Welcome to the Cancer Breakthroughs Summit

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Sarah Micol
Sarah Micol
4 months ago

excited to be here!

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago
Reply to  Sarah Micol

We’re thrilled to have to have you here, Sarah!

Paul Houston
Paul Houston
4 months ago

I’m looking forward to the Summit!
I was diagnosed in January 2022 with high risk Prostate Cancer with several positive cores 4+5=9. I elected to seek alternative treatment with a Naturopath rather than the standard of care plan prescribed by my Oncologist.
I’m doing very well and looking forward to learning ideas to continue healing my body letting my body take care of the cancer.

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago
Reply to  Paul Houston

Glad to have you join us for this event, Paul! We hope you’ll find valuable insights during the event. Wishing you continued success on your journey toward healing and well-being.

Tom Steele
Tom Steele
4 months ago

Let’s make the effort to learn HOPE AND HEALING from this dreaded and selfish disease. Married to my best friend with NSCLC Stage 4. with full confidence in GOD and NEW IDEAS!

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Steele

Glad to have you here, Tom! Your faith and optimism are truly inspiring. Wishing you strength, courage, and positive outcomes during the summit and beyond.

Gabriel Mills
Gabriel Mills
4 months ago

Expecting a cancer diagnosis for a big lump in my throat that makes swallowing difficult. Checked with Dr Google for the range of things it might be, but the other possibilities didn’t seem to fit. So hope to prepare myself for bad news by knowing better what to do.about it: especially if scary proposals of surgery.

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago
Reply to  Gabriel Mills

I’m truly sorry to hear about your health concerns, Gabriel. It’s completely understandable to feel anxious and seek information online. However, it’s essential to rely on medical professionals for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.

Our videos from the summit aim to provide valuable insights and information that might help you navigate this challenging journey. While they can’t replace personalized medical advice, they can certainly offer support and knowledge. We wish you strength and comfort during this time.

Margo Kemp
Margo Kemp
4 months ago

Happy to hear what you have to offer.

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago
Reply to  Margo Kemp

Thank you for joining us at the Cancer Breakthroughs Summit, Margo! We hope you’ll find a wealth of valuable information and insights from the summit. If you have any questions or need further information, feel free to reach out.

Last edited 4 months ago by Pam Jacinto
Lily Bohlken
Lily Bohlken
4 months ago

Thank you!

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago
Reply to  Lily Bohlken

Welcome to the summit, Lily!

Yolanda Marrs
Yolanda Marrs
4 months ago

Looking forward to this great conference! Knowledge is POWER!

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago
Reply to  Yolanda Marrs

Glad to have you here, Yolanda! We hope you’ll find tons of knowledge from the summit!

Lynda St-Pierre
Lynda St-Pierre
4 months ago

Good morning everyone! I just joined and I am excited to be part of this group. I have stage 4 leiomyosarcoma in my liver and lungs. I did conventional treatments first until I was told that chemo and radiation are the only solutions for me. Well…enough of that nonsense!!!☺️

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago

Welcome to the summit, Lynda! We’re so glad you’ve joined us, and your positive attitude is truly inspiring. Feel free to share your insights, questions, or experiences here, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

Warren West
Warren West
4 months ago

How can I spread the word to other trusting patients who are told they have stage 1
or 2 cancer and strongly encouraged to commit to immediate biopsy, surgery, chemo, radiation, port, plus 5 years of hormone treatments. My daughter and I have heard those words on our 1st or 2nd appt and have rejected them, however, my sister-in-law with stage 1 is presently signed up for all of them, because “her dr knows best.”
I’ve heard that drs realize that they need to get a quick commitment or may lose this potential multi-year windfall.
These scare tactics in the name of protocol is standard procedure and disgusting.
My daughter is now breast cancer free through prayer and integrative care and I’ve changed my lifestyle concerning food, drink, supplements and exercise.
We are filtering our drinking, cooking and showering water and an air filter for the bedroom.
I’m so grateful for these doctors who are standing up for the common sense integrative approach to first finding out what each patient actually needs.

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
4 months ago
Reply to  Warren West

Thank you for sharing your perspective, Warren. It is important to raise awareness about different approaches to cancer treatment. We are with you in empowering patients to make informed decisions and explore all available options. Your journey and your daughter’s success through prayer and integrative care are inspiring. We’re here to support and educate about health through our summits.

Valerie Aragona
Valerie Aragona
3 months ago

Hi I’m Valerie. I have TNBC and looking to get my body into optimal shape and utilize the holistic/ Intergrative therapies to minimize the chances of metastasis.😊

Pam Jacinto
Pam Jacinto
3 months ago

That’s a wonderful approach to dealing with TNBC, Valerie! Thank you for sharing and all the best in your healing journey.

Last edited 3 months ago by Pam Jacinto
Mara Galvez
Mara Galvez
3 months ago

With all the discussion about mitochondrial involvement in the development and progression of cancer, I was surprised Urolithin A was not brought up (unless I missed something). Since a majority of people do not have the proper muchrobiome to convert berries and pomegranates and their ellagic acid to Urolithin A, do any of you have any thoughts regarding Urolithin A supplements?

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