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Lee Euler

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.


How One Common Vitamin Stops Deadly Cancers From Growing

By Lee Euler / October 26, 2022

Ovarian cancer is one of the most deadly cancers of our time. It affects one in five women and results in a terrifyingly high death rate. If caught early, nine out of ten patients survive. If caught late, those odds drop to one in ten.1 Sadly, many women don’t know that they’re suffering from ovarian […]


Calcium… Are You Getting Too MUCH or Too Little?

By Lee Euler / October 19, 2022

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in your body. Most of it – 99 percent – is stored in your bones and teeth. The remaining one percent is in your blood, for the normal function of muscles, nerves, and blood vessels. Calcium is clearly important to your health, but does that mean you should take […]


Why Are Men More Prone to Cancer Than Women?

By Lee Euler / October 12, 2022

Half of all men will develop some form of cancer during their lives, compared to one in three women. Why the significant difference? Until 2017 the focus was on men’s more unhealthy lifestyles and more stoic personalities which leads them to defer medical treatment, but research since then suggests the reasons may be more complex […]


This Essential Mineral Can Cause Cancer

By Lee Euler / October 5, 2022

It’s a mineral best known for preventing anemia, but a bigger problem is that too much can increase your risk of cancer. I’m talking about iron. Knowing your iron status and finding ways to reduce your levels if they’re too high is an important strategy for staying cancer-free. The first animal experiment showing how iron […]


The Dietary Supplement That’s Proven to Prevent Cancer

By Lee Euler / September 28, 2022

Scientists are pointing to one supplement that can slash the risk of a variety of cancers in patients at high genetic risk. The scientists call the new findings “unexpected,” “exciting,” and “vitally important.” What is this powerful supplement? A constituent of oats, peas, and beans… I’m talking about, wait for it… good old fashioned dietary […]


The Anti-Cancer Herb Too Few Cancer Patients Use

By Lee Euler / September 25, 2022

What if there was a natural compound that could help you recover from – or prevent – cancer? Without dangerous side effects? A large and growing body of evidence from 30 years’ worth of studies suggests that curcumin is exactly such a natural compound. Over the past five years many health-conscious people around the world […]


Aromatic Herb Assaults Cancer Cells

By Lee Euler / September 21, 2022

The Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of many forms of cancer as well as lowers the risk of dying from the disease. To discover the reason, research has focused on the variety of anti-inflammatory foods— from omega-3 rich fish, nuts and seeds to olive oil and fresh vegetables and fruit. But the Mediterranean diet also […]


The #1 Cancer-Fighting Beverage

By Lee Euler / September 18, 2022

Four centuries ago, the Chinese began brewing the leaves of this plant and drinking it as a hot beverage. Today, it’s the world’s most popular beverage besides water. Hundreds of millions of people drink it. However, it’s never been as popular in America as in the rest of the world – despite its many benefits. […]


Indian Herb Shows Exceptional Promise in Treating Cancer

By Lee Euler / September 14, 2022

If you’ve ever enjoyed Indian food, then you’ve eaten the herb fenugreek. It has a distinct, bittersweet flavor reminiscent of maple syrup. And when the leaves and seeds are cooked, they develop richer, nuttier flavors that are perfect for curries and stews. In addition to being a culinary staple in India, the Middle East, Africa […]

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