Editorial Issue 41 Print Email

Sadly, more often than not, it is only when we ourselves, or someone close to us, become seriously ill that we realise our own fragility and lack of certain knowledge regarding natural and effective health care approaches to healing.

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Editorial Issue 40 Print Email

Penny Brohn, internationally renowned campaigner for holistic cancer treatment and co-founder of the Bristol Cancer Help Centre, died late last year following a 15-year battle with cancer. Penny Brohn's tremendous contribution in increasing awareness about the needs of cancer patients among healthcare professionals, oncologists and legions of cancer sufferers will be a lasting testament to her beautiful and valiant spirit. She will be sorely missed by her friends, family and the wider communities of Cancer and Complementary Medicine.

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Editorial Issue 34 Print Email

Happiness and Depression have become two of the most common, everyday words we bandy about. Yet, whereas talking, writing and giving seminars about how to achieve happiness can be a highly respectable (and lucrative) occupation, even admitting to be depressed can provoke dire, even life-long consequences, denying one the access to work in certain professions, or even the right to manage your affairs. Not to mention the possibility of being confined (sectioned) against your will by relatives or health professionals if you are not resigned to your possibly miserable or even tragic circumstances.

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Editorial Issue 33 Print Email

Cancer survival statistics make for sober reading, especially these days when the media are always ready to announce "breakthroughs" or "miracle cures". Most intelligent people who don't happen to be cancer epidemiologists would get the optimistic impression that cancer detection and cure rates are increasing and that mortality is decreasing.

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Editorial Issue 32 Print Email

If you were at high risk of getting breast cancer what would you do? Suppose that you were in your early 30s, and a DNA test showed that you had inherited a gene with an 80% probability of getting breast cancer. Even worse, suppose that close female relatives – your mother or sister – had previously died of breast cancer. This is actually a horrifying yet very real scenario for some women today.

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