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VIDEO: How do you talk to a cancer patient?

You can read this content about how to talk to and support a cancer patient, below–or watch it on my video here! I’ve spent a ton of time lately with cancer patients. Especially Stage 4 patients. That’s MOSTLY who ends up in the holistic healing centers around the world I’ve been traveling to. I met […]

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My friend Bonnie, a cancer patient, comes back from Paracelsus with this report

As you know, I’m taking some GreenSmoothieGirl readers with me to the Paracelsus al Ronc clinic in the Southern Swiss Alps, May 5-19. Read more HERE. There are a few rooms left, if you’re thinking about coming. I thought you would enjoy this letter I got from my dear friend Bonnie, a Stage 1 breast […]

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My friend Madeline diagnosed with breast cancer…..Euro Cancer Travels part 6

Coming home from studying at 5 holistic cancer treatment facilities in Europe, we were met by the mother of my long-time friend who traveled with me to run my camera. Before we even got to baggage claim, Madeline (name changed) tells me: “I’ve just had a lumpectomy, and the biopsy indicates Stage 1 breast cancer. […]

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The “difficult patient”……Euro cancer travels, part 4

In my tour of alternatives to chemo and radiation, throughout Europe, I encountered Dr. Alexander Herzog. He’s a traditionally trained oncologist, and he does administer chemotherapy in his small hospital called Fachklinik. Generally he does only low-dose chemotherapy combined with hyperthermia. Hyperthermia is possibly the most evidence-based of the “alternatives” in cancer research. I did […]

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The best cancer clinic I’ve ever been to……Europe travels part 3

It’s Paracelsus al Ronc in the gorgeous Southern Swiss Alps. My favorite holistic clinic (specializing in cancer but also treating for heavy metals, Lyme’s and so many other things), in 18 months of traveling the world and studying at many clinics on several continents. I was astonished, by the quality diagnostics, compassionate, amazing doctor (Petra […]

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The best cancer clinic I’ve ever been to……Europe travels part 2

There is a clear winner. Best holistic cancer treatment I’ve ever seen. Blew me away, in fact. The facility itself is gorgeous! It’s the $17 million gift of a wealthy humanitarian who was cured by the founding doctor high up in one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world. With beautiful lodging, on-site, […]

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My European Cancer Journey…….Part 1

I have been across the world and seen some humbling, terrifying, and awe-inspiring sights. On a personal level, my trip to Europe was hard. Our luggage lost, getting lost in a city on foot, the strike in Spain, and several other major issues I’ve not written about, were very trying. I’ve come away feeling, more […]

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A toast to Eleanor Romney!

I’ve a confession. I’ve never even been to a movie by myself. I’ve really never been alone. I was married for 20 years since I was very young. I was always in a relationship, from 16 onward, until a couple of years ago when my career swallowed me whole. But even at that, I’m always […]

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I ACCIDENTALLY WALK FOR BREAST CANCER, PART 2 of 3

Ask your oncologist what he knows about Nobel Prize winner Otto Warburg. Ask him what he thinks of the well documented principle that cancer is starved out by a highly oxygenated internal terrain, utilizing fresh green juices, alkaline foods, nutrient density, as administered by Dr. Max Gerson, M.D., to thousands of patients. And some supplements […]

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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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