Cancer remains on the increase, in spite of all the medical profession is doing, and it is expected to rise. The aim of the CSEC is to contribute significantly to the improvement of this situation. It is to provide you, be you a student, a health care practitioner, or simply someone who is interested in cancer for the sake of your own health and that of your family, with the tools that will help you avoid dis-ease.
It is to equip you with the means that will assist you, if appropriate, to recover from this and similar health problems in order to reach an optimum state of wellness, and to avoid a recurrence. This is mainly done by way of the CanSurvive Cancer Care Seminar Series, aimed at supporting practitioners and advanced students, and related week-end seminars that are open to anyone who is interested. These seminars are supported by additional activities. They include frequent technical updates to participants on relevant topics, mentoring options for students and practitioners who want help in their development, and study and research groups for those who want to explore dis-ease and wellness further.
The aims of the CSEC are backed up by the many books already written by Dr Williams on cancer and many other related and supportive topics. In addition to this material, as a participant in this process, you will be directed to several other sources of information and lines of investigation that can be integrated with the concepts presented in the CSEC education program.
The aim here is to empower you to help people help themselves, and to do so just at a time when many individuals feel most distressed. Once diagnosed with cancer, many people feel totally disempowered. This is aggravated by the fact that many doctors will say that there is nothing they can do for themselves, or nothing that you or anyone else can do for them.
Many in the medical profession claim that diet doesn’t matter, in spite of the fact that it is now generally recognised that cancer is 80% or more a disease of errors of diet and lifestyle. Generally, such doctors have had little or no training in nutrition, so are hardly in a position to judge. In addition to the distress of the disease, it is disempowering and counter-productive to tell people, wrongly, that there is nothing they can do to help themselves, that they should simply take their medications and then get on with the rest of their life, such as it is, and as best as they can. Our aim at CSEC is to provide you with the tools to make a huge and positive difference in the lives of thousands of people.
Thus, the ultimate aim of CSEC is to equip you with the tools to help other people to avoid or recover from cancer and to do so by means that, though powerful, are non-harmful and non-toxic. We also aim to provide you with as much backup and ongoing support as we can.
As the presenter, I am fortunate in having a substantial background in biochemical physiology, a medical naturopathic training in Australia, and a keen interest in research, learning and the passing on of information. My personal aim in setting up and running the CSEC is to do all I can to pass on all I have learnt to present and future generations of practitioners and to inspire them to carry this work forward.