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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

6 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Donor

Rating: 5

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!

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Donor

Rating: 5

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!

1

Donor

Rating: 5

I have lost track of the number of people diagnosed with cancer whom I have referred to the Center for Advancement in Education. Each one has had a positive experience, whether they have received professional counseling or purchased one of the Center's many informational items. The Center staff cares and gives hope to those who are in a state of chaos and terror following notification of their diagnosis. We are blessed to have this resource available to us.

2

Donor

Rating: 5

BeatCancer.org (aka the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education) is the first organization I want to tell people about when I hear that someone has been diagnosed with cancer. Susan Silberstein has gathered an invaluable collection of health-promoting resources that empower people who would otherwise be faced only with what the medical world provides. I wish it were better known!

1

Donor

Rating: 5

I have attended many lectures and one-on-one talks with Dr. Silberstein. She is focused on helping people make the best decisions when cancer strikes. If it ever strikes me, CACE will be the first place I go before making any decisions on my treatment.

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Donor

Rating: 5

A great deal of emphasis is placed on using chemicals to treat cancer but it is common knowledge that while the chemicals destroy many bad cells they also destroy some good cells. Dr Silberstein can be very helpful in advising patients how to give their bodies the nutritional support it needs to be able to withstand the sever treatment of the cancer.