Center for Advancement in Cancer Education
October 17, 2012
CACE is, in my opinion, so far advanced & much more beneficial to the public when compared to other mainstream cancer organizations because they are actively teaching people how to PREVENT, COPE WITH & BEAT cancer....not merely bringing awareness to (who could possibly NOT be aware of cancer today?), detecting early (wouldn't it be better to learn how to prevent & reduce risks of getting cancer rather than needing to deal with it after the fact?) or looking for a pharmaceutical "cure" (billions raised for "research" & cancer is still on the rise??? Donations would be much better utilized if donated to organizations like CACE!) CACE is the ONLY organization I recommend to people who are suffering from cancer & who want to prevent it. In health talks that I give, I regularly share prevention methods I've learned from attending lectures given by Dr. Susan Silberstein. She & CACE have opened my eyes to the control I have over my own health & it is so empowering! I don't have to live in ignorance & fear & hope I'm one of the lucky ones. In turn, I share what I have learned with as many people as I can. Thank you Dr. Susan & CACE for all of your hard work & giving spirits! You truly are a GREAT non-profit!!!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
knowing what I can do to help to not only reduce my risk of getting cancer, but actually knowing what I can do to help prevent myself from getting it! Applied knowlege is power!
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Clone Dr. Susan so she could give more life-changing lectures around the country!
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How did you learn about this organization?
Through Juice Plus. I attended a lecture given by Dr. Susan Silberstein. It changed my life & the way I treat my body.
General Member of the Public & Wellness Educator.