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15 Disturbing Facts About CT Scan Safety

2015 - 03 - 14 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

CT scan In a previous article (“Radiation from CT Scans Linked to Cancer”), I discussed research published in a 2009 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine revealing that CT scans deliver far more...

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3-D Mammograms: Do They Save Lives?

2014 - 06 - 28 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

3-D MammogramsA new study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) shows that 3-D mammograms find more breast cancer than regular digital mammograms. Read More

5 cancer causing foods in your kitchen

2016 - 03 - 15 | Author: Shalini Sahni

5 cancer causing foodsAccording to the American Cancer Society, about 1,685,210 new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2016. Believe it or not, one of the major threats that put us at the risk of deadly cancer is...

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5 Cancer Fighting Foods to Add to Your Diet Today

2017 - 04 - 10 | Author: Amelia Robert

Cancer Fighting VegetableCancer is one of the biggest medical problems facing us today, largely because there is just so much we don’t understand about it yet. While some causes can ...

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5 Lifestyle Changes to Avoid Cancer

2016 - 03 - 26 | Author: Shalini Sahni

healthy livingA new study published in the journal Nature states that the majority of cancers (70-90%) are caused by lifestyle and environmental factors [1] and not by the "bad luck" of random mutations, as per a previous study [2]. The...

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5 Reasons Cancer Cells and Sugar Are Best Friends

2014 - 03 - 09 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD


Patrick Quillin, PHD, RD, CNS, former director of nutrition for Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, OK, wrote: “It puzzles me why the simple concept ‘sugar feeds cancer’ can be so dramatically overlooked as part of a comprehensive cancer...

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5 Signs You Will Get Cancer and 7 Ways to Prevent Cancer

2014 - 08 - 05 | Author: Dr. David Brownstein

Editors’ Note: This is another partial transcription of Dr. David Brownstein’s free webinar with Newsmax Health on How to Prevent Cancer.  Brownstein’s most important points are exactly what we have been saying for years! And as we stated before, although he discusses primarily cancer prevention, this information is equally valuable...

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5 Ways Bone Broth Boosts Your Immune System and Fights Cancer

2016 - 11 - 22 | Author: Dr. Veronique Desaulniers

Bone Broth

There has been a lot of hub-bub about the benefits of bone broth in health circles lately. It is wise (and sane) not to immediately get on the bandwagon of every latest health...

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5 Ways to Feel Sexy After Cancer

2016 - 02 - 09 | Author: Natalie Hatjes

sexy after cancerThere are certain experiences in life that are by nature transformative, and when you come out the other side, you cannot go back to the way things were. You are forever changed. Cancer...

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6 Ways Saunas Help Fight Cancer

2014 - 10 - 31 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

sauna Saunas and sweat baths have been used by various cultures throughout history to flush out toxins and disease and maintain optimal physical and mental health. Saunas,...

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6 Ways Saunas Help Fight Cancer – Part Four

2014 - 11 - 17 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

sauna In previous blogs, I discussed many anti-cancer benefits of saunas, including direct cancer cell death, improved circulation, toxin elimination, weight loss, and immune activation. Now...

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6 Ways Saunas Help Fight Cancer - Part Three

2014 - 11 - 12 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

sauna In previous blogs about cancer and saunas, I wrote about their role in direct cancer cell death, improved circulation/oxygenation, and elimination of toxins....

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6 Ways Saunas Help Fight Cancer – Part Two

2014 - 11 - 04 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

circulation In my first blog on saunas, I wrote about how heat and hyperthermic treatments can directly kill cancer cells. Now I want to discuss other...

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6 Ways to Stimulate Your Lymphatic System

2016 - 09 - 29 | Author: Leonard Parker

Lymphatic System

A healthy lymphatic system keeps your body in optimal condition and is a critical component of your immune system. A dysfunctional lymph system makes you weaker, more vulnerable to...

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7 Ways to Prevent Cancer – Part Three

2014 - 08 - 19 | Author: Dr. David Brownstein

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Editors’ Note: Here is the final transcription of Dr. David Brownstein’s free webinar with Newsmax Health on How to Prevent Cancer.  Brownstein’s most important points are exactly what we...

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7 Ways to Prevent Cancer – Part Two

2014 - 08 - 13 | Author: Dr. David Brownstein

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Editors’ Note: This is another partial transcription of Dr. David Brownstein’s free webinar with Newsmax Health on How to Prevent...

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8 Ways Curcumin Fights Cancer

2016 - 06 - 07 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

curcumin bowlCurcumin, the natural active component of the spice turmeric, has a long history in Chinese and Indian medicine for its ability to fight many chronic disorders.  Now, modern science has discovered ...

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Activated Charcoal: A Powerful, Gentle Detoxifier

2015 - 12 - 02 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Activated CharcoalThe use of charcoal for health has been around since the time of the Egyptians. That might sound strange, given all the evidence that the black stuff on your barbeque grill...

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Agent Orange in GMO Food!

2014 - 01 - 16 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

CornIn the introduction to Hungrier for Health, we learned that genetically modified foods are dangerous enough! But Monsanto Roundup weed killer was just one step in the GMO food horror story. Now ...

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April is National Stress Awareness Month

2015 - 04 - 10 | Author: Elyse Schear

StressStress is generally recognized to have a negative or at least a potentially negative impact on health, and the results of clinical studies conducted over the past two decades corroborate this widely-held...

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Are Genes Destiny? Epigenetics and Cancer

2016 - 06 - 29 | Author: Consuelo Reyes


“Falling for this myth could give you cancer.”

“Your habits are more important than your genes.”

— Dr. Joseph Mercola

It’s a depressing thought – the idea that regardless of...

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Are Your Calcium Supplements Increasing your Breast Cancer Risk?

2017 - 09 - 18 | Author: Dr. Veronique Desaulniers

Breast Cancer RiskThe fact that breast cancer is the most common diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of death in general for women is well-known. It makes no...

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Are Your Personal Care Products Making You Sick?

2015 - 11 - 30 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Personal Care ProductsChocolate mint chip. Decades ago, it was my favorite ice cream. But it recently came to me in the form of natural deodorant, a gift from Ava Anderson NonToxics representative...

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Avoid These 3 Common Juicing Mistakes

2014 - 09 - 12 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

3 Common Juicing MistakesWhether you are juicing to maintain general health, to prevent cancer, or to help reverse diagnosed disease, you want to make sure you get the...

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Bad Carbs Can Double Cancer Risk

2016 - 04 - 13 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Good Carbs vs Bad CarbsAs many of my readers have noticed, I have written two previous articles about sugar and cancerMy second blog included several recent research studies...

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BC-008: Dr. Susan Silberstein interviews Dr. Veronique Desaulniers (AKA Dr. V.) on natural, safe and effective ways to prevent and heal breast cancer.

2015 - 04 - 15 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Veronique DesaulniersDr. Veronique Desaulniers (AKA Dr. V.): Breast Cancer Conqueror

By Susan Silberstein, PhD Best-selling author of Heal Breast Cancer Naturally, Dr. “V” has spent more than 30 years in the wellness field as...

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BC-010 Dr. Susan Silberstein interviews world-renowned biochemist and China Study Author Dr. T. Colin Campbell

2015 - 07 - 19 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

It is a pleasure to share this interview with my long-term colleague Dr. T. Colin Campbell, a specialist in researching the effects of diet on health. Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University and one of the lead scientists for the China-Oxford-Cornell Diet and Health Project, ...

