I sure hope this is a hypothetical question, RMM. Please let us know if there's any additional support we can provide.
But I would take to heart the experience and lessons I've collected here for just such a purpose:
Dr. Brooke Goldner says she has had raw vegans come to her with health issues and she puts them on her raw vegan program with tons of greens- about 1-3 pounds a day, and high amounts of omega 3 fats- (with low omega 6 fats), a cup or more of freshly ground flax or chia seeds a day, plus unlimited avocado. This is a general recommendation for most people. Dr. Goldner says she always get good results.
Long time vegan Ellen Jaffe Jones went on Dr. Goldner's program after she developed psoriasis.
You can read about it on her Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/DrGoldner/posts/ellen-jaffe-jones-says-goo...
I just watched Dr. Goldner's live webinar this past week and in the Q and A, which lasted for three hours!, she said she had a client with end stage breast cancer ask her if Dr. G could help her boost her immune system and have more energy. The client wanted to attend her daughter's wedding in four weeks. So after doing Dr. G's protocol for four weeks her pain from the tumors in her bones went from 8-9 down to 2 and a tumor growing out of her clavicle completely disappeared and she had so much energy that she danced at her daughter's wedding.
I would do a 40 day water fast. I have done many long term water fasts for minor things. I would do it in a tropical place. I would take my kids on a tropical vacation.
Yeah I'd definitely remove all stress from my life and go to a relaxing tropical location. Get plenty of sun, fruit, and water.
Fast and rest in a tropical location.
I would eat as clean as possible...all organic, all raw, loads of calories, loads of greens, loads of tropical fruit, juices, lots of rest, reduce stress, eliminate toxic load from all chemicals such as hair dyes, shampoos etc, clean water, clean air, lots of sunshine, lots of love and gratitude, positive people only.
Kinda what I do everyday anyway :D
I already have almost a decade of experience with eating an extremely clean diet, my life is pretty much stress free, I get plenty of sun - but not too much, and I have done a water fast in the past. So If I found out that I had cancer in spite of all that, I'd probably go to a good doctor and heed his advice.
Bart, how exactly are you going to find a good doctor, or were you joking?
Recommendations of friends and acquaintances, online research, and not being afraid to go and see multiple doctors until you find one that you trust. There's a lot of shitty doctors out there, but there's also a lot of fantastic ones as well.