the healing process.
It is a resource both for lay people and professionals.
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Vladislav Matrenitsky M.D., Ph.D., is the founder and head of the Center for Psychotherapy , Psychosomatics and Psycho-oncology Expio, the first specialized organization for psychosocial cancer care in Ukraine. He graduated from Odessa State Medical University (Ukraine) and qualified as a General Practitioner in 1986. In 1992, Vladislav completed a post-graduate course at the Institute of Gerontol ...more

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