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A central aim of Yes to Life is to raise awareness about the benefits of Integrative Medicine and the breadth of choice beyond standard treatments.

We run a number of half day seminars across the country each year, under the title 'Lifestyle Choices and Cancer'. We also host full day 'The Power of Choice' events with more specific subjects which in the past have included prostate and breast cancer.

Our Seminars are open to both the public and professionals. The cost of attendance is subsidised through business support, so as to be accessible to all.

Upcoming Events

Past Seminars

Trippingoverthetruth
Trippingoverthetruth

'Charging down the wrong path'
Is cancer a metabolic, epigenetic disease?

Date:       Saturday 19th November
Time:       9.30 am to 5.00 pm 
Venue:     Woburn House Conference Centre, London WC1H 9HQ

Cancer, according to the mainstream view, is the result of a few damaging mutations in the genes of a cell, so research and treatment focus on identifying those genes and targeting them with drugs.

Increasingly this picture is looking badly flawed. It misses another important defect in cancer cells.  Their metabolism - the way they make energy –is damaged. So targeting tumour genes plus energy supply could make treatment more effective.  In the USA the metabolic theory is attracting growing scientific interest.

Many complementary cancer treatments are designed to create conditions in the body that are unfavourable to cancer growth.  Metabolic theory fits these approaches into a bigger picture.

The speakers

Paul Davies the Principal Investigator in the center for the Convergence of Physical Science and Cancer Biology at Arizona State University will open the Yes to Life Annual Conference CPD accredited conference by video. He describes the exclusive focus on rogue genes as ‘charging down the wrong path'. He introduced the metabolic theory and described how it fits with creating a more cancer-hostile internal environment.

Travis Christofferson, the American researcher and bestselling author of 'Tripping over the Truth,’ published last year, talked about the history of the metabolic theory – first proposed nearly a hundred years ago and then ignored. He described the serious flaws emerging in the gene theory and how this has paved the way for a comeback by the metabolic theory .

Travis was joined by: 

Dr Robert Verkerk, Founder of ANH International who covered the developing science behind metabolic theory.

Dr Ndaba Mazibuko, Clinical Research Fellow at King's College London who talked about metabolic approaches in clinical practice. Dr Mazibuko is collaborating with The Seek Group and The Care Oncology Clinic in the area of metabolic repurposed drug analysis for people with cancer.

Patricia Daly talked about  'Ketogenics – a way of targeting cancer cells’ faulty metabolism with diet'.

Jane McLelland shared her personal story of her successful use of off-label drugs and other treatments that tackled vulnerabilities in tumours revealed by the metabolic theory and received a standing ovation. Hardly a dry eye in the house.

Extensive Q&A sessions were held.

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Jane McLelland
Travis Christofferson
Robert Verkerk
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Dr Ndaba Maxibuko
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Lifestyle Choices and Cancer - London

Generously supported by Hifas da Terra

Saturday 2nd July 2016

St Alban's Centre, London EC1N 7AB

 

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Lifestyle Choices and Cancer - Scotland

Saturday 9th April 2016 

National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh

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Lifestyle Choices and Cancer – Manchester

Saturday 22nd November 2014

Manchester Conference Centre

 

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'Breast Cancer - The Power of Choice'

Generously supported by Abundance and Health

Saturday 5th July 2014

Glaziers Hall, London 

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Yes to Life Seminar at the Penny Brohn Centre
Yes to Life Seminar at the Penny Brohn Centre

Lifestyle Choices and Cancer - Bristol

Generously supported by The Really Healthy Company

Saturday 15 March 2014

Penny Brohn Cancer Care
 

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prostate2013

'Prostate Cancer - The Power of Choice'

Generously supported by The Really Healthy Company

Saturday 9 November 2013 

Royal College of Physicians, London

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Lifestyle Choices and Cancer - Brighton

Generously supported by The Really Healthy Company

Saturday 27th April 2013

Royal Albion Hotel

"Essential nutrition for people with cancer"

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Prof Rob Thomas lectures for Yes to Life

Lifestyle Choices and Cancer - London

Generously supported by The Really Healthy Company

Saturday November 24th 2012
University of Westminster, 309 Regent 

 

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Yes to Life

One Day Professional Integrative Oncology Conference

Generously supported by The Really Healthy Company

26th May 2012

Euston, London

 

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'Cancer: Building an Integrative Treatment Programme'

Generously supported by The Really Healthy Company

Saturday 18 June 2011

University of Westminster

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Yes to Life's First Seminar

Generously supported by Biocare

20 February 2010

Park Crescent Conference Centre, London

 

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