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BC-013 Dr. Susan Silberstein interviews 22-year recovered stage IV breast cancer patient Ann Fonfa about the natural approaches that got her well.

2016 - 01 - 11 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Ann FonfaIn 1993, Ann Fonfa was diagnosed with breast cancer. She underwent a mastectomy but refused chemotherapy and radiation. By 1997 her disease had progressed to stage IV, but she is now...

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BC-014 Dr. Susan Silberstein interviews “The Truth About Cancer” Producer Ty Bollinger on Natural Cancer Cures

2016 - 01 - 15 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Ty Bollinger photoTy Bollinger lost both of his parents and several other family members to the ravages of conventional cancer treatment. That led him to pursue nationwide and worldwide journeys to research natural...

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BC-016 Dr. Susan Silberstein interviews Jenny Hrbacek, RN, on Safe, Effective Early Cancer Detection and Monitoring Tests

2016 - 04 - 19 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Jenny Hrbacek RNDespite annual checkups, negative mammograms, and clean bills of health, Jenny was diagnosed with invasive ductal breast carcinoma in 2009. After undergoing a double mastectomy, achieving clear surgical margins,...

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BC-017 Debbie Melamed interviews cancer hypnotherapist Avinoam Lerner on the power of the mind and how it can be your greatest ally in cancer recovery.

2016 - 04 - 26 | Author: Debbie Melamed

New Cancer ParadigmAvinoam Lerner is an innovative author, holistic health coach, and complementary medicine practitioner specializing in cancer recovery. He works with patients to strengthen their innate immune response through approaches such...

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BC-018 Susan Silberstein interviews thermologist Dr. Philip Getson on the powerful role that thermographic imaging can play in helping women be proactive for their breast health

2016 - 07 - 19 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Philip Getson, DO Philip Getson, DO, is a Board Certified Family Physician in practice since 1976 in New Jersey. The founder of Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging, he is an expert in medical thermography...

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BC-019 Susan Silberstein interviews 18-Year Aggressive Breast Cancer Survivor and Certified Nutrition Specialist Beth Schroeder, MS, CNS

2016 - 07 - 25 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Beth Schroeder"You beat cancer, or any chronic condition, by how you live, why you live and what you eat to live." ~ Beth Schroeder

Beth Schroeder, MS, CNS, holds a Master of Science degree...

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BC-020 Susan Silberstein interviews Dr. Millie Lytle on Eating for Meaning

2016 - 08 - 15 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Millie LytleDr. Millie Lytle, ND, MPH, CNC, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and Certified Nutrition Specialist in practice in New York City as a member of Tournesol Wellness’ Primary Care Team. ...

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BC-021 Susan Silberstein interviews Dr. Helayne Waldman on What Cancer Survivors Need Most

2016 - 09 - 09 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

RenewDr. Helayne Waldman, EdD, CNE, is an oncology nutrition expert and certified nutrition educator in private practice in Oakland, California. A teacher for over 25 years, she is currently on the faculty of Hawthorn...

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BC-024 Susan Silberstein interviews Dr. Linda Isaacs on Individualized Nutritional Protocols for Cancer

2016 - 12 - 21 | Author:

Linda IsaacsLinda L. Isaacs, MD, received her medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and completed her residency at New York University Medical School. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, she practices in New York...

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BC-025 Debbie Melamed Interviews Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy on The Cancer Revolution

2017 - 01 - 09 | Author: BeatCancer.Org

Leigh Erin ConnealyLeigh Erin Connealy, MD is Founder and Medical Director of Center for New Medicine in Irvine, California. She opened the Cancer Center for Healing in 2015 and is releasing her book,...

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BC-026 Susan Silberstein interviews Jackie Roberge on the Concepts of Cancer Shift and Cancer as a Messenger

2017 - 02 - 02 | Author:

Jackie RobergeJackie Roberge is a Certified Holistic Cancer Coach through and creator of her own CancerShift coaching program. She is also a certified Life Purpose Coach and certified Yoga Instructor. ...

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BC-028 Debbie Melamed Interviews Dr. Leigh Connealy on The Cancer Revolution (Part 2)

2017 - 02 - 07 | Author: BeatCancer.Org

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Leigh Erin Connealy, MD is Founder and Medical Director of Center for New Medicine in Irvine, California. She opened the Cancer Center for Healing in 2015 and is releasing her...

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BC-043 Director of Community Outreach, Debra Melamed speaks with Regional Sales Director of Foundation Medicine, Amy Macalintal about their comprehensive genomic profiling tests

2018 - 10 - 16 | Author:

These tests are for people with a cancer diagnosis that are considering chemotherapy, have had traditional treatment that has failed them, or for someone who has had a reoccurrence. Their tests detect genomic alterations on cancer tumor cells’ DNA. They help your doctor...

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BC-057 Learn How Mari Beth Beat Cancer by Incorporating A New Lifestyle

2019 - 07 - 08 | Author: Debra Melamed

Mari Beth Nicastro was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017. As a person who had always been interested in natural healing, she did extensive research and opted out of conventional treatment. She decided to take...

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BC-058 INTRO TO A COACH: Jackie Bye Learn About The Breast Cancer Personality and How Coach Jackie Bye Learned What It Takes To Put Yourself First In Order To Heal

2019 - 08 - 03 | Author: Debra Melamed

Jackie Bye was a “Super-Busy Mom” living in the fast-lane until it came to a screeching halt when she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at the age of 46 years old. She felt her body was running on...

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Be Proactive and Prevent Breast Cancer with These Seven Easy Steps

2015 - 05 - 03 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

healthy womanCancer cannot grow in a healthy body so your goal for cancer prevention and healing is to strengthen your body. And as it strengthens, cancer cells weaken.

But just how do you do that?...

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BeatCancer and The National Smoke Out

2014 - 11 - 14 | Author:

National smoke out posterRenowned hypnotherapist Dr. Steven Rosenberg, Ph.D. will raise awareness for the Annual National Smoke Out and in his mission to help people lead a healthier life by quitting ...

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BeatCancer Minute: 3 reasons why most people do not die from their cancer.

2014 - 06 - 01 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD



"Now why is nutrition so important? Because most cancer patients don't die from their tumors. They die of malnutrition, toxemia, and or opportunistic infections. Proper nutrition can address all...

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BeatCancer Minute: Cancer Deaths Avoidable by Dietary Changes

2014 - 06 - 20 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD


Cancer Deaths Avoidable Through Dietary Change.

The most comprehensive study of diet, health and disease ever completed concluded that the transition in China from the traditional Asian plant-based diet to the western diet --...

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Ben and Jerry’s GMO Food Fight

2014 - 06 - 21 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Ben and Jerry's GMO Food FightLast month, Vermont became the first state in the nation to require that all foods produced with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs) be labeled as such. ...

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Benign Breast Disease: Good or Bad News?

2015 - 01 - 22 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

benign breast disease You may feel like celebrating if your biopsy for breast cancer came back negative, but you’d...

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Best Fruits and Vegetables to Eat

2012 - 11 - 30 | Author: Judith DeCava, CNC, LNC.


Consider the betaine in foods like spinach, beets, whole wheat, whole sugar cane, and seafood. Betaine protects cells, proteins, and enzymes from environmental stress. A deficiency of methyl donors like betaine can...

