Archive for the ‘complementary therapy’ Category

Cancer Natural Strategies
By Robert G. Miller and Judith G. Oakley, Ph.D.

  Cancer Natural Strategies by Robert G. Miller and Judith G. Oakley, Ph.D.   A Message from the Author: “The cancer field is changing. It’s now all about genetics…not the genes we’re born with, but how the ones we have now are being “expressed” every minute of the day and night. Research biologists have now […]


Can Massage Be Helpful to Cancer Patients?

The following is a guest post from Melanie Bowen, an Awareness Advocate from the Cancer Alliance Massage therapy is used in a variety of clinical settings for alleviating stress and relieving pain. For people who have been diagnosed with cancers like breast cancer or mesothelioma, massage therapy can significantly improve their quality of life and […]


How Dogs Help Cancer Patients During Treatment

Awhile back my sister (who is one of the biggest dog lovers I know – mom of 3 Labs) strongly suggested that I do a story about how dogs are now increasingly present in the treatment centers that are on the cutting edge of recovery strategy. Some very special and loving dogs have been welcomed […]


Does Turmeric (Curcumin) Prevent Cancer?

In Cancer Free 123, I included Turmeric as one of the spices that has been identified as a cancer fighter. Turmeric, also known as curcumin) is part of the ginger family. This precious spice, most often associated with India, helps to reduce inflammation in the body. Inflammation is a factor that has been linked to […]