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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Cancer, Children & Youth, Health, Youth Development Programs

Mission: To educate people on how to prevent, cope with and beat cancer through immune-enhancing approaches

Results: Over 100,000 people helped.

Target demographics: individuals to prevent, cope with, and beat cancer through diet, lifestyle and other immune-boosting approaches.

Geographic areas served: nationwide

Programs: Cancer Counseling, Cancer Education Products and Seminars, Cancer Education for Health Professional, and Our Youth Nutrition & Cancer Prevention Education Project.

Community Stories

10 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Diane193

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been volunteering for them for over 3 years now. I have been doing data entry and other things as well. It is fun to be there and you get to know them. My hours there are flexible. Great place to volunteer as i found them on www.volunteermatch.com

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

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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Board Member

Rating: 5

Beat Cancer has saved my life and thousands of others. Whenever I find out that a relative, friend or acquaintance has cancer, I do my best to get them in touch with the organization. Knowing too few will even give it a try and seeing all of the suffering and death simply out of fear, unwillingness and lack of knowledge - this is my greatest sadness.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

The staff at BeatCancer.org are dedicated to providing the latest choices in avoiding cancer, recovering from cancer and dsealing with cancer. I became aware of the group when several of my friends were dying or in dire condition from the deadly disease. I now encourage my friends and family who have encounters with the disease to contact the professionals at CACE. They CAN help. The organization is also able to put on extremely enlightening and useful programs where corporations and organizations can gather their employees or staff for a presentation.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I was a volunteer for about 2 years and loved every moment spent with Dr. Susan. I learned so much about cancer research and now have two of Dr. Susan's cookbooks and love using all of them. I enjoyed all of my assignments such as postings of contributions, filing, data entry, mass mailings, inventory checks and helping Dr. Susan pack for her lictures. It was a wonderful pleasure to volunteer as well as an honor for such a wonderful organization.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Hello, my name is Patricia Dean, and I was a Volunteer at Center for the Advancement in Cancer Education is 2007. I know and believe in my heart that the positive principles that the Center stand for really do improve the quality of life for people. Because of the education, team work and great spirit of this organization I will be forever blessed.

People need to know that they can make positive choices that affect them even if everything that is going on around them is negative.

Sincerely
Pat Dean

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been a volunteer and board member for 27 years and wish to tell everyonne just how fortunate the world is to hve such a caring and giving group of dedicated people when it comes to helping others to iunderstad a disease such as cancer. Prevention. dealing with treatments or preventing recurence and even helping with emotional issues keeps the staff busyl on a daily basis.

Funding is needed more than ever to keepl the center going.

2 Barbara B.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

My sister was very much against anything I could tell her about the benefits of nutrition for her husband until I send her the booklet "Vegetable Juices & Cancer Treatment". She was so negative that I had to call her and read excepts from the booklet. Now she's giving taking Juice Plus to her husband and exploring alternative avenues of treatment. This would never have happened without CACE.
Barbara Brewer

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have not personally had cancer, but I have referred a number of people to CASE. They have told me how helpful this organization is. They have also told me that they received a lot of information that they probably would not have come by without turning to this source.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

When a member of my family was diagnosed with breast cancer, Dr. Silberstein helped her navigate the maze of treatment options available to her and select a course of treatment that has kept her healthy and cancer-free for over five years. The personal attention she recieved from Dr. Silberstein and her staff made a profound difference in her life. The counseling provided by CACE addresses the whole person and enables cancer patients and others to strengthen both body and mind.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have known Dr. Susan Silberstein, founder of C.A.S.E., for many years. When I became a Job Developer for Goodwill's SCSEP Program last year, one of the first people I contacted to help (C.A.S.E. now gets free office support) was Susan, because I don't know anyone who cares as much as she does about the work she does. And C.A.S.E. is seriously in need of funding and support. I have offered my services for free and hope that others will follow. Thank you Susan. You are one in a million!