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Mammography not improving survival? Euro Cancer Travels part 7

I met a woman named Karen from Dallas, at Hope 4 Cancer in Tijuana, where I studied last month. I interviewed Dr. Tony Jimenez, Dr. Xavier Curiel, and Dr. Carlo Santiesteban. They are helping patients beat cancer without any chemo or radiation. Their ‘silver bullet’ (most of the clinics I study at have one or […]

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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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I ACCIDENTALLY WALK FOR BREAST CANCER, part 1 of 3

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not “for” breast cancer.I’m just home from a 10-city tour starting in Columbus, OH and ending in Washington, D.C. In New York City, we stayed two days, and both mornings I ran in Central Park, from my Times Square hotel. I found myself caught up in a huge throng of […]

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Treatment modalities at Oasis…..part 3 of 4

Ultraviolet Light. Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UVBI) eliminates bacteria in the blood, and Dr. Niels Ryberg Finsen won a Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1903 for successfully treating 300 lupus patients with UV light, a modality still used and accepted in Europe. What happened to it, then—for lupus, and in general? A century of American obsession […]

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Update on Shirley, using “alternatives” after 2 rounds of chemo

You know I took 76-year old Shirley with me to An Oasis of Healing in Arizona? It’s been interesting to see someone I know undergoing the treatment of raw juice ‘feasting,’ immune system support, detox, oxygenating and alkalizing cancer to starve it out. She’s been back three times, there now for a week. Kels, her […]

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MYTH: “My cancer just happened”

After my class in Carlsbad, a young mother of two small children waited to talk to me. She said, “You told your story of how you were desperate? I am just that—desperate.” And her eyes welled up with tears. She is tall and willowy, beautiful and blonde, and I am guessing once had a career […]

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My trip to An Oasis of Healing, part 1 of 13

I’ve just returned from a visit studying what Dr. Thomas Lodi, M.D. is doing in Arizona to treat cancer non-toxically. I will have a two-part video for you, when we edit it, where he helps us understand how a Columbia-trained internal medicine doctor discovered that his integrity would not allow him to earn $750K/year or […]

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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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How My Grama Beat Stage 3 Cancer

Some of you know my story. Its beginnings were watching my grandmother say “no thanks” to chemo/radiation and choose something else, in 1980. Check out what I told SunWarrior about that in my hotel room in Las Vegas recently. (Misspellings in the video are not mine.)

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where do we get the most radiation?

Here’s an interesting  Associated Press story today for your consideration since we’ve been talking about radiation exposure from cell phones. To summarize it, we get more radiation from medical testing than anything else, including airport scans and cell phone use. Preventative medicine is the best way to avoid those medical tests. (My older son recently […]

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