Tuesday, September 21, 2021
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My vaccine dilemma

I’m in a quandary. I had decided to have the Oxford University (Astrazeneca) vaccine, but now I am not sure. At the last count, 20 countries including nine in Europe have put its use on hold while they investigate its...
Like many things in life, you choose to use to use the Internet. “But”, I hear you cry, “It’s the only place to look stuff up; or to find things out. It’s a mine of useful information”. But so...
On Sunday April 26th 2020, more tha 500 people heard the first Sunday Show where Chris Woollams was answering audience questions on 'COVID-19 and Cancer'. Chris covered everything from vitamins and supplements, to who was at most risk, to whether having cancer put people...
Just lately when I have been doing a Personal Prescription for someone with cancer I have found almost 100% of the time that they have had gut problems. IBS, leaky gut or yeast infections seem to be the most...
After a recent study of 12 randomised controlled trials with a total of 54,000 people researchers from Dalhousie University in Canada concluded that they‘did not find a statistically significant or an important association in the risk of heart disease,...
Some 15 years ago I wrote our first article on vitamin D. As always it was science-based and used a good number of research studies to support it. Moreover, I reviewed the work of Boston Medical School who have...
I was lucky enough to be invited to speak at the worldwide Children with Cancer Conference a little while ago and there I heard a 30 minute speech from Dr. Russel Reiter on melatonin, commonly called the sleep hormone....
I help people from all over the world build Integrative cancer programmes. I don’t ‘treat’ cancer. I’m not a doctor and anyway I don’t believe in their strategy of chasing the cancer round the body. I help people build...
Shannan had an aggressive breast cancer prompting her to undertake a double mastectomy. That didn't stop the metastases. The cancer continued its march. Like many young mums, she also lived in fear of not seeing her two young boys grow...

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