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Cancer from a Holistic Perspective

The Cutting Edge of Health and Wellness Today
Friday, July 17, at 2 PM Pacific

Cancer from a Holistic Perspective

I am delighted today to be joined by Dwight McKee, MD, a Board Certified oncologist who has been studying holistic, integrative practices and combining them with traditional medical approaches for many years. Since 1995 Dr. McKee has been developing a 5-phase comprehensive cancer treatment strategy and we will delve into that for our program. Please join us for this important broadcast.

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The Healing Benefits of Silver

The Cutting Edge of Health and Wellness Today
Friday, May 15, at 2 PM Pacific

The Healing Benefits of Silver

Today I will be joined by Dr. Sean Devlin, a Board Certified Family Physician who has extensive experience treating Lyme disease, cancer, and other chronic illnesses. Dr. Devlin has several practices, one at Highland Springs Medical Center in northern California, and another at Integrative Health Solutions in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Today we will discuss the healing benefits of silver and explore with Dr. Devlin his research interests in cancer and the medical benefits of marijuana.

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Cancer: How to Understand it Better to Treat it Better

The Cutting Edge of Health and Wellness Today
Friday, December 26, at 2 PM Pacific

Cancer: How to Understand it Better to Treat it Better

Today we will be joined by Dr. Dan Dunphy, who has spent a great deal of his medical career working with patients who have cancer. Dr.Dunphy will provide with his insights to understand the biology of cancer and how it affects patients, so that they can make the most informed choices for treatment possible.

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Vitamin D Receptor Linked to Elevated Breast Cancer Risk in Marin County?

Aaron Sankin in Huffington Post

SAN FRANCISCO — For decades, researchers have puzzled over a paradox: why does Marin Country, consistently ranked as healthiest county in all of California, have such a shockingly high incidence of breast cancer?

In a study published online earlier this week and scheduled to appear in the November issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons, researchers working at University of California San Francisco and Oklahoma City’s InterGenetics, Inc. examined the San Francisco suburb’s elevated rate of breast cancer. They found it can likely be attributed to a genetic variation in a vitamin D receptor that may be more widespread in Marin women than in the greater population as a whole.

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