Category Archive: Conference Notes

On Bone Metastases and Thriving Metsters…

Living Beyond Breast Cancer Conference – Metastatic Breast Cancer, Thriving Together Philadelphia, April 20-30, 2017 What I enjoyed most about attending the Living Beyond Breast Cancer Conference in Philadelphia in late April was being surrounded by the most amazing women. The focus was on Metastatic Breast Cancer and was called “Thriving Together”. When we are …

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Post #7: Non-toxic Targeted Alternative Cancer Therapies: anti-cancer botanicals and re-purposed drugs

  Alternative Cancer Therapies Highlights from the International Integrative Oncology Conference – San Diego, April 2016 presentation by Jeffrey Dach MD, drdach.com Dr. Dach presented a large amount of research and his slides showed many diagrams showing what is happening on a molecular level with these alternative cancer therapies in killing cancer. I am distilling …

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Post #6: Electromagnetic Radiation and Cancer

  Highlights from the International Integrative Oncology Conference – San Diego, April 2016 presentation by Elizabeth Plourde, C.L.S., NCMP, PhD We are surrounded by ElectroMagnetic Fields (EMFs) in our homes, school, workplaces, and outside, from cell phone and towers, power lines and smart meters, wi-fi routers, etc. Even out hybrid vehicles with Bluetooth communication. They …

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Post #5: Potent cancer killers

Highlights from the International Integrative Oncology Conference – San Diego, April 2016   Galectin-3, Modified Citrus Pectin, and Magnolia bark presentation by Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc You may remember reading about Dr. Eliaz as I covered his lecture at the Complementary and Alternative Cancer Therapies Conference (aka Annie Appleseed). Dr. Eliaz has been focusing …

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Post #4: The Role of Fungus in Cancer

  Highlights from the International Integrative Oncology Conference – San Diego, April 2016 presentation by Doug Kaufmann, host of TV’s “Know the Cause” More than 75,000 species of fungus have been identified but it is extimated there are actually more than 1.5 million. Over 300 have been identified as human pathogens. The American Caner Society …

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Post #3: Anti-oxidants and Detoxification in Cancer Patients

  Highlights from the International Integrative Oncology Conference – San Diego, April 2016 Kyle Hilsabeck, PharmD This lecture focused on efficacy of using supplementary anti-oxidants with traditional cancer treatment protocols. Benefits of anti-oxidants include: • anti-cancer properties • synergy with traditional therapies • mitigation of side effects of chemo and radiation • correction of nutritional …

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Post #2: Optimizing the immune system to kill cancer

Highlights from the International Integrative Oncology Conference – San Diego, April 2016     presentation by Thomas Ichim, PhD, Pan American Cancer Treatment Center www.cancerimmunotherapy.mx Accepting patients, the PanAm treatment Center optimizes the immune system to kill cancer and is developing a cancer vaccine. Dr. Ichim stated that everyone is subjected to cancerous mutations but that …

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Post #1: Maximizing chemo and minimizing side effects

Highlights from the International Integrative Oncology Conference – San Diego, April 2016 presentation by Sean Devlin, DO, HMD Dr. Devlin presented an overview of cancer statistics. Relevant to this audience: • 50% of new cancer cases occur in 55-74 age group • 53% of cancer deaths in 65-84 age group • lifetime probability of developing …

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Highlights from the Complementary and Alternative Cancer Therapies Conference

– including links to 4 free books! I attended the Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Cancer Conference in West Palm Beach in February. Put on by the Annie Appleseed Project, it is in its 10th year. It is the brainchild of Ann Equality Fonfa, an amazing dynamo who is a cancer thriver. May I just …

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