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The Voice of Compassionate Cancer Treatment Just Got Louder: Website Provides Resources and a Call to Action for the Medical Community
Date:2/17/2010

o are publically demanding less invasive and more natural cures for cancer and all disease. With her new book, Knockout, Suzanne Somers is the most recent to join in the crusade along with Melissa Etheridge who signed on as lead sponsor for the Noreen Fraser Foundation, and Fran Drescher, author of Cancer Schmancer. More and more breast cancer survivors are leading efforts to find cures, fund research and aid in a compassionate fight against cancer.

"Maybe one day, with your help, cancer will never again touch our lives. Together we can succeed in preserving health and well-being for each and every person in our world," says Kaspar. "I encourage you to explore the informational, healthy living resources in Pelicans, Coconuts & Butterflies and on our web site. If you have suggestions we might share with others, please gift us with your involvement. We cherish your voice."

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