Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Like, Comment, Share: Top posts from the past three months

Today's blog is a round up of your favourite posts from our Facebook page over the past three months. We love sharing the latest news, research and all the inspiring stories which come our way. Please 'like' us if you are interested in joining the conversation.

In case you missed them here are the top 5 posts which got you all talking over the past few months.

1. Vitamin C 'gives chemotherapy a boost' - article from the BBC

This article draws on research from the University of Kansas which suggests that high dose intravenous Vitamin C could contribute to healing from cancer. Find out more about Vitamin C Therapy in our 'Life Directory'

News that the Swiss have chosen to abolish mammography after their Medical Board released a
report stating that the evidence does not support the common medical mantra that mammograms are safe and capable of saving lives. 

They found that mammography may only prevent one death per thousand women screened while causing harm to many more. 

If you want to learn more about the potential harms of mammography, 'The Promise' is an must-see documentary.

3. The Dublin doctor who is beating cancer - book review from the Irish Independent 

Review of 'Stop Feeding your Cancer' by Dr John Kelly an Irish GP who presents convincing evidence, based on the experience of his own patients, which shows that cancer treatment can be positively supported by dietary changes.

4. Our First Manchester Seminar: ‘Lifestyle Choices and Cancer’ - our blog

One of our own blogs made it into the top five! This one talks about our recent Manchester seminar, which was a resounding success. We were delighted to be joined by Dr Contreras of the Oasis of Hope Hospital in Mexico, Patricia Peat of Cancer Options and Gloria Halim of Rock on Divas for a fascinating insight into how lifestyle can affect cancer.

If you missed it, check out our events calendar for lots more happening in 2015 or join our mailing list (box on the right) to keep up to date with our activities.

5. Cancer patients are dying because of our Downton Abbey treatment system - comment by Maurice Saatchi in the Guardian

Maurice Saatchi calling the 100 doctors who wrote to the Times to rubbish his Medical Innovation Bill 'the authentic voice of complacency'. Saatchi is in the process of passing a bill through parliament to give patients access to innovative treatments, championing patient choice.

So that concludes are our top five for this quarter, thanks for following!

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