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Woman Cured Terminal Brain Tumor With Cannabis Oil After Chemo Failed

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Scottish woman, Lynn Cameron, was told at age 48 that she had just 6 to 18 months to live. After a seizure landed her in the hospital in 2013, doctors discovered a brain tumor. She had surgery to remove the deadly brain tumor but doctors told her they couldn’t get it all and […]

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Cannabis beats “incurable” brain tumor after chemo fails

A Scottish woman given just months to live back in 2013 claims that she has cannabis oil to thank for the fact that she has been in remission for nearly four years. After being diagnosed with an incurable brain tumor, Lynn Cameron was subjected to the usual assault of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments, but to […]

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This Root Prevents Cancer, Lowers Blood Pressure And Boosts Your Brain

A single serving of beets can do more for your health than most foods in the produce isle. Not only can they boost your energy and lower your blood pressure, but eating beets in the long-term can help you fight cancer, reduce arthritic pain, boost your brain as well as help you lose weight. With […]

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Vitamin C found to halt blood cancer when administered in high doses… so why won’t the cancer industry use it?

Early-stage trials have shown that high doses of vitamin C can help to fight blood cancer. While the cancer-fighting ability of this vitamin has long been known, the study shed some new light on its effects on leukemia. Researchers at the Perlmutter Cancer Centercarried out a study using mice who had been engineered to be deficient […]

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Exposure to outdoor light at night can increase breast cancer risk, claim researchers

Women who reside in areas with plenty of outdoor lighting at night may want to reconsider their living situation. The researchers behind a recent Harvard study uncovered a link between higher levels of nighttime outdoor lighting and increased risk of breast cancer, reported the DailyMail.co.uk. “In our modern industrialized society, artificial lighting is nearly ubiquitous. […]

Anti-cancer breakthrough: 52 herbs were tested, and only these three were found to effectively fight cancer

Anti-cancer breakthrough: 52 herbs were tested, and only these three were found to effectively fight cancer

The search for a cure for cancer wages on, and many people remain convinced that our planet’s many natural resources could hold the key to fighting this deadly disease. With nearly nine million people around the world dying of cancer in 2015 and twice as many people diagnosed, the need for an effective and safe […]

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5 mistakes most people make when they get diagnosed with CANCER

There are a lot of things you might do when you’re diagnosed with cancer: worry incessantly, research nonstop, talk to family and friends, and probably do your fair share of crying. However, there are also several things you should be careful not to do when you’re first diagnosed if you want to give yourself a fighting chance […]

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Science Study: Grass-Fed Butter Eaters Slashes Heart Attack Risk To Half

For those of you that avoid all dairy, you may want to rethink it if you can. Butter, especially grass-fed, can be very nutritious. The fatty acids it contains (like CLA) are very good for health, especially gut health. CLA is known to help fight intestinal candida. Grass-fed butter can also contain high levels of […]

Your Heart Likes Good Fat!

Your Heart Likes Good Fat!

Good fats are good for your heart. Unfortunately, the word “fat” comes with a negative connotation in today’s society. When someone hears a food has “fat” in it, he or she assumes the food is “bad,” which isn’t always the case. There are different types of fats in the food we eat. For this blog […]

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Why are you still doing mammograms?

The Susan G. Komen Foundation first handed out the Pink Ribbon in 1991 to participants in the New York City race for breast cancer survivors. It must have been difficult for sixty-eight year old breast cancer survivor Charlotte Haley—who had started her own peach ribbon campaign in 1990. Charlotte made her ribbons by hand and […]