Manifesto for a Cancer Patient Now Available on Amazon

What choices do cancer patients have? Why do those choices seem so few? Manifesto for a Cancer Patient, by Colleen Huber, NMD, addresses these questions.

Recently featured on Your Life A to Z, Channel 3 TV, Phoenix, this book is a manifesto for patient rights and a manual through the cancer journey from a naturopathic medical doctor.

“Cancer patients need a manifesto to help restore their rightful position to the head of the table,” says Huber. “If the adult human is to regain personal sovereignty—that is, complete decision-making authority over his or her own health—the worship of the physician as demigod must end. The doctor is more appropriately an adviser regarding health and disease.”

Huber is president of the Naturopathic Cancer Society, and was the keynote speaker of the 2015 Euro Cancer Summit and the 2016 World Congress on Cancer Therapy, and a keynote speaker at the 2016 and 2017 World Congress on Breast Cancer. 

To order Manifesto for a Cancer Patient, visit


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