Weekly Newsletter

Why vegetable oils are carcinogenic 

Replacing dangerous vegetable oils such as corn oil, soybean oil and canola oil with healthy fats such as lard, butter or coconut oil is a simple way to boost your health and reduce your risk of chronic disease, including cancerVegetable oils are a concentrated source...

Types of Cancer Treated By Immunotherapy 

Antibodies have been successful for patients with breast cancer and non-hodgkin’s lymphoma. In this immunotherapy treatment, researchers create an antibody that specifically targets cancer-causing molecules in the body. Source: Types of Cancer Treated By Immunotherapy...

What to Bring to Chemotherapy 

Finding out that your cancer treatment plan includes chemotherapy can bring a whole host of questions and concerns. We’ve put together a list of the most helpful products to help you feel prepared. Source: What to Bring to Chemotherapy | Everyday...

Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer 

Whether you have metastatic cancer or an earlier stage of the disease, palliative care can help ease the painful symptoms of cancer and the side effects from treatment. Source: Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer | Everyday...

What to Wear When You Lose Your Hair

For many people with treatment-related hair loss, it takes time and some trial and error to find headwear that fits well, is comfortable, really suits you, and that you can rely on day in and day out. Source: What to Wear When You Lose Your...

Being A Breast Cancer Survivor Is Exhausting

I’m terrified that cancer is around every corner. I’ve worked hard to develop and maintain a post-cancer plan for myself which includes a mostly vegan diet, exercise, adequate sleep, a few supplements, and stress management techniques. But I know the stats, and those...

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