Welcome to Immunity Cancer
This web site
contains information about a cancer-fighting nutritional regimen.
The regimen ("diet") was developed by
Sandra C. Miller, PhD
for adults with cancer. It also can be used by healthy individuals to
lower their chances of getting cancer.
works in several ways, most importantly by enhancing the immune system--the body's natural defense
against cancer--without harming normal, healthy cells.
It is a carefully defined
in which specific food supplements are taken at specific times of the
day with specific foods. The food-supplement combinations
maximize absorption of cancer-fighting nutrients, and the timing
correlates with the growth cycles of various cell types in the
is grounded in scientific evidence. It integrates findings from hundreds
of studies published in peer-reviewed journals on the effects of phytochemicals (substances derived from plants),
vitamins, minerals, and other food supplements on the immune system and cancer.
can be used against any kind of cancer at any stage, either as the first
and only treatment, or after surgery, chemotherapy, or other conventional medical treatments have been completed.
The cancer-fighting eating regimen will not be effective during chemotherapy or
extensive radiation (both of which harm the immune system). It also will not
work if disease or
prior treatments with radiation or chemotherapy have caused failure
of any vital
organs (heart, brain, lungs, liver).
All the information about the
cancer-fighting eating regimen is free.
We do not sell or promote any books, brands or distributors of supplements, or
treatment facilities, nor are we affiliated with any commercial
None of the foods or supplements
in the eating regimen is proprietary or requires a prescription.
They all can be found at many drugstores and health food shops, or can be
purchased online (typically at a much lower cost) from the source of your choice.
encourage you explore this web site and learn more about the cancer-fighting
eating regimen (see How to
Use This Web Site). It could save your life or the life of
someone you care about who has cancer. It will always improve
quality of life for a cancer survivor, and will lower anyone's chance of