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December 2017
Integrative & Holistic Oncology Updates
Our 12th Evidence-based Complementary & Alternative Cancer Therapies conference will feature these speakers (photos above and more):
  • Filberto Munoz, MD, Barbara Swanson, Carla DeRosa, Dalal Akoury, MD, Lindsay Hahn McDonnell, Lloyd Jenkins, MD, Nalini Chikov, LAc., OMD, and many others
  • We serve 3 organic meals, organic snack foods, plus $100 worth of giveaways
  • Entire 2 1/2 day event March 1-3, 2018 in West Palm Beach, $279
We welcome everyone - there are also up to 13 hours of Continuing Education credits for many professions (including Nursing).

Link to conference registration
Join us for a unique event - great networking with like minded people!
There has been progress made in 2017 in the world of Integrative Oncology. 

This article appeared in December, from the American Society of Hematology/Oncology:

“As an integrative oncologist, I notice that the default mechanism for conventional oncologists is to tell patients to stop using all botanicals and supplements when their liver function tests are elevated,” he said. “More often than not, though, the chemotherapy is elevating liver function. But people have blinders on and are willing to blame everything on the botanicals.”

Quote from Dr. Donald Abrams (within this article) who has been a speaker at an Annie Appleseed Project conference.

Lots of studies show that people do not access Palliative Care (doctors all too often fail to explain).

Here's an article from the Oncologist on Palliative Care.

Detox is critical at all phases of treatment (and in survivorship).  There are many ways to do this.  Juicing (must be with organic veggies and fruits), Coffee enemas, Herbs, Colonics, Algae, Spirulina, and more.

graviola Here's HOW-TO on Coffee enemas

Have you heard about Graviola?  Also called Soursop, Brazilian Paw Paw?  We posted about this herb in 2003, 2005 and again in 2011.  Here is an excerpt from a 2011 study:
"Overall, dietary GFE inhibited tumor growth, as measured by wet weight, by 32% (P < 0.01). These data showed that dietary GFE induced significant growth inhibition of MDA-MB-468 cells in vitro and in vivo through a mechanism involving the EGFR/ERK signaling pathway, suggesting that GFE may have a protective effect for women against EGFR-overexpressing BC.

Available online: 18 Jul 2011

Nutrition and Cancer Volume 63, Issue 5, 2011

pages 795-801 DOI:10.1080/01635581.2011.563027"

LINK to this page on Graviola

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Abstract from Speaker Heidi Bright M.Div:

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"Discover 3 key ingredients for thriving in every area of your life. Learn simple ways to transform your attitudes to support healing. Consider ways you can reconstruct behaviors and make better choices to support your body’s efforts to conquer cancer. Many simple, practical solutions will be offered that you can apply immediately."

Link to her website
Here is our Archive section on Broccoli and Cruciferous vegetables.  They are well-proven to offer health benefits to people with cancer.  All Fruits and All Vegetables have nutrients that our human bodies need.                  Broccoli-Sprouts broccoli Cabbage11watercress

We really hope you will join us for our conference March 1-3, 2018.  Did we mention there will be talks on Medical Cannabis?  This will be the 3rd year that this topic is specifically featured. The number of states where it is legal has grown.  We look forward to the time that the United States has a national position of allowing access to this plant.  cannabis plants
Here is a video of Ann Fonfa speaking about her own experiences and ideas for dealing with cancer.  On January 11, Ann, founder/president of Annie Appleseed Project, will celebrate 25 years since diagnosis.  In early February she will turn 70 - a real accomplishment for someone who was on the cusp of 45 at the time of diagnosis.   rightsidep2NYTimesNov291998AEF The photo shows an article that from 1998 where they managed to state INCORRECTLY that Ann did natural therapies AFTER chemotherapy.  In fact due to Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Ann chose not to take chemo.  It is why she began researching and gathering information about natural cancer strategies.
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