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Beware: Cancer Charity Scam

2015 - 05 - 22 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Guidestar LogoTwo days ago the Federal Trade Commission, in conjunction with the attorneys general of all 50 states, filed lawsuits against four cancer charities for nationwide fraud. Over a five-year period, a...

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Bill Henderson: Beating Cancer Gently

2016 - 07 - 11 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

bill henderson cancer authorFarewell to another great contributor to the field of non-toxic cancer therapy.  On July 4, Bill Henderson, a member of the Advisory Panel, died at the age of 84.  In...

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Bitter Melon Extract Kills Breast Cancer

2016 - 07 - 04 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Bitter MelonBitter melon ( Momordica charantia) is a vegetable that is common in kitchens all over Asia and is also used for medicinal purposes in China, India, Central America and elsewhere around the world. It has been gaining popularity in the West as well, largely...

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Blending for Breast Cancer Health

2015 - 03 - 28 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Blending for Breast Cancer

When I coach women on The “7 Essentials System ™ of healing the body naturally, I am often asked about the benefits of juicing versus blending. Which is...

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Book Review: Cancer’s Best Medicine

2015 - 04 - 28 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cancer's Best MedicineAs many of you know, offers various educational materials, the majority of which are available from our e-store. Most of them I have developed myself. There is one notable exception, however: Cancer’s Best Medicine by Mauris Emeka. The...

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Breast Cancer and Fitness: When Cancer Happens to a Fit Body

2015 - 05 - 31 | Author: Lisa Nicolette

Fit Survivor Lisa Nicolette During the summer of 2007, I had trained with a team of competitive bodybuilders and fitness models with the goal of not...

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Breast Cancer Screening and Overdiagnosis

2017 - 01 - 16 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

mammographyThe latest study to raise questions about the value of screening mammograms was published online last week by the  Annals of Internal Medicine. A group of Danish researchers followed women ages 50 to 69 ...

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Burst Training for Breast Cancer Health: Why Spend an Hour Exercising When You Can Do It In Twenty Minutes?

2015 - 04 - 25 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

burst training for breast cancerI have been a runner since I was 16 years old. Even today, I love to put those running shoes on and go outdoors....

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Burton Goldberg, “The Voice of Alternative Medicine”

2016 - 11 - 26 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Burton Goldberg

It seems I am often running a few weeks behind the news, and this story is no exception. I wish I could write blog posts that are perfectly timely, but I was out on...

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Campi Verdi Foods

2016 - 03 - 22 | Author: Alane Degli Esposti

Campi Verdi FoodsIn the late 1970’s my family became involved with the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education. Back then it was known as FACT. Executive director, Susan Silberstein, actually performed an...

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Can A Ketogenic Diet Cure Cancer?

2014 - 12 - 20 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cancer as a metabolic DiseaseOver the years, there have been many diets purported to provide the cancer solution: The Grape Cure Diet, the Gerson Diet, the Hallelujah Diet, the Macrobiotic ...

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Can Basil Help You Fight Cancer?

2016 - 01 - 05 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Green Leafy HerbIf your kitchen were to only have a few herbs in it, basil should be at the top of the list. Not only is this green, leafy herb tasty, it is also...

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Can Coloring Your Hair Lead to Cancer?

2016 - 10 - 13 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Hair DyeRoughly 75 % of all women and men in the United States, Europe and Japan color their hair in some form, and the majority do it on a regular basis for years. ...

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Can Exercise Reduce Cancer Risk?

2014 - 01 - 22 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Can Excercise Reduce Cancer RiskExercising is one of the best things you can do for your overall health.  It can also lower your risk for many types of cancer, as well as other...

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Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Help Heal Cancer?

2017 - 01 - 24 | Author: Veronique Desaulniers

hyperbaric oxygenImagine a large room. Several individuals are lying on long, cylinder-type beds with glass tops. They have their eyes closed and appear to be very relaxed. This is not a scene from a science...

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Can Soy Help with Breast Cancer Prevention?

2017 - 05 - 17 | Author: Veronique Desaulniers

Fermented SoySoy has gotten a bad rap lately. In large part, this is for good reason. According to figures from the United States Department of Agriculture, approximately 94% of all soybeans grown in the US are genetically modified....

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Can Strawberries Prevent Cancer?

2014 - 09 - 03 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

When it comes to preventing cancer, can strawberries really make a difference? Absolutely! Strawberries can affect risk for several different cancers in several different ways. They can even help reverse cancer growth. The research is impressive, but make sure you get the right amount and the right ...

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Can Stress Cause Cancer?

2014 - 04 - 23 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Can Stress Cause CancerDoes stress cause cancer? Perhaps not directly, but stress can greatly disturb the delicate balance of body chemistry necessary for cancer protection, especially if it is ongoing...

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Can Stress Cause Cancer? Part 2

2014 - 04 - 29 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Can Stress Cause CancerIn my first blog on stress and cancer , I discussed research in the field of psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) which links the body’s nervous system, ...

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Can Stress Cause Cancer? Part 3

2014 - 05 - 07 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Can Stress Cause CancerStress and cancer are connected via every organ system[/caption] In previous blogs, I talked about the effect of stress on immunity, nervous system function,hormone balance, and digestion, and...

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Can Stress Cause Cancer? Part 4

2014 - 06 - 02 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Can Stress Cause CancerThis is my final blog about the many mechanisms by which stress can contribute to cancer. We’ve already discussed seven mechanisms; here are the last three.


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Can Vitamin C Cure Cancer?

2015 - 06 - 11 | Author: Julia Greenwald

Oranges You’ve heard about intravenous therapy (drip therapy) to deliver medication, but could high-dose intravenous (IV) infusion of something as ubiquitous as vitamin C slow or cure cancer? Decades...

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Cancer -- The Need for a Paradigm Shift

2014 - 07 - 16 | Author: Mauris Emeka

Malignant tumors are commonly referred to as ‘the cancer’. But in truth, these tumors are symptoms of cancer; and in reality cancer is the process that gives rise to malignant tumor symptoms. Therefore, we are better served when we give less attention to tumor symptoms ...

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Cancer and Oxygen

2016 - 01 - 26 | Author: Mauris Emeka

Cancer and OxygenAs you probably realize, an anti-cancer diet constitutes a major theme of the articles we post, the lectures we give, and the educational materials we distribute at


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Cancer and the Food Body Spirit Connection

2015 - 11 - 21 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Food Body Graphic Susan I’ve recently received an invitation to be interviewed as a part of an exciting 12-day online summit called The Food-Body-Spirit Connection. ...

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Cancer and the Lymph System: The Crucial Importance of Lymphatic Drainage

2015 - 08 - 22 | Author: Loretta T. Friedman, RN, MS, DC, CCN, CNS, DACBN, DCBCN

lymphatic system

The question is no longer "Am I toxic?", but rather "How toxic am I?"  Unfortunately, we live in an extremely noxious world today.  For...

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Cancer Can Be Prevented! Absolutely!

2013 - 12 - 27 | Author: Dr. Jacquilen Tomas-Ali, ND

Here’s how:

Watch Your Weight1. Watch Your Weight

Research has shown that being overweight or obese substantially raises a person's risk of getting endometrial (uterine), breast, prostate, and colorectal cancers....

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Cancer Deception

2016 - 12 - 05 | Author: Dr Michael B. Schachter and Elyn Jacobs

“Alternative treatment protocols have the potential to be competitive if not superior to conventional treatments. They should be considered as primary, not merely supplementary options for treatment.” 

