Posts Tagged 'cancer treatment support resources'

A two-time breast cancer survivor’s journey through cancerland

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A two-time breast cancer survivor’s journey through cancerland

When men dressed like Franciscan monks, wearing sandals and brown hooded robes belted with a rope, appeared in Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos’ dreams in 1999 and told her she had breast cancer, she didn’t ignore them although her recent mammogram, Pap smear and blood work had revealed no abnormalities.

Listening to her dreams, or what can better be described as nightmares, she badgered her doctors for different tests but instead was given three more mammograms and four blood tests over a ...

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Hippocrates co-director: There is no need to die from a disease

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Anthony William and Dianne Burnett

Medical Medium Anthony William and Joan Valentine Foundation Founder Dianne Burnett share ideas and thoughts about cancer at her Malibu home.

A meeting of the minds took place at the home of Dianne Burnett, where several experts with an average of 26 years of experience in the health care and cancer fields, gathered to share information pertaining ...

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The importance of GMO labeling

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Wouldn’t you like to know if the foods you eat are made with genetically modified ingredients? It seems like a no-brainer yet not everyone agrees. GMOs, or Genetically Modified Organisms, are combining the genes of separate organisms to engineer a new one using DNA technology — and are a hot topic these days. Some GM foods include maize, soybean, oilseed rape (canola), chicory, squash, potato, pineapple and strawberries. GM foods may provide greater resistance to ...

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The 30-day countdown to Food Day begins

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If you’re wondering if Food Day is October 16 or October 24, you’re not alone.

October 16, 2011 is World Food Day, which the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations celebrates  each year on October 16, the day on which the Organization was founded in 1945. And October 24, 2011 is Food Day that  focuses on the United States. ...

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Cancer Prevention: Some Fruits & Vegetables Bring Specific Protection

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April 20th, 2010 – by: David Servan-Schreiber, M.D., Ph.D.
My friend and colleague Richard Béliveau, Ph.D. one of the world’s leading researcher in the effects of foods on cancer biochemistry, was so struck by the results of the Bofetta study that I discussed in my last blog that he sent me his reaction, which I’d like to share with you. According to Dr. Béliveau, although we know that consumption of copious amounts of certain specific fruits and vegetables reduces the ...

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Cancer Update from Johns Hopkins

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Cancer Update from Johns Hopkins :

1. Every person has cancer cells in the body. These cancer cells do not show up in the standard tests until they have multiplied to a few billion. When doctors tell cancer patients that there are no more cancer cells in their bodies after treatment, it just means the tests are unable to detect the cancer cells because they have not reached the detectable size.

2. Cancer cells occur between 6 to more than 10 times ...

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Untested Type of Fluoride Used in the Overwhelming Majority of U.S. Water Supplies

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Posted by: admin on: January 17 2011

Since inception of Dr. Kelley’s site in the year 2000, one of our focuses has been on the poisonous use of Fluoride in our drinking water. Dr. Kelley’s history with (and against) fluoridation of our drinking water in America, is widely noted, and because of it, we continue to warn our readers of said dangers.

Dartmouth University wrote in 2001:
In a recent article in the journal NeuroToxicology, a research team led by Roger ...

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Some women are amazing—others are nothing short of riveting and unforgettable like… Dianne Burnett

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December 29, 2010
By Beverly Hills Times Magazine

The day we met…two strangers; by the time the interview was finished …fast friends. Burnett is a warrior—my kind of woman—actually every woman’s kind of woman.

She inspires with her talent, offers encouragement with her wisdom, and maybe most important, she is an advocate for spiritual growth and change.

As she says, moving forward requires that we overcome our fears to face what isn’t working, and then do something positive with it.

No doubt Burnett has ...

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Shopping List: Basic Ingredients for a Healthy Kitchen

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The first step to cooking healthy is to stock your kitchen with a variety of foods that you can throw together for healthy meals in a hurry. Keep these foods on hand for fast meals on busy nights.

In the cupboard
• Beans: black, pinto, kidney, chickpeas, lentils, refried
• Rice: brown, long grain, rice mixes
• Pasta: whole wheat, spaghetti, fettucini, penne, bowtie, ramen noodles
• Other grains: couscous, orzo, cornmeal, whole wheat crackers, bread sticks, bread crumbs
• Onions
• Canned tomatoes: diced, whole, ...

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Esophageal Cancer

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Esophageal cancer occurs in the tube that carries food from the mouth to the stomach. Although survival rates have improved over the years, esophageal cancer is usually diagnosed when it has advanced and is more difficult to treat.
According to the American Cancer Society, about 16,470 Americans will be diagnosed with esophageal cancer, and about 14,280 deaths will result from the disease, which affects men three to four times more often than women and 50% more African Americans than Caucasians. ...

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