Tag Archives: cancer
Because April is Cancer Awareness Month in several countries, we’ve devoted a series of blogs this month to cancer—and especially to the work of one pioneering MD (now retired) who pushed the envelope of cancer treatment for four decades with astonishing success. Using techniques to support the amazing healing power … Continue reading
Last week, we introduced you to the ideas of an MD (now retired) who pushed the medical envelope for four decades to treat cancer patients. Long before there were clinics specializing in an integrative approach, he was including targeted nutrition (among other things) as part of his cancer treatment. In … Continue reading
Well—here in Canada, spring is arriving and the daffodils have begun poking their heads toward the sun. It’s a joy to see these bursts of spring not just in people’s gardens, but also in flower shops, grocery stores, homes and offices, and (even) on people’s lapels. Yes, that’s right: on … Continue reading
We offer the first blog of the new year to alert our readers to a disturbing situation fueled by influential medical groups. As bizarre as what follows may sound, the danger is real and imminent. The American Psychiatric Association has proposed new criteria for diagnosing an umbrella disease called “Somatic … Continue reading
Eat to Save Your Life answers the hard nutrition questions.
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