-- Dr. Michael B. Schachter

Time for Change

This past June,...

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Cancer Diagnosis? Read the Cancer Report!

2014 - 12 - 03 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

cancer report
“Every cell in your body is eavesdropping on your thoughts.”

--Deepak Chopra, MD

“Your biography is your biology.”

--Carolyn Myss, PhD

“Your issues are in your tissues.”

--Hermann Muller

“Deal with your emotions or...

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Cancer Diagnosis? Start from Square One!

2017 - 02 - 08 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Square One

If you or a loved one is battling cancer right now, I've got a timely message to share with you. My colleague, 13 year cancer survivor Chris Wark (, has put together an excellent...

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Cancer Fighting Foods: Dr. Candace Corson Interviews Dr. Susan Silberstein

2014 - 02 - 14 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Dr.Candace CorsonDr. Candace Corson Interviews Dr. Susan Silberstein: Listen Here

Candace Corson, MD, a Yale University-trained family medicine physician from South Bend, Indiana, recently collaborated with me on a telephone interview about Read More

Cancer Healing Your Way

2015 - 10 - 04 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Healing Your Way Three years ago, when our Board of Directors decided to move the headquarters from our 35-year home on Philadelphia’s ...

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Cancer Prevention 101: Simple Steps To Prevent Top Three Cancers

2014 - 01 - 06 | Author: Dr. Jacquilen Tomas-Ali, ND


We, at, believe that 90% of all cancers can be eliminated through environmental and lifestyle choices alone... And science agrees. Let’s take a look at the top three cancers and review what steps...

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Cancer Prevention Project for Young People

2014 - 09 - 05 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cancer Prevention project When I learned that the lifetime cancer risk is now nearly one in two Americans, I decided we...

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Cancer Soy Controversy

2014 - 05 - 19 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cancer Soy Controversy


Transcription from Lecture, Fight Cancer with your Fork:

“To soy or not to soy, that is the question. If we had three more weeks, we could...

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Cancer Support Network Interviews Dr. Susan Silberstein Cancer's Just a Word, Not a Sentence

2014 - 04 - 05 | Author: Elyn Jacobs

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Cancer Support Network Interviews Dr. Susan Silberstein

Elyn Jacobs and her guest host Sharon Roth-Lichtenfeld recently invited founder Susan Silberstein to be interviewed on the Cancer Support Network...

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Cancer Survivorship: A Nutritionist’s Perspective

2016 - 03 - 24 | Author: Helayne Waldman, MS, EdD

Whole Food Guide Waldman What happens when cancer treatments end?  Many folks describe the feeling as one of abandonment, of falling off a cliff into...

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Cancer Therapy Breakthrough?

2016 - 12 - 10 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

gold nano particle and cancerPeople are always asking my opinion about the latest, greatest cancer treatments. Well, here is a fascinating one-minute video on new cancer technology that literally explodes...

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Cancer, Candida, and Sugar

2016 - 04 - 18 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Hungry For Health book Hungrier for health book Kitchen Chemotherapy book ...

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Cancer, Polio & Immunotherapy

2016 - 06 - 25 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Cancer Polio and immunotherapyI recently wrote about intensified research interest in cancer immunotherapy spearheaded by the new Parker Institute. In a similar vein, just over a year...

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Cancer: Friend, Foe or Messenger?

2017 - 04 - 07 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Susan Silberstein

I am pleased to announce that I will be giving an interview as part of a terrific new online cancer course called Cancer – Friend, Foe,...

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Cancer-Fighting Fruits and their Cancer-Fighting Properties

2012 - 12 - 18 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD


According to research, the more fruit a teenage girl eats, the stronger her bones become. In a study on bone density, the girls who ate the most fruit had higher bonemineral densities, an indicator of bone...

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Cassandra: Cancer and the Mature Minor Doctrine

2015 - 01 - 16 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cassandra A 17-year-old Connecticut girl recently diagnosed with cancer who refused to undergo chemotherapy was removed from her home by state child welfare authorities in November. For the last...

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Changing the Way the World Detects Cancer

2016 - 03 - 22 | Author: Jenny Hrbacek, RN

Cancer FreeIt is very common that once cancer begins growing, it progresses for 8-10 years before it is able to be detected. However, new advances in technology are bringing us a new...

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Chemo Can Cause Long-Term Immune System Damage

2017 - 05 - 08 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Chemotherapy DrugA study published last year in Breast Cancer Research confirmed something that I had long suspected: namely, that, in addition to suppressing immunity during cancer treatment, chemotherapy can actually cause long-term damage...

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Chemotherapy and Radiation Side Effects

2014 - 01 - 09 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cancer Patient and Doctor

Hair loss and nausea are probably the most commonly feared side effects of chemotherapy and radiation. However, patients undergoing treatment for cancer often suffer from compromised immune function, low blood cell counts, lack of appetite, poor energy, weight...

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Complementary, Alternative and Integrative Therapies for Cancer

2015 - 12 - 29 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

journal of alternative and complementary therapyA new study published this month in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine showed that cancer patients commonly use complementary and integrative approaches, and that over 95% of patients would be interested in one...

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Contraceptives for Birth Control Part 2: Alternatives to Toxic Drugs

2016 - 05 - 25 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

no spermIn August of 2014, a study of over 1,100 women with breast cancer (and close to 22,000 controls) conducted by the American Association for Cancer Research found that synthetic birth control use increased breast cancer ...

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Cracking the Cancer Code: How Selenium Fights Cancer

2015 - 10 - 02 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

nuts-1622649 A study conducted through the University of Copenhagen, Demark has made an exciting discovery about the healing power of selenium. It has long been known that this trace mineral is beneficial for regulating the...

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Curcumin and Cancer – Part Two

2016 - 07 - 01 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

curcumin capsIn an earlier post, I discussed the fact that curcumin has been found to be one of the most powerful natural compounds for impacting cancer growth, and I summarized the various ways in which it works. Now...

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Diem Brown, Cancer Warrior

2014 - 11 - 20 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Diem BrownA few weeks ago I wrote about Brittany Maynard , who chose to end her life in the face of terminal brain cancer at the age of 29. A few days ago, Diem Brown, best...

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Diet and Cancer Survivors

2015 - 11 - 16 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Diet and Cancer SurvivorsA new Tufts University study published a couple of weeks ago in the journal Cancer found that cancer survivors aren’t eating as well as they should. Big surprise!...

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Diet and Cancer: A Dietitian’s Surprising Perspective – Part One

2015 - 04 - 13 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Registered DietitianOver my last 35+ years working in the cancer field as a nutrition educator, I have had many interesting encounters with registered dietitians. I have helped fight attempts to pass Pennsylvania dietitian licensure bills that would give only members of...

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Diet and Cancer: A Dietitian’s Surprising Perspective – Part Two

2015 - 04 - 23 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

samantha o'toole Vegetarian since she was 12, Samantha O’Toole has been passionately researching the healing power of nutrition for many years. Yet her pursuit of a career in dietetics left her feeling frustrated, confused, disappointed, and rejected. The close-mindedness she noticed among many dietitians was...

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Do You Have a Cancer-Prone Personality?

2014 - 08 - 20 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

DepressionIs someone you care about battling cancer? Do you want to prevent cancer for yourself or your loved ones? Even more important than early detection, dietary protection, and reducing toxic environmental exposures, research...

