Here is some very sound and practical information from two of my friend and colleagues. The first is from Dr. Isaac Eliaz, M.D. who is also an expert in Integrative Cancer Care as well as…
Dr. David Servan Schreiber: A Path to Health for Cancer Patients
Here is a an exceptional lecture that is full of hope and a path to health for cancer patients. It ‘s an hour long but well worth watching.
How Will We Get A National Cancer Prevention Plan?
President’s Report on Cancer calls on America to rethink the way we confront cancer, including much more rigorous regulation of chemicals. Existing chemical regulations do not protect public health. Many known cancer-causing chemicals are still unregulated.
FREE House Cleaning for Cancer Patients during Chemotherapy
If you know of a woman currently undergoing chemotherapy for cancer, please pass the word to her that there is a cleaning service that provides FREE housecleaning – once per month for 4 months while she is in treatment.
Cancer Causing Chemicals: Dangerous Exposures Everyday
More than 80,000 chemicals now in use have never been fully assessed for toxic impacts on human health and the environment. Many of these chemicals are linked to increased incidence of cancer. Watch this shocking and disturbing video by expert Linda Greer.
A Proven Cancer Fighting Strategy: Stop Inflammation
Five Ways to Reduce Inflammation Naturally and Prevent this Known Cause of Cancer. The relationship between cancer and inflammation is well established. There is a strong association between chronic, ongoing inflammation in the body and the occurrence of cancer. It is most obviously demonstrated with the increased chance (five to seven times higher than the general population) for people with chronic inflammatory diseases.
Cancer Causing Cosmetics: Poisons in Your Bathroom
Chemicals found in cosmetics and personal care products are currently unregulated. Ingredients such as pthalates, coal tar, talc and parabens have been linked to increased risk of cancer. Many have been banned in Europe but not in the United States. Two excellent sources of information about toxic chemicals in our cosmetics are FemmeToxic (see their list of the “ToxicTwenty”, the most dangerous
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