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Check out this video of Gino Vannelli! A legendary pop music phenomenon, Gino is the headliner musician at our upcoming musical gala event "Together We Heal: Spirit, Mind, Body - Transforming Healthcare, Changing Lives" on November 22, 2019 in Fairfield, CT. All proceeds benefit Mederi Center. Learn more or buy tickets.
I often find myself thinking that modern medicine has it all wrong when it comes to treating cancer. Miraculous new treatments for cancer make headlines every day, but what are the long-term results of these treatments? Are these wonder drugs truly extending life, and more importantly, are they enhancing quality of life?
In Part 2 of of Dr. Su's blog on sleep, she shares practical tools, including botanicals and nutrients that support healthy sleep.
More people are reaching a ripe old age than ever before in history. In the early 1800s, life expectancy was a mere 45 years. But today, in Australia, Canada, Japan, and most European countries, people can expect to live to 80 and beyond. If the trend continues, a majority of babies born in these countries will live past their 100th birthday. But this increase in longevity comes with some bad news. Although we manage to survive longer than preceding generations, we often gain time without being healthier in those extra years.
“When I first met Donnie Yance in 1999, I was impressed with the depth and breadth of his knowledge of laboratory medicine, oncologic pathology, and molecular oncology, as well as his expertise in nutrition and botanical medicine. Despite his lack of formal training in medicine, Donnie knows more about molecular oncology than any oncologist I know, with perhaps the exception of myself.”
~ Dwight L. McKee, MD, CNS, ABIHM; diplomate of the American Boards of Medical Oncology and Hematology; board-certified in nutrition and integrative medicine; consultant to the San Diego Cancer Research Institute 2002 – 2010
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