Welcome to the Rethinking Cancer Newsletter #12
At last, the humongous task is just about done! For months we’ve been working on making accessible to you the nearly 40 years of Cancer Forum magazines, F.A.C.T.’s one-of-a-kind official publication that focuses specifically on the Biorepair system.Just click the Cancer Forum link on the Resource page and you’ll find all 100 plus issues listed in reverse chronological order (newest to oldest). By clicking on any volume, you’ll be able to read selected articles or download a PDF with the entire magazine. Please remember that the tapes and books listed at the end of each issue are no longer available for purchase as written. Fortunately, most of the tapes are now on our website for listening (no charge) and many of the books are still in bookstores or on the Internet and are still, of course, eminently worth reading.
It’s important to note that all the information contained in these journals (from the 1970’s to 2009) is as relevant today as when first published. The physiology of the human body and the laws of Nature have not changed and so the basic concepts apply. Some specific news items may not be as germane now, though, sadly, too many of the environmental and medical issues discussed are still unresolved and vital to our current struggles to make nontoxic, biologically-sound medical options available to all.
We’re very proud of these one-of-a-kind magazines and the wealth of information they contain — a veritable college course in Biorepair! No final exam required. We just hope that the knowledge will give you greater confidence and freedom in your quest for a healthy life. Enjoy!
To your health!
Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy (F.A.C.T.)
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In the mid 1990’s, we received this consent form from someone whose husband had been prescribed Tegison therapy for severe psoriasis that had not responded to standard drug treatments. It seems, when the man had gone to fill his prescription, the pharmacist handed him this release and told him to read it carefully before signing. READ MORE.The Expanding Medical Cabinet
A row of bottles on my shelf
Caused me to analyze myself.
One yellow pill I have to pop
Goes to my heart so it won’t stop.
A little white one that I take
Goes to my hands so they won’t shake.
The blue ones that I use a lot
Tell me I’m happy when I’m not.
The purple pill goes to my brain
And tells me that I have no pain.
The capsules tell me not to wheeze
Or cough or choke or even sneeze.
The red ones, smallest of them all
Go to my blood so I won’t fall.
The orange ones, very big and bright
Prevent my leg cramps in the night.
I hear those TV ads that say
All those side effects, while violins play.
Such an array of brilliant pills,
Could they be causing more and more ills?
Satisfy Your Soles
Feet take abuse every day. Pounded on hot sidewalks, cramped into shoes, they never stop working. One of the ways to get your feet rejuvenated is through reflexology, a science that came out of Egypt and has been more recently used as an adjunct to modern
medicine. READ MORE.Ant-idote
Ants are wonderful, amazing creatures, but they do have a pesky habit of getting into undesirable places, like your food. Mint, especially peppermint (Mentha piperita), is anathema to ants. You can spray a mixture of one cup water to 2 teaspoons essential peppermint oil wherever you see them in the house. Dab a little diluted peppermint oil on yourself — and your picnic basket — to keep the party crashers at bay…and out of the potato salad!
Pick Me Up Shake*
1 cup fresh pineapple, cut in small chunks
1 cup whole plain yogurt
½ cup apple juice
1 egg (organic, fertile if available)Combine everything in a blender. When smooth, drop a few ice cubes in, one at a time and blend. Variation: substitute 1 banana for ½ cup yogurt. This is also a nice breakfast drink.
* This recipe is from the new cookbook, Triumph Over Cancer — My Recipes for Recovery by Doris Sokosh, long-term recovered cancer patient featured in the film Rethinking Cancer.