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  1. Elina Rodríguez Fuentes says:

    I love you

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  2. Doc Werner says:

    Hello colleagues and survivors and friends of survivors…. Pranams and good wishes to all. I am a naturopath and Ayurvedic practitioner with 30 year story of treating survivors and their families with TLC first and after careful listening, to recommend either Ayurvedic or homeopathic remedies to treat the emotion surrounding “cancer”.
    My post-doctorate work five years ago led me to a “disruptive technology” known as NRF2. It’s understanding of efficacy has only been recently revealed. Michael J. Fox foundation funded several studies on NRF2 activation and Parkinson’s. See this education-only webiste: nrf2science.com
    If anyone would like to know more about the strides being made to protect our cells from further damage and mutation, please feel free to contact me. I had been in conversation with Dianna prior to her passing.

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  3. Do you have any video of that? I’d love to find out some additional information.

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  4. Colleen Leftheris says:

    I just found this site and I am excited about it! I was diagnosed in Dec. of last year of having a high risk of developing breast cancer in the next five years. My mother had breast cancer and I know what she went through. I am looking for anything that can help me prevent it. I want to learn the right yoga for this, as I know there are many kinds available. I have even thought of being an instructor in the future so I can help others.
    I look forward to all the things I will be learning at this site. Thank you!

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    • Dear Colleen, you were “diagnosed” of having a high risk of developing breast cancer….?? Well, what did the experts recommend what you could do about minimizing that risk?
      I am NOT a medical expert. My mother also had breast cancer. At that time I did not know much about the disease, other than the diagnosis was a death sentence. After my mother lost the battle, I was diagnosed with stage 2 invasive breast cancer. That was 25++ years ago. Since then I have been doing research to find the puzzle pieces of this disease.
      Good news: Research has shown, that genes can be “turned on” or “off” depending on our lifestyle, in particular the food we eat. Meaning we can “feed” the cancer cells OR we can “starve” the cancer cells. The nutritional aspect is very, very important. Not to underestimate the importance of stress management and physical activity also.
      ** I can recommend to read information on the matter published by the American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR). They have been doing extensive research on the connection between food and cancer. If you like you can check out my website: http://www.wahema.de. No need to despair. Blessings to you.

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