JJ (Jean-Jacque) Throchon

Jean-Jacque JJ Throchon

JJ HAD A DEVASTATING PROBLEM. At age fifty-one, he was diagnosed with stage four cancer and given three years to live. Rather than accept that outcome, JJ did what he always does: he set out to find a solution. Desiring to look beyond traditional treatments and their often harmful side effects, he put his unconventionally wired mind to work. JJ was relentless as he investigated alternative therapies and pursued global trailblazers in cancer research. Moving from the role of patient to patient-researcher, he became a trailblazer in his own right, being sought after for his latest findings.

Ultimately, JJ brought together the most innovative international minds at the Rethinking Cancer 2017 conference in Paris. Together, they found common ground, and they continue to create integrative, synergistic approaches to treatment.

Today, almost a decade after his diagnosis, JJ has defied the odds and is cancer-free. Recently retired from his career as a commercial airline captain on the Airbus A380, he now devotes himself to sharing his ongoing research with scientists and patients.

JJ’s story illustrates how looking at things differently often enables us to see them in a whole new light. 

Check out his fascinating read at 

https://www.amazon.com/Flying-Against-Odds-Journey-Healing/dp/295746750X/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=flying+against+the+odds&qid=1621084593&sr=8-2

Check out his website at 

https://jeanjacquestrochon.com

 

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