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Archive for August, 2011

coffee protective against prostate cancer?

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on August 31, 2011

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Does coffee protect against cancer?

A twenty year study (1986-2006) covering nearly 50,000 men discovered that coffee drinkers had reduced incidences of prostate cancer compared with non-drinkers – and those who drank more than six cups a day had the lowest incidence. The details are in the Larsen’s International Health News – an excellent information resource

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FDA attacks on alternative health

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on August 10, 2011

There is a lot of cancer related info on this site so do browse – this supplements the info in my cancer books – see for details.

FDA Attacks on Alternative Health

So you thought you lived in a free country? This is what is happening in the USA. But Europeans shouldn’t feel they’re safe either. Go to the following link and you will see a history of FDA sponsored raids on people just going about their business in a normal, legal, healthy way. This is very frightening. This is how Nazism started. Click on this link

Note: The Cancer Survivor’s Bible (2012) is now available – see

“This book gives hope. …I wish I had read this book before I was diagnosed. My doctors and the cancer charities didn’t tell me any of this.”

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Website helps people affected by cancer connect to each other

Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on August 9, 2011

New website helps people with cancer connect to others

The site is called I Had Cancer ( It is a new, free to use, social network for anyone and everyone touched by cancer – fighters, survivors and supporters. They can share their stories, connect with others and exchange information. It is not a medical site but simply a network that makes it easy to find others in the same shoes. You can search through the community by age, gender, type of cancer, type of user (fighter, etc,) year of diagnosis and location. I Had Cancer fosters community and allows people to connect based on their experiences.

NOTE: The 2012 edition of The Cancer Survivor’s Bible is now available – see for details.

“I work with cancer patients and I have found this book incredible helpful to them (and to me and my work colleagues).”

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