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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Ending Breast Cancer; is the Answer a Vaccine?

We all want to see the end of breast cancer; all cancers.  We have lost loved ones, friends and we are battling it ourselves.  While we haven't lost the war against cancer, we show few signsthat we are advancing against the enemy.
Most of you know that I choose natural over synthetic, food as my medicine.  I also believe that conventional medicine has its place.  For many, conventional medicine is the answer for cancer; for others, it is unsuccessful.  Some diseases resist or evade treatment, and even when successful, treatment is at best grueling, and often worse; breast cancer is one such disease.  We can keep developing new treatments, something we must do for all who are battling this disease now.  However, looking foward, I would like to see a world without cancer.  I am not a scientist, I don't have answers.  But what I do have is an open mind; I'd like to give vaccines a chance.  We can only do so much to prevent cancer, to prevent recurrence.  It's time to be more proactive on preventing this disease.  Many, like me, challenge the use and safety of vaccines; however, they might be our best chance at ending breast cancer as well as many other cancers.
The following is a post in which I share my frustrations and thoughts:
Have a healthy your heart, your minds and enjoy life today!
Elyn Jacobs is a breast cancer survivor, professional cancer coach, radio talk show host, speaker, and the Executive Director for the Emerald Heart Cancer Foundation. Elyn empowers women to choose the path for treatment that best fits their own individual needs.  She is passionate about helping others move forward into a life of health and wellbeing. Elyn lives in New York with her husband and two young boys.  Find Elyn at To tune into the Survive and Live Well show, visit, Tuesdays at 1pm, EST.

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