Breast Cancer by Greg Anderson
50 Essential Things You Can Do

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2.5 million women in the U.S. have had a breast cancer diagnosis; more than 200,000 women are diagnosed each year. While recovery and survival rates have improved, selecting a treatment plan can be confusing and overwhelming.

Breast Cancer: 50 Essential Things You Can Do offers a roadmap for women facing breast cancer. Cancer-survivor Greg Anderson, a recognized pioneer in the field of integrated cancer care, has guided tens-of-thousands of cancer patients to health and healing over the past 25 years, through his books and his Cancer Recovery Foundation. In this new book he offers critical information about the major issues patients face following a breast cancer diagnosis, and shows how to implement a comprehensive recovery plan that maximizes opportunity for healing and recovery.

This is a fully integrative approach--one that questions Western medicine’s tendency to overtreat and proposes a combination of nutrition, exercise, mind/body approaches, and social support along with conventional medical care.

Breast Cancer: 50 Essential Things You Can Do shows how to get well and stay well by:
--Understanding your diagnosis
--Determining your treatment
--Managing your medical care
--Transforming your diet
--Designing a vitamin and mineral supplement program
--Minimizing toxic exposure, implementing an exercise program, and getting enough sleep
--Creating physical, emotional and spiritual health

This is a life-saving guide for anyone with breast cancer--whether it’s a new diagnosis or a recurrence--to become fully engaged in her own health and healing.


About Greg Anderson

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Anderson is the founder and Chairman of The American Wellness Project and the Cancer Conquerors Foundation. He lectures and presents workshops to business, health care, and religious organizations throughout the United States and Canada.
Published October 1, 2011 by Conari Press. 306 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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The author and founder of Cancer Recovery International, a global affiliation of national charities, is also a lung cancer survivor who 27 years ago was told he had 30 days to live. Not only did Ander

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Anderson’s sister Mary, a devout Catholic who prayed to the Virgin Mary, credits faith for getting her through her battle with breast cancer.

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