- Anti Depressants-Sleeping Aid
- Cardio & Blood-Cholesterol
- General health
- Healthy bones Osteoporosis Rheumatic
- Men's Health-Erectile Dysfunction
- Pain Relief-Muscle Relaxers
- Skin Care
- Weight Loss
- Women's Health
Let’s be quite clear from the start just what you are up against. Most doctors and other practitioners who treat people with cancer want to be in complete control of the situation themselves. They are used to treating their patients like ignorant and dependent children. They are used, not to making recommendations, but to giving orders. They are used to their patients meekly and without question obeying those orders. Patients who do ask questions and want to make their own decisions, are treated as a father might treat naughty, rebellious children. In an effort to eradicate what they see as a threat to their authority, they may act busy and important, patronise, cajole or intimidate.
So don’t expect it to be easy. You are unlikely to get willing cooperation and may be treated with hostility, impatience, ridicule or condescension if you insist on clear explanations that will enable you to make your own decisions. You must be prepared to deal with these tactics.