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Why do Massachusetts Women Have the Highest Breast Cancer Rates in the World?
August 14, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+0
Massachusetts women continue to have the highest breast cancer rates in the world. To keep North Shore women informed about the major causes of this disease, and the most effective, non-toxic prevention steps, Manchester writer, and former Gloucester Daily Times “Honest Health” columnist, Dr Susan Wadia-Ells, author of Busting Breast Cancer, the first book on breast cancer prevention, based on the new metabolic theory of cancer, is offering free public talks in Manchester, (Manchester Community Center) on Tuesday, August 14th ,5:30pm-7pm, and in Gloucester, (Rocky Neck Cultural Center) on Monday, August 27th , 5:30-7PM. Wadia-Ells is also offering women’s workshops over the coming eight weeks, from Marblehead to Newburyport. This “North Shore Pre-Tour” ends with a gala fundraiser featuring guest speaker, Dr Thomas Seyfried, the Boston College biologist and author of the best-selling, Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: on the Origin, Management and Prevention of Cancer, John Wiley and Sons, 2012.
“Now that the new metabolic theory enables us to understand how and why breast cancer begins in one woman, but not in another, it become fairly easy to understand and practice effective, nourishing, and non-invasive breast cancer prevention steps,” said Wadia-Ells.
Her book, created after a decade of community and volunteer-supported research and writing, also uncovers ignored or misrepresented laboratory and statistical research around birth control drugs, vitamin D3, triple negative breast cancer and “Stage Zero” breast cancer. Produced by Girl Friday Productions, Seattle, Busting Breast Cancer will be available in paperback and e-book on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and in independent book stores, December,2018. For more information, see: www.bustingbreastcancer.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.