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The PSA for prostate cancer: does it detect cancer and save lives?

I recently mentioned, rather controversially, ways that the medical industry may actually be increasing our likelihood and rate of breast cancer, with mammography. I will document this more precisely, soon. I also wrote how the heavy metals in deodorant coupled with shaving, and also lymph restriction from wearing bras, increase our risk of breast cancer. […]

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Will my teeth go bad on a raw diet?

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: Will my teeth go bad on a raw diet? I am troubled by the Weston A. Price Foundation’s claim. –Megan From Robyn: I have noticed observationally that those on a long-term 100% vegan diet sometimes have dental problems. I do not think that this diet is necessary. (I wonder if there are good […]

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Detecting Cancer Far Earlier than Traditional Means..Part 6 of 7

The EDS Biosurvey Cancer Cascade.   The “Cancer Cascade,” or the biochemical changes that occur in the human body, takes about 8 years before cancer cells develop into a tumor detectable by traditional means. That Cancer Cascade involves the pH in various tissues becoming too acidic, too oxygen-deprived, and the immune system and organ functioning […]

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Dr. Connealy on Camera: Cancer is Systemic!

Dr. Connealy explains here how cancer is not a tumor—it’s a systemic problem and therefore must be treated systemically:

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Co-existing with cancer, or curing it?

Of course, every cancer patient hopes for the words “remission” or even better, “cure.” Those things are possible and do happen regularly, especially with early-stage cancers. But, one thing that has been a surprise to me in my studies thus far is that practitioners almost universally talk about how cancer does not have to be […]

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Castoffs of the medical profession cross the U.S. border

The vast majority of Oasis Tijuana patients arrive as Stage 4, written off by the medical profession. They’ve been through chemo and radiation, maybe even multiple times, and are very ill. The vast majority of the patients are American but there are also Europeans, Canadians, Australians, and Japanese. Virtually no Latinos. (“We’re not prophets in […]

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FDA repeals its approval of Avastin, #1 selling cancer drug in the world

I’m back to my Oasis of Healing series on Weds. Meantime, as we talk about cancer, the FDA just ruled Friday that the best-selling cancer drug in the world, Avastin, shouldn’t be used for breast cancer anymore, even though its dangers have been known for at least 18 months. The drug is being pulled not […]

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Creative Health Institute, Part 4 of 5

These are just a few of my new friends who participated in the 10-day Detox and Rebuild program. I’m telling you their motives for traveling to CHI, and their comments about the experience. 1. Donna. She was actually a teacher returning to talk about essential oils, but she reduced her melanoma cancer 75% in 14 […]

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Creative Health Institute, part 2 of 5

Here’s a video of our teacher, Madeleine, talking about Rejuvelac, and a great idea for green smoothies—and the “banya” by the Coldwater Creek that is my favorite part of the CHI experience. If ALL you got at CHI was any two of the following things, the experience is well worth the money–and of course, you […]

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An open letter to practitioners of Oncology

Dear Oncology Practitioner: Let’s lay down the weapons, and take up a flashlight instead. Let’s shine the light on whether cutting, burning, and poisoning really work. Let’s care about the human body’s sanctity, and the need we have for our immune system for the rest of our lives, more than we care about debate, defensiveness, […]

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