Dec 17, 2021
Sadly, in the United States, there will be an estimated 1.9 million new cancer cases diagnosed and 608,570 cancer deaths in 2021. Getting a cancer diagnosis, especially when the cancer has spread and the outlook doesn’t look good, can be nothing short of devastating. But, can alternative cancer treatments help some people beat the odds?
In this episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Hilary speaks with Rick Shapiro, author of Hope Never Dies, and Cancer Coach in the field of safe, evidence-based, integrative, and alternative cancer therapies. Hear from Rick about the key takeaways from his book including what alternative therapies exist that have helped people extend their lives and what questions to ask your doctor should you receive a cancer diagnosis.
Rick, a former practicing attorney, is a leading consultant and coach in the field of safe, evidence-based, integrative, and alternative cancer therapies. He has engaged in deep research about efficacious treatments that are saving lives, and enhancing quality of life, beyond statistical norms found in the conventional cancer world.
He collaborates with internationally renowned doctors, and researchers, and has consulted with patients all over the world, including China, New Zealand, Okinawa, Europe, the United States, and in his hometown, Scottsdale, Arizona. The culmination of his work, developed after cancer took his father’s life, is found in his Amazon Best-selling book, Hope Never Dies.
Rick is a passionate advocate who seeks to educate the public about proven remedies that save and extend lives. He has interviewed hundreds of people who have stymied metastatic cancer, and who are thriving many years after being given death sentences by their conventional doctors. He is a member of numerous cancer associations and is on the Board of Directors of the Annie Appleseed Project, a non-profit that educates people about integrative and innovative, science-based cancer therapies.
To order Hope Never Dies, to learn more about alternative cancer treatments, or to contact Rick, visit www.HopeNeverDies.com.