cancer prevention

What if I were to tell you that the secret to preventing cancer is inside your body right now? Something you were born with, that works tirelessly to keep you safe from foreign invaders?  A basic function of your body that may be overwhelmed (but isn’t out of the game just yet)? I’m talking about […]

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There’s a lot of debate around the role of mammograms and cancer development. I’ve been a doctor for a long time.  I’ve seen incredible medical breakthroughs and questions answered that stumped doctors and scientists for generations.  Some of these scientific advances are valuable and vital to preventing and fighting disease.  Some even extend patient life. […]

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Cancer is currently the #2 killer of men and women worldwide. It’s expected to overtake heart disease in the next two decades. Listening to cancer organizations talk about “fighting cancer” gives the impression that they’re winning when in fact, they’re not moving the needle much at all. Orthodox medical care has made very little progress […]

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These days, the reality of cancer seems to be an almost expected part of life. Chances are high that either you or someone you know has dealt with this human epidemic. Any techniques that can keep the #2 killer on the planet from claiming your life should be considered. Nothing should be off the table […]

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That seems a funny thing to say, when the very name spreads terror, but it’s true! Cancer has a great deal to teach us about health. Cancer is what happens, basically, when your health gets wrecked. It’s not a death knell but it is a wake up call, telling you things have gone very wrong […]

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Using food to prevent prostate cancer sounds too easy, doesn’t it?  Research published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute confirmed that it really can be as simple as that. Broccoli, cauliflower, rutabaga, arugula, radish, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, greens, watercress, turnips, and kale are members of the cruciferous vegetable family.  Scientifically, they […]

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Are WE winning the war against cancer (holistic practitioners that is)? We all know that orthodox medicine is NOT winning the war. But they claim that death rates are going down (true for many common cancers) and, of course, they take the credit. Overall, cancer death rates decreased by 1.8% per year among men and […]

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This may seem like a bit of an exaggeration but it’s a common saying of mine that, “we are all battling cancer.” Cancer already overtook heart disease as the number-one killer disease of the West. Current figures worldwide show that 1 in 2 men and almost as many women will get cancer. That’s startling 50/50 […]

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the Forces of Evil & Darkness on the Move, Yet Again My friend Lynne McTaggart is at the center of a storm once again. Forces which don’t want the public to read good news on cancer alternatives tried to shut down her magazine What Doctors Don’t Tell You (known affectionately as WDDTY). It’s all reminiscent […]

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One of the benefits of living in our time is that this is an age of science and technological advancements. Modern medicine can accomplish nearly anything. If you cut off your arm, doctors can reattach it. If your heart fails, they can transplant a new one into your body or give you an artificial one […]

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You know how beneficial an apple a day can be – as long as you’re not allergic, of course – but what about grapes? Can grapes actually ward off cancer? If they’re crushed and fermented into wine – studies show they can. The Power of Antioxidants Produce is healthy and beneficial for your body. Over […]

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