I thought he did the conventional treatment up front but then tried alternative intertwined after his cancer returned. Let's face it he lived a long time with what is ultimately an incurable cancer so whatever he did was right for him.
Here’s the article http://www.thedailybeast.com/article...ne-cancer.html
But, who knows what the truth really is?
I think it’s a rather private matter about what treatment you choose or don’t choose. But, I’ve noticed that we like to blame people for the misfortune that befalls them.
I knew a woman whose child was distressed because he heard on the news that someone had broken into a woman’s apartment and killed her in her bathtub. He couldn’t understand how it could have happened when the woman had done nothing wrong. I think somehow that’s what we do. Say things like — she should have had an alarm system or whatever it is that we say that makes us feel like no random misfortune will ever happen to us.