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Does Alcohol Cause Cancer?

2016 - 08 - 02 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

alcoholic beveragesWine-lovers often revel in the knowledge that resveratrol compounds in red wine confer anti-cancer protection. However, it’s not the alcohol that is beneficial. You can get plenty of...

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Does Autoimmune Disease Raise Your Risk of Breast Cancer?

2015 - 04 - 02 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

autoimmunedisease The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (REF) estimates that roughly 50 million Americans have some form of autoimmune disease, where the body’s immune system mistakenly turns on itself.

Seventy-five percent of those suffering from autoimmune...

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Does Coffee Cause Cancer?

2011 - 01 - 30 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

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Does Red Meat Cause Cancer?

2015 - 05 - 14 | Author: Elyse Schear

steak on grill Perhaps you have heard that eating meat – particularly red meat and processed meat — can cause cancer. But what meats are the most dangerous,...

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Dr James Belanger: Eating to Beat Cancer

2014 - 02 - 21 | Author: BeatCancer.Org

Dr. James Belanger

Interview: Elyn Jacobs with Dr. James Belanger Naturopathic Doctor

Dr James Belanger: Eating to Beat Cancer : Click Here to Download

Dr. James Belanger, who himself recovered from cancer using conventional and alternative cancer therapies, ...

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Dr Mitchell Gaynor: Getting to the Root Cause of Cancer

2014 - 03 - 22 | Author: BeatCancer.Org

Drdaynor HeadshotMitchell Gaynor, M.D. is Founder and President of Gaynor Integrative Oncology, Assistant Attending Physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Medical College.  He...

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Dr. Christine Horner: Neglected Breast Cancer Discoveries that Could Save Your Life

2014 - 07 - 21 | Author: Elyn Jacobs

Breast Cancer Discoveries Interview with Elyn Jacobs, Survive and Live Well, W4CS Radio, June 3, 2014

In this...

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Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, Holistic Oncologist

2015 - 07 - 27 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

dr-nicholas-gonzalez Nicholas Gonzalez, MD, famed nutritional cancer treatment specialist, died suddenly of a cerebrovascular incident on July 21. “The world has...

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Dr. Shayne's Health Tips for Cancer Patients

2013 - 03 - 18 | Author: Dr. Randi Shayne

Randi Shayne ND

I have been counseling patients at BeatCancer.Org since the year 2000. Some of our callers (patients) have a recent diagnosis and are collecting information for the first time....

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Dr. Susan Silberstein Interview on WDIY FM Radio “Take Charge of Your Life” Podcast

2014 - 07 - 21 | Author: BeatCancer.Org

Susan SilbersteinFamily therapist Eleanor Bobrow speaks with Dr. Susan Silberstein, PhD Founder and Educational Director of


Listen in to this uplifting interview as they discuss:

  • Exciting cancer patient stories of hope...

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Dr. Wayne Dyer Has Transitioned

2015 - 09 - 03 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Wayne Dyer Self-help author and motivational speaker Dr. Wayne W. Dyer died last weekend at the age of 75. He had been dealing with leukemia for the last ...

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Drugs to Prevent Cancer?

2016 - 01 - 13 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

syringesHealth economist Austin Frakt wrote recently in the New York Times (Dec. 28) about why preventing cancer is not the priority in drug development. Although most people would agree that it would be better to prevent cancer ...

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Dying to Be Me, by Anita Moorjani

2014 - 10 - 23 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

dying to be meThe universe makes sense! I finally understand – I know why I have cancer!”

Anita Moorjani was diagnosed with cancer on April 26, 2002. She...

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Eat Butter? Cancer and Fats: Part One

2014 - 06 - 23 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cancer and FatsToday’s June 23 cover story of Time Magazine, “Eat Butter,” may shock you! It explains why scientists were wrong when they labeled fat the culprit in America’s health crisis.  Americans...

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Environment, Lifestyle and Cancer: Don’t Overestimate Genetics

2016 - 01 - 09 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

cancer preevention graphicA client recently asked if I thought it was a good idea to follow her gynecologist’s recommendation to get genetic testing. The physician’s concern was that a positive BRCA1 result predicts a 60% - 80% lifetime risk of...

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Essiac Tea for Cancer

2016 - 09 - 12 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Essiac Tea

While cancer patients in the Western world spend millions of dollars each year on traditional “slash, burn and poison” treatments, there have been powerful natural protocols (and natural medicine practitioners) that have been helping the...

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Fasting , Cancer and Immunity

2015 - 09 - 07 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Single black olive and parsleyFasting is defined as “the abstinence of food for a specific period of time.” It is an ancient practice that has been around for thousands of years in every culture. Fasts have...

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Fats and Cancer: Part Three

2014 - 07 - 01 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

In my previous blog in this series, I discussed some good and bad aspects of saturated fats, but even more relevant to our cancer risk is which unsaturated fats we choose and what we do to those fats.

Unsaturated Fats

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Fats and Cancer: Part Two

2014 - 06 - 25 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cut of fresh salmonAre fats good or bad for you? The answer is YES -- it depends on the type.  Salmon is a great example.  All salmon is rich in protective omega-3 fats, ...

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Fermented Foods and Cancer

2015 - 10 - 19 | Author: Julia Greenwald

Sauerkraut Bread, yogurt, sauerkraut, cheese, vinegar, and beer. What do all of these foods have in common? All of the above (and many other foods) are fermented. Fermented foods have recently gained a...

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Fighting Cancer through Meditation

2015 - 04 - 10 | Author: Melissa DeSantis


When you hear the word meditation, you probably think about people sitting on the ground chanting 'om'. While this may seem strange to some people, meditation is one way that cancer patients are...

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Fighting Cancer vs. Healing Cancer: Embracing a New Movement

2019 - 08 - 05 | Author: Jackie Bye

Heal Breast Cancer GraphicThe time has come to learn a new cancer language and to embrace a new movement. Instead of “fighting cancer,” let’s embrace ‘healing breast...

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Financial Support for Cancer Patients

2014 - 07 - 22 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Dr. Randi Shayne

Dr. Randi Shayne, Director of Patient Services, and I are pleased to share this brief update highlighting ten financially-challenged patients who contacted us last fall from all over the country.  We...

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Five Questions You Should Ask A Holistic Dentist

2015 - 04 - 20 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

happydental There is absolutely no denying the connection between the state of your mouth and the rest of your body when it comes to breast cancer. Working with a holistic or biological dentist that...

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Frequently Asked Questions about Cancer Counseling

2014 - 01 - 13 | Author: Dr. Randi Shayne

Randi Shayne1) Can I get cancer counseling if I am doing chemo and radiation?YES. Most of our patients are receiving conventional treatments ordered by their oncologists.

2) Are cancer counseling sessions expensive? NO. is a charitable ...

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Fruits & Vegetables Improve Immune Function

2013 - 06 - 22 | Author: Paula Inserra, Ph.D. et al

Cancer in the Elderly

[Adapted from Integrative Medicine, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1999]

The incidence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and cancer rises dramatically with age as...

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Functional Medicine and Cancer

2016 - 03 - 04 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Doctor-ConsultationA few weeks ago, I received this email from a Cornell student pursuing a medical career who had attended one of my lectures:

Dear Dr. Silberstein,

My name is Steven Henick, and I wanted to thank you for taking the time to speak with...

