Brief outline of the seminar series
The ‘Cancer Concerns’ Seminar Series consists of five seminars that should be attended in that order. There is a sixth seminar that can be taken at any point in the sequence, or on its own.
SL1. In Vital Signs for Cancer, the first seminar, you learn about biochemical individuality, determining the unique needs of the individual and restoring homoeostasis, all of which form a foundation for maintaining or restoring optimum health. You learn about the role of lifestyle versus genetics. You also learn about the Predisposing Factors and their relation to the development of cancer. These factors apply equally to the first and to the billionth cell, so to recovery and to the avoidance of a recurrence, as well as to prevention.
SL2. In Detecting Cancer you walk through the last 110 years of medical research. You learn of the many eminent people who have come to understand the true cause and nature of cancer, and have given us valuable information that we can build on and use. You discover the CA1 test panel that can be used to detect the start of cancer within weeks of the first cells forming, and you find out how to use this knowledge to reverse out of the cancer process.
SL3. The past several decades have given us a wealth of information on the function of vitamins, minerals and a multitude of other ‘natural’ products or components, and their relation to the health and disease of the human body. In this third seminar, Supplementing Cancer, you learn about them, and the research that lies behind their application. Solid research outcomes and numerous case histories are used to demonstrate the results that have been achieved, by countless practitioners.
SL4. In Analysing Cancer you explore the cellular development of cancer and the nutritional options that can help restore normal cellular function. The CA2 test panel and its components are introduced. This panel covers tests for a group of compounds that are commonly altered as cancer progresses, right from the start and even before there is a detecable tumour. They go beyond the conventional CA markers, and tell us a great deal about each individual’s particular state of deviation from true health. They indicate possible recovery options.
SL5. Building further on the information derived from the CA2 test panel, Tracking Cancer covers the many ways in which the adverse results that may be detected by the CA2 panel can be corrected. You discover the tools required to effect this correction and the research that underlies their use. Again, case histories are used to amplify the explanations and discussion.
SL6. Stress is a significant part of any disease or disorder and frequently the precursor to a diagnosis of cancer. In Destressing Cancer you learn a number of ways in which you can change and significantly reduce the experience of stress for yourself and your clients.
Finally, research continues at an ever-increasing rate. Even as this information is being prepared, it is clear that there will continue to be an ongoing growth in what we learn and know about the alternative options in relation to cancer and other degenerative diseases. As a result, it is anticipated that this seminar series will grow further and potential add-on modules can be anticipated.
The seminars should be attended in the sequence indicated by their numbers, as each builds on the information imparted in the one before. If you consider missing out on one of them please discuss this with Dr Xandria Williams, whose agreement is necessary. The exception to the sequential attendance of the seminars is Destressing Cancer (CS-SL6) which can be attended at any point in the sequence.
The seminar order arrangement also forms the sequential basis for the discussions practitioners are likely to have with clients as the latter come to terms with their own situation and their need to learn about the lifestyle changes that will enable them to return to normal health and homoeostasis.
For most people this is a gradual process and should be implemented in the sequence given here. However, as the focus is on the individual, this will not always be the case.
You are asked to keep in mind, at all times, that we are not advocating this as a treatment for cancer. Practitioners are in instead being shown ways in which they can help people to return to homoeostasis and optimum health. The indications given can be combined with whatever other treament plan the client may choose.