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The BS behind the pink ribbons

The BS behind the pink ribbons
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and pink ribbons are EVERYWHERE to remind people to be aware of breast cancer (as if we’re not already)….and of course, for women to dutifully get their mammograms.
Walks, runs and other fund-raising events are conducted to help “find the cure.”
Oct 03, 2018 5 comments

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Stop breast cancer before it occurs

Stop breast cancer before it occurs
So much of mainstream medicine’s focus on breast cancer lies in treatment of the cancer once it occurs.   Well, how about teaching women how to prevent it in the first place?!   Alas, yours truly will step in and tell you what you must know...
Jul 10, 2018 4 comments

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Put up your No Vacancy sign for cancer!

Put up your No Vacancy sign for cancer!

I did a presentation at a cancer survivors’ support group meeting and it was a real eye-opener for me.  Because it made me realize how in the dark most people continue to be about cancer.

It’s time people knew the truth about cancer, and they finally see where we are grossly lacking in our focus as we share stories, run races and wear ribbons.

MAKING YOUR BODY AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE CANCER CANNOT SURVIVE IN THE FIRST PLACE!

Jun 13, 2018 9 comments

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This is a fast road to heart disease and cancer

This is a fast road to heart disease and cancer
Coca-Cola’s Super Bowl ad this year is being praised as a celebration of diversity, with its message of, “There’s a Coke for he … and she ... and her ... and me ... and them.”   But I saw it for what it really was—a clever way to market the most health-wrecking substance on the planet.
Feb 27, 2018 0 comments

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How to guarantee you’ll get cancer

How to guarantee you’ll get cancer

I think it’s safe to say that most people are hoping their number doesn’t come up in the cancer lottery.  So they dutifully get their pap smears and PSA tests, mammograms and colonoscopies, slather themselves in sunscreen, watch for changes in moles, and keep their fingers crossed.

 

Dec 12, 2017 0 comments

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