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Fundraising for Cancer Prevention Education

2014 - 07 - 29 | Author: Jake Derr

  fundraising_for_cancer In the past three weeks, my Juice Plus+ team and I have sponsored Juice Plus+ booths at two county fairs and a local town celebration. We thought it was an excellent opportunity to help...

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Galectin-3: Biomarker and Target in Prostate Cancer

2016 - 07 - 13 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

galectin-3In my last article on prostate cancer, I discussed the pros and cons of PSA testing. Now I want to talk about another tumor marker which, if elevated, can be a very effective biomarker for prostate and other cancers,...

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Ginger: Ten Thousand Times More Effective Than Chemo for Breast Cancer Stem Cells

2017 - 03 - 05 | Author: Veronique Desaulniers

gingerA recent study conducted by the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology in India discovered something amazing about ginger. The researchers compared how a particular substance found in ginger root compared with the Read More

Glutathione and Cancer

2016 - 07 - 27 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

organic vegetable aisle in grocery store

Chances are, you know a little bit about common antioxidants like vitamin A, C, E, beta-carotene, and lycopene, but have you ever heard of glutathione? ...

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Graviola (Soursop): Anti-Cancer Superfood?

2016 - 06 - 27 | Author: Nabanita Biswas

graviola fruitFor years, cancer treatment has been a widely debated topic in the medical community. Because of the harmful and painful side effects of traditional cancer therapies, namely chemotherapy and radiation, the...

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Green Tea for Health

2014 - 12 - 12 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Green Tea Dr Lees Many of you know that I recommend green tea as part of an anti-cancer dietary plan. But not just any green tea. While generally pleasant, harmless, and possibly of health benefit,...

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Greg Anderson’s Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do Offers Hope and Empowerment

2014 - 08 - 12 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

cancer 50 essential things In 1984, Greg Anderson was diagnosed with stage IV squamous cell carcinoma of the lung with metastases to his ribs...

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Hacking Cancer with Immunotherapy

2016 - 06 - 13 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

sean parkerHats off to Sean Parker, the first president of Facebook (played by Justin Timberlake in the award-winning film “The Social Network”): The entrepreneur and philanthropist has just launched a $250 million ...

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Health Value of Sprouts: The Legacy of Steve “Sproutman” Meyerowitz

2015 - 11 - 27 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Sproutman photoSeptember was a bad month for natural healing. On September 9, Steve “Sproutman” Meyerowitz died in a car crash. For over 40 years, Steve taught the world about the health benefits of juicing, eating sprouts, and living a...

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Healthiest Cooking Oils

2015 - 11 - 20 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

cooking oils A few months ago, on July 29, the British Broadcasting Channel aired a special report on the healthiest cooking oils, as researched by scientists at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK.  I’ve been...

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Healthy Holiday Desserts

2016 - 12 - 20 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Carob Truffles

With the holiday season upon us and its emphasis on parties and food, what are health-conscious consumers to do? Food is everywhere, and we all tend to eat too much “bad stuff” during...

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Holistic Cancer Coaching: Choice, Comfort & Control

2014 - 08 - 04 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

holistic_cancer_coaching There are basketball coaches, football coaches, business coaches, career coaches, and life coaches. Of all the areas addressed by coaches, the cancer experience is probably the most challenging. People’s worlds...

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Honokiol Extract and Integrative Cancer Treatment

2016 - 08 - 17 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

magnolia honokiolMedicinal plants are known to be the source of many common pharmaceuticals. Drugs derived from the plant kingdom include aspirin from white willow, digitalis from foxglove, morphine from poppy, and chemotherapy agents like vincristine from periwinkle...

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How to Prevent Breast Cancer

2013 - 05 - 23 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Angelina JolieMay is the month for mothers, and one of the highest profile mothers in the U.S. these days is Angelina Jolie. Not only famous as a beautiful and talented actress/director, she is...

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How to Prevent Cancer with 5 Cancer-Fighting Foods

2013 - 12 - 20 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

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How to Prevent Cancer: Part One

2014 - 07 - 31 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Dr._David_Brownstein Several months ago, Dr. David Brownstein offered a free webinar in conjunction with Newsmax Health on How to Prevent Cancer.  What follows is a partial transcription; more will follow....

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Ironic Breast Cancer News: CLUCK FOR THE CURE?

2010 - 11 - 02 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

breast_cancer_news---- adapted from an article by Ralph Moss, PhD


Recently we learned that in order to fight cancer, we should buy a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken. This past...

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Is There A Gluten-Cancer Connection?

2013 - 06 - 28 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Jennifer FugoDoes gluten cause cancer?

According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, there is no connection between gluten and risk of cancer except intestinal cancer, and even then, only if a person has celiac disease....

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Is Your Antiperspirant Increasing Your Odds for Breast Cancer?

2015 - 06 - 10 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

antiperspirant For so many women, the morning starts with a shower and the application of a sweet-smelling antiperspirant. Of course you want to smell good when you walk out the door, but is your antiperspirant increasing the odds of you becoming a breast cancer...

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Is Your Make Up Increasing Your Risk of Breast Cancer?

2015 - 04 - 13 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers


You are what you eat. Most people these days wouldn’t argue with this statement. Yet did you know that when you use personal skin products, you are literally eating through your...

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It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month AGAIN!

2015 - 10 - 24 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Pink RibbonI am completely jaded with all the same-old, same-old breast cancer awareness that is hyped ad nauseum each October.  Awareness is only valuable if it leads to power, but most of the...

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It’s National Junk Food Day!

2016 - 07 - 22 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

junk foodI am not kidding! Each year on July 21st America observes National Junk Food Day, dedicated to the foods that everyone loves to snack on.  By definition, junk foods are typically prepackaged food with very little nutritional value and...

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Lack of Sleep, Depression and Breast Cancer: A Troublesome Trio

2015 - 03 - 05 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

lack of sleepEver hear of the “domino effect?” This occurs when one event sets off a chain reaction of similar or related events, often with messy or even dire consequences. It is also a great way...

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Living the BeatCancer.Org Way

2016 - 11 - 30 | Author: Dawn Echlin

Living the Beat

When I was 12 cancer was introduced as a concept of my inner world. Of course I’d heard of cancer previously, my great grandmother had died in her 40's of breast...

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Magnesium Deficiency and Cancer

2015 - 07 - 12 | Author: Julia Greenwald

Hungry For Health book Hungrier for health book Kitchen Chemotherapy book ...

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Making Informed Decisions about Traditional Breast Cancer Treatments

2015 - 03 - 18 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers


When you are faced with a serious health challenge such as breast cancer, you have some tough decisions to make. Perhaps the most important decision is what route you will take—alternative,...

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Marijuana – Medical Breakthrough or Carcinogenic Agent?

2016 - 04 - 14 | Author: Nabanita Biswas

Marijuana plant (2)What is marijuana to you? For me, I have always known marijuana as a drug, a substance that intoxicates you! Hence, I have kept away from it. Anything...

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Medical Acupuncture – A Holistic Approach to Cancer Therapy

2016 - 05 - 02 | Author: Nabanita Biswas

Acupuncture-Treatment-Cancer (5)

Most of you are familiar with the general concept of a mind-body holistic approach to cancer. There are many aspects of the holistic approach to cancer care, such as a...

