Fraser Valley cancer forum hosted in Abby March 31

Mission resident organizes forum happening next Saturday

If you’re interested in learning about a more holistic and natural approach to cancer prevention, there’s the second annual Cancer Prevention Forum in Abbotsford at Garden Park Tower on March 31.

There will be knowledgeable speakers such as Christine Awram, Dr. Philip Balcaen, Dr. Serenity Aberdour, and others talking about topics like “Hormonal Health for Cancer Prevention,” “Stress, Emotions and Preventing Cancer,” “Detoxing for Cancer Prevention,” and more.

On average 3,340 Canadians are diagnosed with cancer every week and 1,470 of these will die weekly. Our current way of dealing with cancer is to raise money to fight the war on cancer. As this has not reduced  cancer rates, perhaps it’s time for a new approach, one of prevention?

This event is organized by Mission resident Anne Arsenault. For more information go to www.healthbrights.com.

Tickets are $8. You can contact Anne at healthbrights@gmail.com or call her at 604-832-4289.

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