Can One Thrive with Cancer?

Kelly Turner, PhD, author of Radical Remission, has continued to collect stories of people who have become cancer-free. Some of them used conventional treatment that didn’t eliminate their cancer; others never utilized conventional treatment at all and are...

Managing Cancer with Food

When I was 16, I had an experience that changed my life, and informed the decisions I made when I was diagnosed with cancer. I had to be home-schooled for a semester during my junior year in high school because I was sick. I ran a fever and was tired all the time....

Recommendations from Jan

In the beginning of a new year I feel inspired to think about what healing or anti-cancer strategies I want to utilize, and what I want to improve in my life in general. I’ve signed up for some classes, both in person and online. In this eNewsletter I want to...

What Matters Most

This is our last eNewsletter of 2016 and I feel like I should write something profound that summarizes our year. I just re-read our past eNewsletters to remind myself of what happened this year, and I’m impressed. We offered seven events, and each one provided...

Making My Own Medicine

The Healing Power of Laughter was exactly what many of us needed to help us deal with the shock of the recent election results. Healing Journeys co-sponsored a free evening (with the Institute for Health and Healing) on Thursday, November 10th, at the Sutter Cancer...

Anti-cancer Strategies

There are two basic methods to respond to cancer in our bodies. The one that Western medicine predominantly focuses on is to fight the disease. Integrative medicine also addresses the terrain of the body/mind/spirit in which the cancer is growing. The metaphor of a...