Center For Advancement In Cancer Education
Rating: 4.96 stars 118 118 reviews 10,646
Children & Youth, Health, Cancer
130 Almshouse Road Suite 107A Richboro PA 18954 USA
To educate people on how to prevent, cope with and beat cancer through immune-enhancing approaches
Over 100,000 people helped.
individuals to prevent, cope with, and beat cancer through diet, lifestyle and other immune-boosting approaches.
Geographic areas served:
Cancer Counseling, Cancer Education Products and Seminars, Cancer Education for Health Professional, and Our Youth Nutrition & Cancer Prevention Education Project.
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I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer a year ago. I had been using Juice Plus' vegetable and fruit capsules for many years as well as other practices to support my health, although stress and some poor habits were a negative factor I believe. I contacted Beat Cancer .org because I did not want to follow the conventional route whenever a wholistic approach is possible. I was assigned to naturalpathic doctor Randy with beatcancer. org for counseling by phone. She has been advising me and my wife Lois over this past many months. Her diet and life style advice is somewhat demanding, but I feel better as time goes on. Her encouragement helps us to stay the course although I need to be more compliant as I know I will be better off if I am. I incorporate other resources I have available and am optimistic that I will continue to enjoy many more year pass my coming 76th birthday. I think our sick society needs more of this approach to restore a healthy America.
Don Koehler, Minnesota
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When I was diagnosed with an aggressive, invasive breast cancer I heard Dr. Susan Silberstein speak about the nutritional power of plant foods to help my body fight back alongside the oncology protocol that I was being given. I did not know the effect that changing my diet would have, but I knew that eating a lot more vegetables was the one thing that I could contribute to this fight. My initial prognosis was 2 years and that was 17 years ago. I continue to eat a strongly plant-based diet and as a nutritionist, I teach my patients to do the same.
Beth Schroeder, MS, CNS, CHC
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This organization consistently provides the public with constructive ideas in the prevention of and treatment for disease through its insistence on natural remedies. I truly believe that all the "medicines" needed by most of us most of the time are found in the produce and fish aisles of neighborhood supermarkets.
Dr. Susan has come halfway across the country to give a talk on a cancer prevention diet for our Juice Plus team in Nebraska. Her information is powerful and gives people the tools they need to help themselves heal naturally, information not typically given by regular doctors. Thanks to this organization, we are even more inspired to help people get more whole foods in their diet and transform their health!
We have known Susan for years and could not find a more dedicated individual to tirelessly share her story and her mission. She has and continues to help thousands showing the way to a cancer free life and supporting those who have contracted this awful disease. We are humbled to be an advocate, provide forums for her to speak, and to contribute to her cause.
I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012.Upon completion of chemotherapy my first catscan showed that I had a malignant nodule on my thyroid.I frequently went to the Cancer Support Community in my local area and heard Dr Silberstein give a great lecture.She recommended Randi , the naturopath from beatcancer.org to help me stay healthy.Randi was amazing.I work for a weight loss company and I learned so much from this woman about healthy eating/lifestyle which has does wonders for my health and my job.The best part? Free .... they just ask for any donation so they have the funds to help others! Beatcancer.org is a wonderful organization!
Beat Cancer.org has been so amazing in my life. I was diagnosed with Bladder Cancer in 2010. I was devastated, so afraid and unsure if I would be able to make it. My company laid me off during the Spring of 2011 , my unemployment ended in 2012 and my life became a nightmare. In order to get the proper treatment that I needed, I had to travel about 300 miles roundtrip to get to the hospital. I found Beat Cancer.org on the internet and I reached out for help. The difference that they make in your life can't not be expressed enough. I was given hope, information and assistance that made my battle easier to fight. They took away some of the fear. I am thankful for the support and love it has given me. BeatCancer.org did not let me take this journey alone. I am so thankful for this. From the bottom of my heart thank you. Thank you for your assistance into many people lives like mine. Be Blessed!!
BeatCancer.org has been such a wonderful service to the cancer community providing information and education
that is scientifically based to help cancer patients cope or beat their disease. My teenage son was diagnosed with
Melanoma in 2000. I stayed current with advancements in cancer care, and I recently completed the
Holistic Cancer Support Educator class certification. Dr. Susan SIlberstein is one of the most compassionate and informed leader in this industry. Thank You. Janet Price
I am a massage therapist and yoga instructor, and I have attended educational lectures by Dr. Silberstein. Her material has been very helpful to me to pass along education to my clients and students. Many lives have been improved, maybe even saved, by learning about better health through nutrition. Thank you!
I have found their little education booklets on cancer and what healthy food looks like so helpful with the people I am a health coach for. The several times I have contacted them, their response time to questions is impressive for a non-profit organization