My Dear Sis

My dear sis is growing stubble on her head, she says.   The chemo is over and her body is trying to rebound, sprout some new hair and return to vibrant health.  Chemo sounded miserable. After the first round she wasn’t sure she would be able to do the whole 3 month course.  Her liver…

Outdoor Cancer Therapy

To stop yourself getting cancer you have to avoid things that are known to cause it in the first place, the cancer specialist told my sister Andrea. His top four troublemakers for creating cancer are alcohol, being overweight, smoking and lack of exercise. A good anti-cancer exercise regime includes a minimum of 30 minutes of…

Good News!

Good news – my sister’s breast cancer lumps are out and the surgeon says there is no lymph involvement. She is now cancer free. Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! This isn’t the end of her journey to recovery. It is the beginning. But she is looking amazing and I am so proud of how quickly she has…

The Tutu Project

When Bob Carey’s wife Linda was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, he decided to cheer her up by taking daffy pictures of himself in a pink tutu. The sweet silliness of it is enchanting. His photos went viral. Now his book, Ballerina, is raising funds for men and woman in need, who…

Hormone Replacement Therapy – a Cancer Trigger?

Three of the female patients at the Gerson Clinic (including Laura) have undergone hormone replacement therapy. Two took bio-identical compounded hormones and two used the Vivelle estradiol patch. Is there a link to cancer? ┬áDr Cervantes strongly thinks so. HRT may not be the only disease trigger, but it is likely one of the culprits…