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Dr. Incao interview with Natural Health 365

November 10, 2015

Jonathan Landsman from Natural Health 365 interview with Dr. Philip Incao about Cancer prevention, Bio-repair approach to treatment and Mindset. Read More

September 25, 2015

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NEWS FLASH: THE JIG’S UP ON GMO CLAIMS OF SAFETY!

Monsanto and its Big Food minions have spent hundreds of millions of dollars pushing the idea that anyone who questions the safety of their genetically-engineered products is ignorant, alarmist and “anti-science.” So no doubt they’re stewing about an article just published on August 20th — by a medical doctor and scientist —in the highly prestigious New England Journal of Medicine. The authors, Philip J. Landrigan, M.D. and Charles Benbrook, Ph.D., present rational, science-based evidence to support their recommendations that 1) the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) not allow the use of Dow Chemicals’ Enlist Duo, a toxic combo of glyphosate (declared a “probable human carcinogen”) and 2-4,D (a major ingredient in Agent Orange and “possible human carcinogen”), both now lavishly applied to GMO crops, and 2) that GMOs should be labeled.

According to the authors:

In our view, the science and the risk assessment supporting the Enlist Duo decision are flawed. The science consisted solely of toxicologic studies commissioned by the herbicide manufacturers in the 1980s and 1990s and never published, not an uncommon practice in U.S. pesticide regulation. These studies predated current knowledge of low-dose, endocrine-mediated, and epigenetic effects and were not designed to detect them. The risk assessment gave little consideration to potential health effects in infants and children, thus contravening federal pesticide law. It failed to consider ecologic impact, such as effects on the monarch butterfly and other pollinators. It considered only pure glyphosate, despite studies showing that formulated glyphosate that contains surfactants and adjuvants is more toxic than the pure compound.

And on labeling:

[Labeling]is essential for tracking emergence of novel food allergies and assessing effects of chemical herbicides applied to GM crops.

Visitors to RethinkingCancer.org know that we are steadfastly opposed to GMOs and firmly in support of mandatory labeling. In July, GMO proponents managed to convince the U.S. House of Representatives that GMO products should not be labeled (H.R. 1599) because of the bogus claim that they pose no risk to human health. This fall, a Senate version of this bill will be introduced to try to seal the deal and deny all states the right to require labeling and all Americans the right to know what’s in their food.

Polls show over 90% of the public consistently supports mandatory labeling of GMOs. We cannot allow the greed and corruption of the few to supercede the wishes and endanger the health of the vast majority. We strongly urge you to forward this essay in NEJM, along with your demand for mandatory labeling, to as many people as possible, including your U.S. Senators, the President and all presidential candidates:

To your health!

Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy (FACT)

Weston Price Review of Rethinking Cancer DVD

May 15, 2014

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Recently, Weston A. Price Foundation gave a thumbs up to our Rethinking Cancer DVD! READ MORE

Doris Sokosh in Pulse of the Patient-Staying Cancer-Free with a Bio-Repair System

July 12, 2010

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Utilizing organic nutrition, detoxification, and other techniques, a bio-repair system attempts to allow the body to heal itself from diseases, such as cancer. By abiding to the guidelines of the system, Doris Sokosh has managed to remain free of cancer for nearly forty years.

In 1971, after being diagnosed with cancer, Sokosh received a radical mastectomy and a hysterectomy for treatment. She experienced severe weight loss due to these operations. When she weighed less than ninety pounds, her doctor believed that her condition was terminal and sent her home to spend time with her family.

Because she did not have any other options, she began following a bio-repair program administered by the Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy (F.A.C.T.). In addition to detoxification, she was drinking fresh vegetable juices that consisted of organic carrots, beets, and celery. READ MORE

Written by Edward

Rethinking Cancer DVD Reviewed in Art of Healing Magazine

June 29, 2010

The quickly expanding Australian health magazine, The Art of Healing, recently reviewed our Rethinking Cancer DVD. They are currently in over 200 Barnes & Noble bookstores throughout the US and Canada and starting to expand quickly in many more, it is a highly informative periodical exploring physical, mental, and spiritual health.

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Cancer — A Rational Approach to Long-Term Recovery by Lou Dina

June 23, 2010

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Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy (F.A.C.T.) is very pleased to announce the publication of an important addition to our Recommended Reading:

Cancer-A Rational Approach to Long-Term Recovery by Lou Dina
We get many queries from people who have seen the film Rethinking Cancer and want to know “Now, what, specifically, should I do?” This book is the answer to that call.

Lou Dina, a mechanical engineer, classical guitarist and one of the patients featured in the film Rethinking Cancer, was diagnosed in 1978 with lymph cancer metastasized to the bone. After methodically examining all his medical options, Lou beat the odds using a non-invasive, non-toxic metabolic approach or bio-repair. He has remained cancer-free for over 30 years.

Now, in this just published work, Cancer—A Rational Approach to Long-Term Recovery, he shares the details of his battle with the disease and documents the specific steps he took to regain his health. This is much more than an inspiring story of recovery. It is, in effect, a textbook for patients and doctors alike, presenting the essentials of bio-repair in a highly accessible way. This book really puts “meat” on the bones of the bio-repair concept that has been used successfully by hundreds of well-documented, long-term recovered patients. A free PDF download with selected chapters is available. Bound as well as ebook copies of this unique and important book can be purchased. CLICK HERE.

We feel strongly that Cancer —  A Rational Approach to Long-Term Recovery should be required reading for all those seeking a deeper understanding of the non-toxic, bio-repair approach to prevention and treatment of cancer and other chronic conditions.

F.A.C.T. Recovered Cancer Patient Lou Dina featured in Natural Awakenings Magazine

June 3, 2010

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According to the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Cancer Facts & Figures for 2009, more than 1.4 million individuals received a dreaded diagnosis last year for a disease characterized by the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells. Nearly one out of two men and one out of three women are annually diagnosed with some form of cancer. While the disease can develop in almost any organ or tissue, the ACS notes that men and women both develop two of the three most common cancers: lung and colorectal. For men, the second most common cancer develops in the prostate.

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by Linda Sechrist

Conscious Talk Radio Interviews Dr. Leventhal

April 12, 2010

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Rob Spears and Brenda Michaels from Conscious Talk radio interviews Sheryl Leventhal, M.D. about food as medicine.  Listen Here

Beyond 50 Radio Show Interviews Sheryl Leventhal M.D.

March 22, 2010

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Daniel Davis interviews Dr. Sheryl Leventhal on Beyond 50 Radio Show LISTEN HERE

Wide World of Health Show Interviews Dr. Sheryl Leventhal

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Cary Nosler interviews Sheryl Leventhal M.D. about the F.A.C.T. (Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy) documentary DVD and functional medicine. LISTEN HERE

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