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Mitchell Gaynor, 59, Integrative Oncologist

2015 - 11 - 15 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Mitch Gaynor It seems that in the last few months we’ve been blogging about the deaths of famous doctors, holistic oncologists, and other important people in the field of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). The...

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More on Sugar and Cancer

2016 - 03 - 13 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

SugarPoisonI have received many comments in response to my article 5 Reasons Cancer and Sugar are Best Friends. Two responses in particular challenged what I wrote. Cyndy questioned,

“Numerous medical entities state sugar...

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My Story as a Three-Time Cancer Survivor

2017 - 06 - 28 | Author: Karen Vickers

Karen Vickers

I’ve had several bouts with cancer – all seemingly around holidays -- and it’s finally time for my permanent holiday from cancer. When Susan heard my story, she invited me to share...

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New Year Resolutions to Live By

2016 - 01 - 01 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

new-year-2016If you’re like most people, every January 1 you enthusiastically make a few New Year resolutions that 365 days later you reluctantly admit you didn’t do a very good job of keeping: exercise more, eat healthier,...

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Nutrition Education Outreach in Puerto Rico

2016 - 05 - 16 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Puerto Rico 1 - Old San JuanTen days ago, I had the pleasure of lecturing to about 350 people at the Centro para Puerto Rico in San Juan, as a guest of Juice Plus+ National Marketing Directors Teresa Toro and...

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Nutritional Research and Education: The Legacy of Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez

2016 - 05 - 11 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Dr Gonzalez 2Over the years, has been proud to receive numerous foundation grants. The Susan G. Komen Foundation granted us $25,000 to deliver breast cancer dietary prevention training to African...

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Obesity and Disease Risk Reduction Among Our Youth

2017 - 01 - 19 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

teens eating fast food

American teenagers receive nearly 17% of their calories from fast food, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In 2012, over one-third of all children...

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Oral Contraceptives Part I: Get the Facts Before You Decide

2016 - 05 - 14 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

birth control pillsThe first oral contraceptive became available to U.S. women in 1960. Since then, millions of women have used “the Pill” in varying forms. It is by far the country’s leading form of birth control today, with roughly 11...

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Organic Foods Not Worth Buying

2014 - 10 - 18 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

organic produce When I opened one of my internet browsers yesterday morning, I was struck by a trending story, 10 Organic Foods Not Worth Buying. Since...

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Papaya Leaves - A Powerful Cure for Cancer?

2017 - 04 - 03 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Papaya LeafThis article is based on a 2013 post by Dr. Paul Haider which was recently shared with me by Cancer’s Best Medicine author Mauris Emeka. When Mauris learned about these little-known all-natural leaves...

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Please Blog on Social Media about!

2015 - 08 - 13 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

susan and mercedes I just received a copy of this blog which I reproduce with permission from its author, Liz Barker. A long-term cancer survivor, Liz wrote a book which I will be...

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Please welcome our newest partner... The Carla Rose Foundation

2014 - 12 - 09 | Author: BeatCancer.Org

the carla rose foundation The Carla Rose Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit organization in Spartanburg, South Carolina, raises funds and provides payment assistance to holistic cancer treatment clinics for cancer patients.The founder has a personal stake in...

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Powerful Peaceful Professional Summit

2016 - 03 - 31 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Powerful Peaceful Professional GraphicHave you ever…

  • Hoped to create vibrant health but just couldn’t turn the corner?
  • Felt stressed and burned out and just wanted to break free from it all?
  • Wanted to find a...

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Predict Your Cancer Risk with 9 Questions

2014 - 05 - 29 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Predict Your Heart Disease or Cancer RiskThis week’s May 23 issue of NBC News carried a headline article by health writer Linda Carroll entitled 9 Simple Questions That May Predict...

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President Obama Calls on America to End Cancer in State of the Union Address

2016 - 01 - 14 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

President ObamaIn his final State of the Union address, President Obama announced a national effort to end cancer in a new initiative led by Vice President Joe Biden. “For the loved ones we’ve all lost, for the family we can...

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Press Release: A four-day series of free public programs on Healthy Eating to Prevent Obesity and Cancer

2015 - 02 - 16 | Author: BeatCancer.Org



Bartlesville, OK – A four-day series of free public programs on Healthy Eating to Prevent Obesity and Cancer will be coming to Bartlesville February 17-20.

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Prevention is the Cure

2014 - 11 - 10 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

prevention is the cure shirt Some wonderful supporters have come our way! Jake Derr and her Juice Plus+ Team...

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Prevention of Breast Cancer with Flaxseeds

2017 - 05 - 23 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

FlaxseedFor decades, I’ve been teaching about the role of diet in preventing breast cancer, preventing recurrence, and improving breast cancer survival. One key ingredient in that diet is flaxseed, primarily because of it lignan...

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Processed Meat Causes Cancer

2015 - 10 - 28 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

A variety of processed cold meat products You’ve probably heard the news: A group of World Health Organization experts just announced that consumption of processed meat (such as bacon, sausage, deli meats and hot dogs)...

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Radiation from CT Scan is Responsible for Almost 30,000 Cancers Each Year!

2012 - 11 - 08 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

radiation_from_ct_scanUSA Today reported on two research studies published in the December 15 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine revealing that CT scans deliver far more radiation than previously believed. In fact, Read More

Radical Remission - An online course by Dr. Kelly Turner

2016 - 03 - 18 | Author: Shalini Sahni

Dr. Kelly Turner, PhD, author of the New York Times bestseller Radical Remission, announced the launch of her new online course on March...

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Reducing Ovarian Cancer Risk: What Are the Options?

2015 - 04 - 08 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Prevent Breast CancerIn 2013, Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie underwent a preventative double mastectomy after learning she carried a mutated BRCA1 gene -- which increases her risk of both breast and ovarian cancer.  A...

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Seth’s Amazing Recovery from Metastatic Malignant Melanoma

2015 - 12 - 04 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Golden Gate Bridge Two weeks ago, I made a very long trip from Philadelphia to lecture in Ukiah in Northern California. After a six hour flight and a four-hour bus ride, I was picked up...

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She Runs For You

2016 - 10 - 19 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Claudine NicholasMarathoner Claudine Nicholas is helping us to Beat Cancer! Starting this month and going forward, she is taking her passion on the road. 90% of cancers are preventable, and...

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Six Cancer Myths

2016 - 07 - 23 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

The Six Cancer MythsAs many of you know, I am the creator of’s Holistic Cancer Coach Certification Program, an online course designed to teach health professionals in 10 hours what...

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Soy and Breast Cancer: Part 1 - 3 Links in the Soy Cancer Protection Connection

2014 - 03 - 20 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

miso soupDoes Soy Cause Cancer?

The issue of soy’s efficacy and safety is especially poignant in the cancer field, where depending on whom you ask, soy will either cure you or kill you.  Bottom line, both...

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Summer Sun Safety Surprise!

2017 - 08 - 10 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

SunshineIt’s blazing hot out, and we know that sunstroke, heatstroke and sun poisoning can be very dangerous, but don’t believe the myth that the sun is hazardous and that sunscreen is protective! There is...

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Taking Flight for the Fight Against Breast Cancer?

2014 - 10 - 14 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Fight Against Breast Cancer On October 1, 2014, I flew home from a lecture tour on a Delta jetliner out of Atlanta.  The...

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The Benefits of Beet Kvass

2015 - 10 - 26 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

fresh beetroot on wooden background In ancient times, populations in Europe drank beer or wine in order to avoid disease brought on by contaminated water. In the North, people drank kvass, a fermented tonic traditionally...

