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Anybody aware of recent studies on Germanium as a cancer fighter? I did some research back in 1986 and found a study where 1 gram per day dose was given to lung cancer patients with great results. theory was Germanium put a ring of oxygen around cells so when a cancerous oxygen deprived cell went looking for a healthy cell ot pull oxygen from and turn that one cancerous, instead it found the r…   Read more…

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THE CANCER PLANNER will help you and your caregivers navigate your journey, organize the chaos and prepare for appointments and treatments. Just your specific details will be recorded and easily ac... more
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Updated Mar 30, 2011 in Cooking With Care's resources · Like2
Olive oil is a culinary and cultural legacy used over centuries and it is not only used for cooking, but used for health benefits. It carries large amounts of antioxidants that are believed to be g... more
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In the booklet Facing Forward, the National Cancer Institute compiled what has been learned from survivors about life after cancer treatment. It includes practical ways of dealing with common probl... more

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