Busting Breast Cancer: 7 Simple Steps to Protect our Daughters/Ourselves from this Unnecessary Disease
Help us publish the paperback book now!
Susan Wadia-Ells, founding director of the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project, teaches women 7 healthy, significant and inexpensive ways to stop breast cancer before it can start...in paperback
Contribute to our Indiegogo campaign today & receive our Busting Breast Cancer: 7 Steps paperback book before everybody else.
Your contribution helps cover the final editing and publishing costs of our Busting Breast Cancer:7 Steps paperback book ...to be published by the end of the year.
Your contributions, small & large, are tax deductible, as we are a 501 (c) 3 organization.
What are some of these 7 Simple Steps?
- Raise your Vitamin D3 blood level to 50-80 ng/ml using safe tanning & Vitamin D3 supplements. KNOW your vitamin D3 number! Learn why.
- Avoid birth control drugs & try a hormone-free IUD or have a tubal ligation instead. Learn why.
- Do you drink alcohol on a regular basis? Then you need to take two specific food supplements daily & cancel out the nasty effects of alcohol on your breast tissue.
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During the past five years, the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project has reviewed much of the international research on many known, probable and possible causes of breast cancer.
YES! this research actually exists! But most women have never read these reports. Few groups are willing to help women learn how to stop this disease BEFORE it starts. Our Busting Breast Cancer: 7 Steps paperback changes that.
With our Busting Breast Cancer: 7 Steps paperback book, women can start lowering their personal breast cancer risk, on their own, one woman at a time.
WHY DON'T NATIONAL AD CAMPAIGNS TEACH WOMAN HOW TO STOP BREAST CANCER BEFORE IT STARTS?
There are NO PROFITS in keeping women healthy!!! Who will pay for such ads?
Breast cancer treatment is a multi -billion-dollar product within our national, for-profit, sick-care industry.
There are no industry profits in helping women stop breast cancer before it starts
Most cancer centers and major breast cancer foundations just keep saying:
"We really don't know what causes breast cancer... please help us find the cure."
Busting Breast Cancer: 7 Steps - the paperback book...teaches women 7 inexpensive, healthy, simple and significant steps to stop this disease before it starts
Busting Breast Cancer: 7 Steps - the paperback book... also shows why women are the only group in the U.S. today with the power and the self-interest to actually stop most breast cancer before it starts.
Do any doctors support Busting Breast Cancer's 7 Simple Steps? YES!!
Dr Stanislaw Burzynski M.D., Ph.D.
May 24, 2012
I learned about your new organization and forthcoming book on breast cancer. Please let me know how I can help you make this project successful.
Stanislawy Burzynski M.D., Ph.D.
Burzynski Clinic, Houston Texas
May 24, 2012
Dr. Susan Love M.D.
You find people less wanting to think about birth control pills, hormone replacement therapy and fertility drugs than about pesticides, bras and deodorant.
Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book, 4th Edition, Susan Love, M.D.
Dr. Michael Holick, M.D., Ph.D.
The population of the world has been brainwashed by the American Academy of Dermatology and the sunscreen industry for 30 years, with the unrelenting message that you should never be exposed to direct sunlight because it is going to cause serious skin cancer and death.”
Michael Holick, MD Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Boston University School of Medicine; author: The Vitamin D Solution- A 3-Step Strategy to Cure Our Most Pressing Health Problems
Dr Cedric Garland, Ph.D.
Garland's DINOMIT theory of cancer development, is based on research around the role of vitamin D3 in reducing the risk of cancer and improving healthy survival of cancer patients.
Dr Cedric Garland, Ph.D. Moores Cancer Center, University of California at San Diego
How Your Contributions Will be Spent
Final Process/Line Editing: $3,500
Print production: $5,000
Campaign Administration: $1,000
Total ……………… $9,500
- This basic budget enables us to print /ship 1000 paperback books
- Additional funding enables us to print/ship additional copies
- Further funding enables us to do a national advertising campaign
All editing for the 7 Steps: Busting Breast Cancer Paperback Book is done by
Girl Friday Productions, Seattle WA
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Your contribution today keeps on giving
Your contribution to our Indiegogo Busting Breast Cancer Campaign today, will enable us to publish the affordable Busting Breast Cancer: 7 Steps paperback book in the coming months so that women will finally be able to practice one or more of these 7 Simple Steps. Income from the paperback book's sales will go to additional print runs and to fund a national advertising campaign of Busting Breast Cancer's 7 Steps.
Paperback and e-Book sales will also help fund the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project and Embracing the World, two non profit organizations that will continue to educate girls and women around the world on natural & safe ways to help stop breast cancer before it starts.
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Susan Wadia-Ells is founding director of the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project/Busting Breast Cancer, a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization. The six year old virtually volunteer-based non-profit offers educational programs, including a website, blog, articles and workshops that translate international research on the known, probable and possible causes of breast cancer into everyday language that all women can use to help stop breast cancer before it starts.
Susan has been a life-long change agent on the national stage. Working at
Polaroid, the Fortune 200 instant photography giant, when affirmative action was first introduced a few decades ago, Susan quickly organized women
employees and pressured corporate management to offer equal benefits and
equal pay, along with goals and timetables to include women in skilled
trades, sales, manufacturing, finance, marketing and corporate management jobs.
When the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and
Harvard Business School began calling Susan to ask, "What do U.S.
corporations think about this woman's issue or that?", Susan began to
understand that national social change and individual power are all
about being in the right place at the right time; moving forward with a
plan, and having the right support around you 24-7. Her work at Polaroid
is described in Not Servants. Not Machines: Office Workers Speak Out , by Jean Tepperman, Beacon Press, and Networking:The Great New Way for Women to Get Ahead, by Mary-Scott Welch, Harcourt Brace.
After leaving Polaroid, Susan received a graduate degree in politics and energy economics from the Fletcher School at Tufts University and a Ph.D. in Women Studies from the Union Institute and University. She taught autobiographical writing at Lesley University and created The Wise Ones Conference Group with Joan Loomis Hastings, beginning with a conference celebrating the 5th anniversary of the watershed, Women's Ways of Knowing Study.
Susan's anthology, The Adoption Reader: Birth Mothers, Adoptive Mothers and Adopted Daughters Tell Their Stories, originally published by Seal Press, helps people understand that some type of adoption is a normal occurrence within all American families. Earlier Susan helped edit The Economic Report of the People, by Juliet Schor, Samuel Bowles and other members at the Center for Popular Economics, published by South End Press, teaching readers why health insurance is an individual right and not a privilege for the few.
Susan's health, cultural and political columns have appeared in: The Key West Citizen (FL) ; Key West: The Newspaper (FL); Keys Weekly (FL); the Brattleboro Reformer (VT); the Gloucester Daily Times (MA); the Cape Cod Times (MA); the Keene Sentinel (NH),Sojourner (MA), the Worcester Telegram and Gazette (MA), the Eagle Tribune (MA); Management Review (American Management Association); Society & Innovation and In These Times and in various on-line journals.
author of Busting Breast Cancer