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Hi I'm Lee Euler, I’ve spent over a decade investigating every possible way a person can beat cancer. In fact, our commitment to defeating cancer has made us the world’s #1 publisher of information about Alternative Cancer Treatments -- with over 20 books and 700 newsletters on the subject. If you haven't heard about all your cancer options, or if you want to make sure you don’t miss even one answer to this terrible disease, then join our newsletter. When you do, I'll keep you informed each week about the hundreds of alternative cancer treatments that people are using to cure cancer all over the world.

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The Darkest, Sneakiest Trap Treatment You’ll Ever Find for Health Issues

By Lee Euler / August 14, 2019

When most people think of charcoal, they picture summer grills and smoky meat. But there’s another kind of charcoal – a natural treatment that traps the toxins and chemicals in your body and sends them down your toilet. These two charcoals are completely different. The kind used in your barbecue is loaded with toxins and […]

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To Kill Cancer, Turn Up the Heat

By Lee Euler / August 11, 2019

More than 5,000 years ago, doctors in Egypt used heat to treat cancer. Today, even the American Cancer Society admits, “Very high temperatures can kill cancer cells outright.” I’ve written about this many times. In fact, this approach was one of the first I learned about 15 years ago when I started reporting on alternative […]

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Mold in Your Home is a Cancer Danger

By Lee Euler / August 7, 2019

Mold isn’t always a bad thing… After all, if you enjoy a good slice of Roquefort or Camembert cheese, you’re appreciating the work of a cheesemaker who used fungal spores to create that unique, mold-ripened flavor. And penicillium mold naturally produces the antibiotic penicillin, which was the first true antibiotic. It changed the course of […]

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Keep Your Summer Barbecue from Upping Your Cancer Risk

By Lee Euler / August 4, 2019

Like a lot of people, I love the smell of meat barbecuing on the grill in the warmer months. And a burger or steak hot off the grill has a unique, mouth-watering taste you can’t get with any other method of meat preparation. When it comes to cooking, grilling is sui generis – in a […]

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Almost Everyone has Forgotten This Essential Mineral

By Lee Euler / July 28, 2019

Are you following the advice of medical authorities by working up a sweat, avoiding dairy foods, and keeping the salt shaker at arms-length? Exercising is generally good advice, avoiding salt is generally not such good advice, and avoiding milk products we could debate all night – but what we do know is all three of […]

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This Spice Heats up Your Taste Buds and Burns Out Cancer

By Lee Euler / July 24, 2019

Are you a fan of hot spicy food that makes your mouth feel like it’s on fire? Personally, I love hot foods – and for once, something I like is good for me! Scientists are finding that hot spices are especially suited to fight cancer. Capsaicin — the natural compound in those foods that burns […]

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Need to Conquer Cancer? Send in the Stem Cells

By Lee Euler / July 21, 2019

Stem cell therapies in general are the most exciting thing going on right now in health science, and research is just getting started. The stem cell phenomenon has moved way beyond those days ten or fifteen years ago when people thought the cells had to be obtained from aborted babies. Forget about that, those days […]

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Putting This Inside You Protects Your Skin

By Lee Euler / July 17, 2019

The poor lemon has an undeserved bad reputation (except when its sour flavor is offset with tons of sugar, or used in cleaning products). It’s popular as a flavoring or scent, but few among us want to bite into a raw lemon. As far back as 1863, people with a tart disposition were called lemons. […]

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They Told Her She Had a Brain Tumor… Then They Found This

By Lee Euler / July 14, 2019

She couldn’t decide whether to be grossed out or relieved. Doctors had given this newlywed woman the horrible news that she had brain cancer. So the neurosurgeons at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City cut open her skull, expecting to find a malignant brain tumor. What they found instead was shocking. So shocking, they […]

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