Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy
Non-Toxic Biological Approaches to the Theories,
Treatments and Prevention of Cancer

Our 53rd Year

Rethinking Cancer Newsletter #10

Dear Friends,

It’s “New Book” season at!

Several weeks ago, in a special email blast, we announced the publication of Cancer – A Rational Approach to Long-Term Recovery, by Lou Dina, one of the cancer survivors featured in the documentary. Lou presents, as never before, the day to day details of what it’s like being on a biorepair program. In our view, this is essential reading for patients and doctors alike looking for deeper knowledge of the biological, non-toxic system. Read about the mindset that Lou found so crucial to his success in an article below.

And now, ta-da, we are thrilled to announce the publication of Triumph Over Cancer — My Recipes for Recovery by Doris Sokosh, another long-term recovered patient in the film. Diagnosed with advanced breast cancer in 1971, Doris went through a series of excruciating surgeries until her doctor said there was nothing more to be done and sent her home, literally, to die. By chance her husband, Johnny, heard about F.A.C.T.’s nutritional approach and, with nothing to loose, helped his wife get started on a program. Six months later, Doris was able to get out of bed and prepare for herself the meals that brought her back to life — much to the shock of her doctor! Read Doris’ amazing story and learn how to make the simple, wholesome dishes that illustrate so well Hippocrates’ famous prescription: “Let food be thy medicine.” CLICK HERE to order this unique edition. We’ve included a sample recipe below.

So here’s wishing you’ll all a wonderful, healthy summer. And while you’re at it, kick back and enjoy a good book, or two!

To your health!

Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy (F.A.C.T.)

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Cancer — A Rational Approach to Long Term Recovery

by Lou Dina 

I am a long-term cancer survivor — 32 years cancer-free after being diagnosed with a confirmed case of malignant bone and lymph cancer in 1978. Fortunately, I am not unique, but neither do I represent the average — far from it. READ MORE.

Physician — A Word’s Worth

Physician is a word derived from the Greek root physike which means literally “purge” or “cleanse.” A good dictionary will also include figurative meanings from the Greek, such as “cure, health, nature.”At first the gap between “purge,” ”nature” or “health” might seem closer to an abyss, but the early Greeks knew exactly what they had in mind. READ MORE.

Why We Must Label Genetically-Modified Foods Now!

Gen-M, “Generation Monsanto,” the first generation of humans force-fed genetically modified foods, hasn’t reached reproductive age yet (they were born in the late 1990s). But, if a critical mass of animal feeding studies are any indication, the millennial generation, reared on Food Inc.’s unlabeled “Frankenfoods” can look forward to a long-term epidemic of cancer, food allergies, sterility, learning disabilities, and birth defects. READ MORE.

How To Eat Garlic and Keep Your Friends

Many people have found they can get all the healing benefits of raw garlic without its unpleasant qualities by cutting the bulb in two, lengthwise and crosswise, and swallowing the small particles with a large draught of water from a good-sized spoon. This is taken each morning followed by the juice of a lemon. They claim that, after an hour, no odor is discernible. So far, no reports of lost friends!

Wholesome Stuffed Mushrooms*

4 servings

12 large mushrooms, stems removed

1/4 cup almonds, finely chopped

2 scallions, minced

1 tsp. dill, basil

dash cayenne

1 Tbsp. plain whole yogurt (or just enough to hold the stuffing together)

grated unsalted cheddar cheese for topping

1. Pre-heat oven to 375º F.

2. Mince the mushroom stems and combine with almonds, scallions, herbs, and yogurt.

3. Arrange the mushroom caps on a lightly oiled baking sheet. Fill to the brim with the

stuffing and sprinkle cheese on top.

4. Bake until the top is crusty and cheese is melted (10–15 minutes).

Serve immediately as appetizer or side dish!

*from Triumph Over Cancer –My Recipes for Recovery by Doris Sokosh.