The Cancer Odyssey: Discovering Truth and Inspiration on the Way to Wellness

ABOUT Margaret Brennan Bermel, MBA

Margaret Brennan Bermel, MBA
I survived cancer, but more importantly, I survived the cancer industry, and I wrote a book to warn others of the ineffectiveness of chemotherapy.



In October 2009, the surgeon leaned over me in the recovery room and shouted, “It was malignant.”  My husband then leaned over me and whispered gently, but with conviction, “We WILL grow old together.”  That day was the start of my journey through the labyrinth of cancer. 


“The Cancer Odyssey:  Discovering Truth and Inspiration on the Way to Wellness” chronicles my journey, searching both for truth about the cancer industry, and for inspiration about the purpose of life.  This manuscript is a blueprint to help others overcome the fear of cancer and return to wellness, by finding their own truth and their own inspiration.  The manuscript offers an approach to dealing with cancer from a new viewpoint:  it empowers people to challenge the medical advice of chemotherapy that most people have unquestioningly accepted as the only option.  This manuscript reveals that chemotherapy is NOT the solution that people believe it is.  “The Cancer Odyssey” explores the relationship between the medical profession, the pharmaceutical industry, and the FDA, and it reaches the only logical conclusion about the cancer industry: it is driven by the profit motive.  “The Cancer Odyssey” encourages people to question and research, and to take their health care decisions into their own hands, because survival depends upon making the right decision.                                                                                

Since unintentionally venturing into the medical world several months ago, I have discovered that chemotherapy is the greatest fraud ever perpetrated upon the American public. My hope is that this fact will reach the public consciousness, and that the Big Pharma-FDA complex will be exposed for what it is: a cartel that colludes with a focus, not on curing cancer, but on generating profits for the bottom line. Does chemotherapy work? Maybe, sometimes, with some specific cancers. But very often, it does not work. The collateral damage that comes with the best weapon used in the "war on cancer," a treatment that traces its genesis to mustard gas, is people’s lives. Approximately 600,000 Americans die each year from "cancer"--or, are they dying from the treatment? A very provocative question. Through my own health circumstances, I was forced to research this issue, and I am grateful every day that I was able to sift through the deception and misleading statistics, and decline the highly toxic "standard of care" which I believe would have led to certain death. Many people do not do this; they succumb to the scare tactics; they are too afraid not to go along with the conventional recommendation. I believe that people have the right to know, and the right to choose. People need to hear this message.

I really enjoyed your book.  If everyone would read it BEFORE they get the cancer diagnosis (and go into "fear orbit"), the whole world of millions of unnecessary "cancer" deaths would change.



Bill Henderson
Author, "Cure Your Cancer" and "Cancer-Free"
"How to Live Cancer-Free"
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