3 Principles You Need to Know to Protect You & Your Loved Ones from Breast Cancer

Did you know that nearly 40% of women will develop cancer in their lifetime, 1 in 3 of which is breast cancer?

Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to protect you and your loved ones from this dangerous disease?

Make sure to join us for a FREE WEBINAR and learn the 3 Principles You Need to Know to Protect You and Your Loved Ones from Breast Cancer.

“Greetings, I’m Dr. Barnet Meltzer and I specialize in Preventive & Integrative Medicine, and I’m here today to invite you and your loved ones to participate in our upcoming webinar on the future of breast cancer awareness. Now, of course it’s a very important subject. What is the state of the union? The state of the union is there’s a lot of attention being paid to breast cancer, but what’s alarming to me is breast cancer rates are at historic highs. Why 40% of women in their lifetime are expected to get cancer, 1 of 3 of which is expected to be breast cancer. So here’s the point, here’s what you need to know, and here’s what I’m going to ask you. Do you know what steps you can take, what steps must be taken to protect you and your loved ones from breast cancer? That’s what we’re going to be covering in the webinar. There are 3 things you must know. The first thing is about prevention. Is there a way to prevent breast cancer? The answer is yes! You have the ability to influence your lifestyle risk factors–we’ve studies lifestyles, and we’ve studied risk factors–you have an ability to influence your risk factors to decrease your risk for breast cancer. In addition to that, your immune system is like a muscle–it has the capacity, the potential to get strong enough to protect you and defend you against breast cancer. So in our seminar, the #1 thing we are going to talk about and really drive home is the prevention of breast cancer. Because to me, the least complicated case of breast cancer is the one that never occurs. #2, we need everyone to be tuned in to early detection. Why? The sooner you find a breast lump, the sooner you find breast cancer, the better the long term result. In other words, early detection means early treatment, and we decrease the risk of breast cancer becoming a life threatening condition. The third thing I need you to know –in addition to prevention, in addition to early detection–is the integrative treatment of breast cancer. Combining the best of traditional care–whether it’s chemo, radiation, or surgery–with the best of complementary and alternative care: nutrition, stress management, attitudinal healing, emotional healing, and all the things that go into making a person whole. So that’s what we’re going to be talking about. The future of breast cancer awareness. I want to encourage you to sign up. Don’t leave it to chance, make it a choice. I want to encourage you, your loved ones and friends to join us for this webinar and find out how to prevent breast cancer, how to detect it early, and how to treat it from the whole person’s point of view, and let’s join together and spread the cause of wellness.”

  • By Barry Bowles, November 10, 2011 @ 11:28 pm

    Why is breast cancer at such a historic high now? I thought that since so much money goes towards research that there were such good early detection tests and genetic tests and such. So scary.

  • By Donna Dudley, November 11, 2011 @ 1:36 am

    I think the best defense for any cancer is a healthy, highly functioning immune system. If the immune system is strong it will find the newly formed cancer cells and destroy them before they can cause any real damage.

  • By Rebecca White, November 11, 2011 @ 2:36 am

    That statistic is so disheartening. It’s wonderful that we are all living longer, but it seems that so many of us are getting cancer now. No one is immune to it.

  • By Tonya Gentry, November 11, 2011 @ 3:23 am

    The webinar seems like it will be very informative. Thanks!

  • By Maureen Beach, November 11, 2011 @ 5:02 am

    Early detection is key, but is there one method better than another? My mother was talking about how the insurance companies don’t want to do the mamograms anymore, but I have also heard that self exams often lead to much worry and axiety by women who think they found something that is really nothing.

  • By Daniel, November 11, 2011 @ 5:36 am

    We are all born with risk factors. It’s whether or not they develop. A lot of that depends on how we live our life. Eat well, exercise, and stay positive.

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