The JW Kennedy Foundation, a non-profit 501c3 corporation, has launched the Million Men March Against Prostate Cancer Initiative to research integrative health and natural medicine solutions as well as lifestyle changes in nutrition, water and exercise to combat prostate cancer. The initiative will establish a support network of prostate cancer veterans who have won their battles against this dreaded disease.
This initiative will be launched as a Virtual Prostate Cancer Forum platform provided by EZ-Xpo. The Virtual Prostate Cancer Forum & Xpo will include thought leaders as speakers and testimonials of prostate cancer fighters. There will be a PC Veterans Networking Lounge for people to share information as well as information booths where doctors, scientist, and health professional will be able to share their information via video.
The JW Kennedy Foundation has successfully completed its preclinical trials for the topical mineral cream research project. We thank all of the volunteer subjects that participated and provided valuable information and data for the Foundation to formulate its next phase to fund promising naturopathic cancer research and development.
Originally published in Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol. 5, No. 1, 1990
Nutritional therapeutics has largely been directed toward the recognition and correction of nutritional deficiencies. It is now becoming evident that a loss of homeostatic equilibrium between the nutrients can also have an adverse effect upon health. A loss of this vital balance, particularly between the trace elements, can lead to subclinical deficiencies.
DR. OTTO HEINRICH WARBURG
Nobel Prize Winner
Biochemist Otto Heinrich Warburg, one of the twentieth century's leading cellbiologists, discovered that the root cause of cancer is too much acidity in the body, meaning that the pH, potential hydrogen, in the body is below the normal level of 7.365, which constitutes an “acidic” state.
Science and better living habits are starting to conquer some types of cancers, but skin cancer seems to be becoming rather prevalent. Mayo Clinic researchers published their study in the April issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, showing that the incidence of melanoma has escalated dramatically, especially amongst young women.
Lead investigator Jerry Brewer, M.D., a Mayo Clinic dermatologist says: