Preventing Cancer Telesummit and Podcast Series at


 In This Podcast Series We Explore the Growing Evidence of Cancer's Environmental Connection & Steps You Can Take to Help Prevent Cancer & Its Recurrence

New scientific evidence emerges daily, making it clear that the chemicals in our environment play a role in altering our biological processes. It's clear that our exposures to toxic chemicals and radiation are connected to our cancer risk. In these interviews, you will hear about this new scientific evidence from Environmental Researchers, Scientists, Political Activists, Nutritionists and Women Survivors.

As an informed consumer, you can begin to control your exposure to chemicals and radiation through personal and political action. Get to know the chemicals that have been linked to cancer and take action to reduce your risk.


Kristi Marsh author of Little Changes

Kristi Marsh, Advocate & Educator
Protecting Those You Love



Jean Gallick, Inventor
EMFs and Cancer


connie engel science and education manager at the breast cancer fund

 Connie Engel
Science and Education Manager 
at the Breast Cancer Fund



Beth Greer, Super Natural Mom
Good Health Starts in Your Home


Susan H Moss author of Keep Your Breasts and Survive Cancer, A Natural Approach to Healing and Prevention.

Susan H. Moss
Keep Your Breasts



Sandi Star HHP, CNC, CCMH
Using Food as Medicine


Ellen Connett FAN Fluoride Action Network 

Ellen Connett, Managing Director 
Fluoride: The Preponderance of Evidence


Audra Conklin on

Audra Conklin
Safer, Healthier Choices


 Fracking - the true cost of America's gas rush

The Health Dangers of Fracking
Video for Measure P, Save Santa Barbara, California

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