My client (who happens to be my mom) is starting a series of workshops, an eBook, and a website that shares recent medical research debunking myths that breast cancer is not preventable. In addition, she will share practical information on breast cancer prevention.
The overall feel of this needs to be one of health, but it should not feel too corporate.
Here is the text for the tri-fold brochure:
(Front of brochure)
Breast Research Awareness & Support
Knowledge And Action Are The Key To Protection
(back 1/3 of brochure)
Meridians & Your Electrical Body
Lymph drainage techniques
Breast exercises & massages
Protect yourself from pathogens
Support your immune system
Eliminate geopathic stress
Emotional freedom techniques
And much more!
This is the most unusual seminar I have ever attended for women. BRAS rocked!
There is a time and place for every idea...this information will change lives….and more importantly...save lives.
Dr. Mark Wallace
Middle third (back of brochure when folded)
left open for mailing address or sponsor addresses. I could use some border or color there!
(Inside of brochure - left panel)
Learn the Bare Facts
- 73 chemicals in consumer products & foods cause breast cancer*
- One virus found in 33% of breast cancers-two other viruses connected
- EMF’s connected to breast cancer clusters
- Antibiotics increases risk by 20%
- 47 drugs cause breast cancer -One drug increases risk by 1500%*
- 18 dyes & 10 pesticides cause mammary cancer*
- Parasites, fungi, molds, and mycotoxins are connected to cancer.
- Dental toxins connected in 57/60 cases of breast cancer in one study
- 17 hormones increase risk 20-30%-our younger generations are at grave risk
- Xenohormones in plastics increases risk 100,000x– 500,000x
- Common health & diet foods increase breast cancer
- Sunlight is not our enemy-Vit. D prevents breast cancer
- The FDA limits our iodine intake making us vulnerable to breast cancer*Susan B. Komen Race for Cure.com
(middle inside 1/3 of brochure)
Bust the Myths
In 1995, the National Cancer Institute stated that “Breast cancer is simply not a preventable disease.” The American Cancer Society followed suit in 1997, saying ‘there are no practical ways to prevent breast cancer—only early detection.”
“A decade-old multi-million dollar deal between National Breast Cancer Awareness Month sponsors and Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) has produced reckless misinformation on breast cancer," stated Dr. Samuel Epstein, a leading international authority on cancer-causing effects of environmental pollutants. “The ICI/NBCAM public relations campaign has prevented women from knowing of avoidable causes of breast cancer," concluded Dr. Epstein. Chicago, October 14, 1996-- released by the Cancer Prevention Coalition
Support the Truth
“Between 2002 and 2003, the incidence of breast cancer plummeted by 7-15%. It plummeted an average of 7% and 15% for women over 50. The drop in breast cancer came about because hundreds of thousands of women shunned HRT after 2002, almost always over the loud and condescending objections of their physicians.” Dr. Bruce West, Health Alert, June 2007 volume 24, Issue 6.
We can learn to avoid hundreds of other carcinogens and make a difference in the statistics one person at a time. Sister helping sister, mother helping daughter, friend helping friend.
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Adjust Your Straps
"More American women have died of breast cancer in the past two decades than all the Americans killed in World War 1, World War 2, the Korean War and Vietnam War combined." We must fight our own war.
One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Heredity accounts for only 1 in 20 cases of breast cancer. The BRAC-1 gene research will not benefit everyone...and if you do have the gene-you can learn to protect yourself.
Don’t Change Your Bra Size
Prophalactic mastectomies are becoming more common, although there is no sign of cancer in these women. The cancer establishment has a blame-the-victim attitude toward the causes of breast and other cancers. This theory attributes escalating cancer rates to heredity and lifestyle, such as lack of exercise, rather than exposures to carcinogens in our food, air, water, consumer products, and the workplace
Each case of cancer is as unique as the individual. There will never be just one pill that can protect us. Our protection is to act on the dangers around us.
Immediate action is necessary; we’ve already tried the early detection route.