Spontaneous Remission

Spontaneous Remission is one of those areas that is largely unexplored.

Spontaneous Remission - Unexplored Territory

It’s almost like the Doctors are afraid to discover any cures which are not cut, burn and poison.

And as most of you know, mainstream medical’s reliance on cut, burn and poison have horrible success records and the treatments come with nasty side effects.

They would prefer that any examination of performance overlook how profitable their preferred choices are.

The article below is from the Institute for Noetic Sciences. There are some organizations who are willing to examine phenomenon just because they are there and largely ignored by everyone else. We could use a few more such organizations.


Spontaneous Remission

“When Cancer Disappears: The Curious Phenomenon of “Unexpected Remission”

by Kelly A. Turner, PhD

“‘We’ve all heard a story like this one. After trying all that Western medicine has to offer, a person with Stage 4 cancer is told there is nothing more the doctors can do and is sent home to receive hospice care. Five years later, that person strolls into the doctor’s office feeling great, with no further evidence of cancer..’.”

“…more than one thousand cases (across all types of cancer) have been published in medical journals. Thousands more have most likely occurred but not been published, because most doctors don’t take the time to write up a report and submit it to a journal—which unfortunately is currently the only way of tracking these kinds of cases.”

“…in the 1960s, the first two scientific books on unexpected remission were published, which led to a sharp increase in the number of case reports submitted to medical journals.3 After awhile, however, interest in the topic lulled again until the late 1980s when the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) launched the Spontaneous Remission Project, which culminated in the publication of a comprehensive bibliography of documented cases.4 Since then, approximately twenty new cases of unexpected remission are published each year, and there still has been a noticeable lack of formal research into why these remissions might occur.”

“It’s understandable, in a way. How do you begin to research something you cannot explain? Many conventional doctors feel threatened by these “miraculous” cures and don’t wish to talk about them—much less research them—for fear that they will give “false hope” to their other patients. In fact, most of the unexpected remission survivors I have studied are thrilled to have finally found a professional who is interested in learning how they healed. They often lament, ‘My doctor didn’t even ask how I did it.’”

“Kelley A. Turner, PhD is currently working on a book for cancer patients which summarizes her research findings, as well as a website that will continue to collect cases of unexpected remission. She also provides one-on-one Integrative Cancer Consultations and guided meditation instruction to cancer patients.”


Read her conclusions from studying what she refers to as unexpected-remission.  Dr. Turner considers that term a more appropriate description than spontaneous remission.



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