Friday, November 28, 2014
Sunday, November 23, 2014
A common thread between advanced cancer patients who had "Radical Remissions" was the elimination of sugar and high glycemic content foods from their diet. Come to the December 4th discussion group meeting in San Francisco and find out the other eight factors most common to all. The PAF hiking group will do Muir Woods the day before Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving.
Sunday, November 16, 2014
In 2012 the annual Cancer Climb & Trek for Prostate Awareness expedition attempted the summit of Mt Shasta, a 14,000'+ technical climb in the Cascade Range in Northern California. Quincy Zlotnick, a fifteen year old freshman in high school at the time was one of four climbers who reached the summit. Quincy was climbing along with his mom & dad. His father Jan, a member of the PAF board of directors and a long term prostate cancer veteran is now fighting for his life with advanced prostate cancer. Go to the Success Stories section of www.prostateawarenessfoundation.org to read Quincy's brief moving description of his experience. You can also view a video of the Climb on the home page by clicking on the Cancer Climb Information section.
Quincy and Jan 2014
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
This is the name of an important new book by Kelly Turner, PhD. It tells the stories of volumes of people diagnosed with terminal cancer who made "miraculous" recoveries without conventional treatment. John Bohan (pictured below) will do A recap of the book at PAF's December 4th meeting in San Francisco. Checkout the Success Stories section at www.prostateawarenessfoundation.org for "radical Remissions" from PAF members with documented prostate