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By Pat Wetzel
I am looking forward to our Blab this Sunday with Kathleen Ruddy, MD, author of Of Mice and Women: Unraveling the Mystery of the Breast Cancer Virus and a long time advocate for the Pink Vaccine, a preventative breast cancer vaccine that has shown 100% effective in animal models in preventing triple negative breast cancer. This virus is responsible for 40-75% of all human breast cancer.
Think about it. A vaccine. No more breast cancer. No mammograms. No Pinktober. No chemo. No reconstruction.
It would negate an entire industry.
The first article about a breast cancer virus was written in 1936. The research has been repeatedly sidetracked. Dr. Ruddy provides a fascinating look at the politics of cancer research and the very real human repercussions in her book.
One of the leading researchers in breast cancer vaccines has been Dr. Vincent Tuohy, an immunologist at the Cleveland Clinic. Below, he talks about his research:
Join us Sunday1pm PT/4pm ET and ask Dr. Ruddy your questions about vaccines and breast cancer prevention.
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Pat Wetzel is the Founder of the Anti-Cancer Club. In 2009, she was diagnosed with a rare lymphoma. After three rounds of chemo, surgery and radiation, she is in remission.
How does one take control of one’s health, even in the face of cancer? What are the factors of health in the context of cancer?
Research by Dean Ornish, MD, David Servan-Schreiber, MD, Jeanne WallacePhD, CNC, and others point to 4 key factors over which each of us has total control: Nutrition, Exercise, Mind/Body Modalities (such as stress management) and Social Connection.
The lifestyle choices that create anti-cancer health are not the day to day reality that most of us live. Our lives are fast and stressful. We don’t always eat well and exercise may or may not be part of our equation. And even with family and friends, cancer can be very isolating. People simply don’t know what to say or do.
Ultimately each of us must find our own path, but we don’t have to re-create the wheel. Learn from all of us on this site as we share personal experiences, expertise and insights into creating an anti-cancer life.
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