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The Cancer Moonshot 2020 initiative

2016 - 09 - 14 | Author: Sarah Wallace

Cancer Moonshot 2020

Before doing what was thought to be impossible, Neil Armstrong said, “I think we're going to the moon because it’s in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It's by the nature of...

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The Cancer-Fighting Vegetables that Should be Top of your List!

2012 - 12 - 11 | Author: Judith DeCava, CNC, LNC

Cancer Fighting Vegetable

Cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, kale, collards, watercress, mustard greens, and turnips) contain indoles, isothiocyanates, glucosinolates, and other compounds that may provide protection against various cancers.

The dark...

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The Cancer-Healing Power of Frankincense

2016 - 03 - 15 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Frankincense and MyrrhWhat our ancestors knew is what modern medicine is just now beginning to understand: Essential oils are literally the “blood” of a flower or herb. They are highly powerful, volatile aroma concentrates, each containing unique healing properties. Frankincense...

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The Legacy of Jackie Kennedy

2017 - 07 - 28 | Author: Diane Perlman, PhD

Jackie Kennedy[Editor’s Note: Today, July 28, would have been Jackie Kennedy Onassis’ 88th birthday. In actuality, the widow of our assassinated President John F. Kennedy died of lymphatic cancer ...

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The Pink Ribbon…or White Wash Campaign?

2014 - 04 - 02 | Author: Tami Hulcher, CNC

The Pink RibbonPlease don’t misunderstand me, if you are honoring or memorializing a loved one, I respect you and encourage you to do so. What I’m asking is that you consider the...

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The Positive Science of Food in Cancer Prevention

2017 - 08 - 18 | Author: Ana Negron, MD

Woman in produce deptCancer is a baffling condition, its diagnosis capable of turning anyone fearful or depressed -- so let me tell you a story. About fifty years ago...

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The Race to Cure Cancer or the Race to Get Truth?

2014 - 04 - 02 | Author: Tami Hulcher, CNC

The Race to Cure Cancer

As I sat back and watched the Chicago Bears ( what happened to your offensive line?) and NY Giants NFL game …, I could hardly contain myself at...

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The Role of Probiotics in Cancer

2012 - 09 - 14 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Probiotics CancerMost of us know that probiotics are the friendly bacteria that populate our intestines. Probiotics can help improve digestion and elimination, and protect our gut from invasion by undesirable pathogenic micro-organisms. Probiotics...

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The Top Anti-Cancer Foods

2014 - 10 - 30 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

alphabetical beatcancer diet Do you know which vegetable can kill tongue cancer cells in a matter of days?

What berry can interfere with the growth of...

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Thermography: Safe Early Detection of Breast Cancer Video Lecture by Dr. Philip Getson

2014 - 04 - 24 | Author: Dr. Philip Getson

Safe Early Detection of Breast Cancer

Video Lecture by Dr. Philip Getson

Philip Getson, D.O. is a Board-Certified Family Physician and Board-Certified Thermologist practicing in New Jersey. He is a national lecturer...

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To Screen or Not to Screen: The Mammogram Conundrum

2013 - 01 - 19 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Mammogram Conundrum" For many women, getting a mammogram is already one of life's more stressful experiences. Now, women in their 40s have the added anxiety of trying to figure out if they should even be getting one at all." ...

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Top 5 Cancer Causing Foods

2017 - 01 - 01 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

Food Carcinogen

Cancer patients – and even those who want to prevent cancer – are often perplexed about dietary change. Many have the sense that everything is bad for them, there’s nothing left to eat,...

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Top Hormone-Balancers: The Power of These Three Common Veggies May Surprise You!

2015 - 07 - 06 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

vegetables Most women on the breast cancer journey know the importance of balancing their hormones for overall breast health. Many (maybe even you) have been diagnosed with ER-positive breast cancer, meaning that their breast...

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Two Susans, One Cause:

2016 - 05 - 18 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Susan Miller fundraiser Chiara + Susan (2)Over the years, groups of people around the country have organized simple fundraisers that have helped support our non-profit. They have included raffles of prizes donated by local business owners, sales of tee-shirts with ...

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Types of Cancer Made Simple

2014 - 03 - 10 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Although there are hundreds of different types of cancer, malignancies generally fall into five basic categories: carcinomas, sarcomas, myelomas, lymphomas, and leukemias.

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Using Sound and Light to Heal Cancer

2016 - 02 - 04 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

lightConventional doctors have been using the properties of light and sound to treat various ailments for over 100 years.  Full-spectrum lighting has been helpful in treating depression from Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Various sound frequencies have...

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Vitamin D: The Greatest Cancer Fighter?

2017 - 03 - 15 | Author: Dr.Veronica Collings

vitamin-D and foodsThe most powerful cancer protection ever discovered is naturally-occurring vitamin D. One study published in Cancer Biomarkers and Prevention found that low vitamin D significantly increases overall cancer risk. (1) Another study...

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Vitamins for Cancer? Part 1

2014 - 01 - 06 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Vitamin SoupMany of my cancer patients ask me about vitamins for cancer. The answer is simple: Consuming cancer fighting foods is much more important than taking vitamins because vitamins are only a tiny...

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Vitamins for Cancer? Part 2

2014 - 01 - 06 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Vitamins for Cancer

As discussed in part one of this article, nutritional synergy from whole foods is much more effective than just vitamins for cancer. For example, high tomato consumption has been linked to reduced...

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What Are Your Chances of Getting Cancer?

2015 - 07 - 21 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

lifetime cancer risk A few days ago a supporter wrote, “My teammate shared this image on Facebook and got slammed by someone calling it ‘misinformed,’’misleading’ and ‘junk science.’ I...

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What if You Have Terminal Cancer?

2014 - 01 - 09 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Cancer’s just a word. It’s not a sentence. Have you heard the story about the patient whose doctor tells he him he has terminal cancer and has only three months to live?

A friend suggests alternative medicine. The patient is skeptical, but...

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What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: Little Known Sources of EMF Toxins

2015 - 08 - 08 | Author: Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

Electro Magnetic FrequenciesElectro Magnetic Frequencies, electro-pollution, EMFs : the danger of these invisible toxins produced as byproducts of our electronic-crazed world is nothing new. For years now, scientists have linked EMFs to...

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Which is the Real Killer: Cancer or Chemo?

2017 - 04 - 02 | Author: Susan Silberstein, PhD

cancer or chemoAs I have said for decades, cancer patients die more from their treatments than from their cancers. New research from the United Kingdom in part proves that point. Thanks to...

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Why Did God Create Cancer?

2018 - 05 - 10 | Author: Tedd Koren, DC

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World Cancer Day

2016 - 02 - 08 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

february calendar pageFebruary 4 was World Cancer Day.  I don’t really care for appointed days and months for “awareness.” Do we really need a Valentines Day to know when to express our love? Should we only be thinking about breast...

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YES, You Can REALLY Prevent Cancer With A Plant-Based Diet!!!

2013 - 12 - 23 | Author: Dr. Jacquilen Tomas-Ali, ND

Can you prevent cancer with a cancer prevention diet? Science says....

Plant Based Diet

1. Vegetables (organic; raw or frozen) such as broccoli, spinach, tomatoes, artichokes, dark green leafy vegetables (kale, Swiss chard, collards,...

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