• Cell Nutritionals: Pomi-T Study: This brief video describes for non-scientists the mechanisms and findings regarding the effects of concentrates of four superfoods (green tea, turmeric, pomegranate and broccoli) on prostate cancer proliferation.
  • Exercise and Recovery by Donna Wilson – Fitness expert Donna Wilson emphasizes the importance of exercise in recovering from cancer treatment.
  • Integrative Cancer Care – by Donald Abrams, MD – This four-video series records a day-long training with Donald Abrams, MD, one of the nation’s foremost integrative cancer care authorities. The training is designed for health professionals and for cancer advocates and navigators dedicated to helping others with informed choice in cancer. This training is part of Healing Circles, a new Commonweal curriculum for health professionals and others dedicated to enhancing supportive programs for people with cancer. Each of Dr. Abrams’ presentations is followed by a conversation with Commonweal’s Michael Lerner.
  • Jeremy Geffen, MD—The Seven Levels of Healing by Jeremy R. Geffen, MD, FACP – This video is a recording of Dr. Geffen’s presentation “Seven Levels of Healing” at the Cancer as a Turning Point Conference in Seattle, Washington, in July 2006.
  • Journey through Cancer: Emotional Healing—Dr. Jeremy Geffen by Jeremy R. Geffen, MD, FACP – In this excerpt from his best selling DVD, The Seven Levels of Healing, Dr. Geffen discusses how rollercoaster emotions affect a patient’s journey through cancer and what can happen when we find the courage to embrace these emotions and bring them into the light of awareness.
  • Qigong for Cancer Survivors by Yang Yang, PhD – Integrative medicine specialist Yang Yang describes the benefits of qigong for cancer survivors, demonstrating exercises and meditation.
  • Surviving Terminal Cancer by Dominic Hill – This film follows three long-term survivors of the most lethal cancer known to medicine, a primary brain tumor called glioblastoma multiforme. Each rejected their conventional oncologists’ prognosis that survival beyond a few months was highly unlikely, and each researched options and created a “cocktail” of pharmaceutical and complementary therapies.
  • The C-Word: Neuroscientist David Servan-Schreiber discovered his own brain tumor during MRI research. He set out to gather as ‘much information as I could to see what I could do to help my body fight and resist cancer.’
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