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Susan De Cesare
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8 top tips for looking after your genes
Today's post is by Sophie Tully BSc MSc, a Nutrition Scientist at Igennus Healthcare Nutrition with some sound advice about how you can take care of your genes for better health. Our genes contain the complex code that programmes every single function of ou...

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Feeling Like a Human Being Again
Today's blog is from Susan who writes about her experience of conventional treatment for breast cancer and how taking a new approach helped to make her feel more human again.  I was originally diagnosed with a Grade 2 mixed ductal and lobular carcinoma of t...

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Surviving Prostate Cancer without Surgery, Drugs or Radiation - by Peter Starr
Peter Starr is a 13-year survivor of a prostate cancer diagnosis without conventional treatment, Founder of Healing Arts Education Foundation and the producer of the DVD set “Surviving Prostate Cancer without Surgery, Drugs or Radiation”  www.survivingprost...

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Peter
Starr is a 13-year survivor of a prostate cancer diagnosis without conventional
treatment, Founder of Healing Arts Education Foundation and the producer of the
DVD set “Surviving Prostate Cancer without Surgery, Drugs or Radiation”  www.survivingprost...

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Hurry Tomorrow - by Paul Phillips
This is just going to be a quick blog entry because I have weird turmoil sloshing around in my gut today like a washing machine full of dirty laundry.  I am due to meet an old friend today and I feel anxious about it.  It’s brought up the question of what I...

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I Should Have Died by Now! - by Elaine Godley
In July 2015 I was given 1 year to live unless I conformed and went through devastating chemotherapy treatment and drug regime. True to my personality type, I rebelled and created my own regime. Suffice to say that in 16 weeks I’d beaten stage 4 cancer.  16...

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Hurry Tomorrow - by Angio Sarcoma
This is just going to be a quick blog entry because I have weird turmoil sloshing around in my gut today like a washing machine full of dirty laundry.  I am due to meet an old friend today and I feel anxious about it.  It’s brought up the question of what I...

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Phytochemicals in African Plant Extracts Stop Chemotherapy Induced Nail Damage
Men
and women receiving chemotherapy endure a host of troublesome side effects that
affect their ability to perform simple activities of daily living. One, rather
distressing, toxicity is nail damage (Onycholysis), which can affect up to half
especially tho...

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A Personal Journey with Cancer - A Talk by Natascha Laing
We wanted to share this vlog with you by the amazing Natascha Laing discussing her personal journey with cancer. Some words by Natascha about this talk... "This talk was made to happen by Michael Kern, he has been gently encouraging me to share my story in ...

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An invitation to share your life changing stories
Today's post is from Delyth, co-founder of an app we love called 'This Changed Me' - a space for people to share anything that has inspired change in their lives. Delyth got in touch with Yes to Life following her own experience with cancer in her family an...
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