Integrative Cancer Research: Surviving Chemo & Radiation

Sayer Ji

To survive actually means more than to simply exist or to live, following a traumatic event or challenge. The word derives from the Latin supervivere which means “live beyond, live longer than,” which itself comes from super “over, beyond” + vivere “to live.” Surviving therefore technically has a meaning closer to thrive — and that is the goal of this article: to provide those who are choosing to undergo conventional chemotherapy and radiotherapy-based cancer treatments with information that they and their health care professionals may use to improve treatment and survival outcomes.

How do we accomplish this? First and foremost, by providing access to the body of experimental research indicating that a wide variety of natural substances — many of which are spices, foods or vitamins — may reduce the adverse effects of these treatments, while simultaneously improving their efficacy.

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