Dr Leigh Erin Connealy’s Cancer Revolution Interview

  My Guest, Dr Leigh Erin Connealy. M.D. will discuss her new book: The Cancer Revolution A Groundbreaking Program to Reverse and Prevent Cancer Every year, over 1.5 million people in the US are diagnosed with cancer. Nearly everyone has been touched by this disease—be it their own diagnosis or that of a family member […]

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Interviews with Dr Shani Fox (cancer recurrence fear) and Brett Larkin (meditation) Now AVailable.

Cancer Recurrence My guests yesterday were Dr Shani Fox, N.D, and Brett Larkin. Dr Fox is a naturopathic physician who works with cancer survivors and is the author of The Cancer Survivor’s Fear First Aid Kit: 5 Simple Steps ro Release Your Fears  of Cancer Recurrence.  More information is available at: http://www.WellAfterCancer.com    and http://www.CancerFearFirstAid.com   […]

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Dr Cynthia Thaik (holistic cardiologist) and Dr Albert Mensah (orthomolecular medicine) Interviews from the Holistic Health Show.

My guests yesterday on the Holistic health Show were Dr Cynthia Thaik (right) and Dr Albert Mensah. Dr Thaik is a holistic cardiologist  who was Harvard trained, manages two successful cardiology clinics, is founder of Revitalize U. and author of Your ‘Vibrant Heart:  Restoring Health, Strengh\th, and spirit From the Body’s core.  More infrmation was […]

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Do High-Quality Personal Relationships Increase Breast Cancer Survival?

A new study published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment concluded that the quality of a woman’s social network is as important as the size of her network in predicting breast cancer survival.  This builds on previous research that concluded that the larger a woman’s social network the better her chances of surviving breast cancer. […]

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Four Breast Cancer Survivors Interviewed by Dr Carl O Helvie on the Holistic Health Show on June 6

My four interviews last night on the Holistic Health Show on BBS Radio (www.bbsradio.com) were with 4 cancer survivors pictured above from left to right-Carolyn Gross, Linda Andersen, Heather Hose, and Lauren Miller. Since recovery they have been involved in helping others through lecturing, writing, and counseling. Activities for each one was presented earlier and […]

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