This year we launched a scheme to invite the many wonderful practitioners associated with Yes to Life to become supporters.
If you are a practitioner, it's very simple. You give us a monthly donation towards our funding award scheme and we give you increased exposure in our engaged and growing community. This could involve blogging, co-hosting events or being interviewed by Robin Daly on UK Health Radio.
You will also have the knowledge that you are helping us support the increasing amount of people with cancer in the UK who are coming to us for help.
To find out more, please get in touch.
Our Wonderful Practitioner Supporters:
Dr Etienne Callebout
Dr Callebout, who is based in London, uses numerous herbs, nutritional supplements, enzymes, and substances uniquely tailored to fight cancer, along with a detoxification regime, an overhaul of the patient's diet, and psychological healing strategies. He alternates protocols so that the malignancy gets hit from different angles at different times.
He may use 714X, aloe vera, amygdalin (laetrile), bovine cartilage, dmso, Wobe-Mugos and other enzymes, glandulars, green tea, Iscador, flaxseed oil, Maitake, vaccines, shark cartilage, and other homeopathic and herbal remedies.
Dr. Kate James
Dr Kate is a medical doctor who supported both her mother and daughter with Integrative Medical care after their diagnoses with cancer. Seeing the impact first hand, her passion and belief in integration grew.
She now dedicates her practice to supporting individuals with cancer whilst raising the profile of Integrative Medicine and teaching Integrated care. She works with patients from all over the UK and abroad by telephone, skype or in person.
She specialises in the use of medicinal mushrooms, natural supplements and diet together with other techniques to support patients either alongside or instead of conventional cancer treatment.
Dr Rajendra Sharma
Dr Sharma has 30 years of experience as an Integrated Medical Doctor utilizing conventional, complementary and more recently Functional medicine. He has established practices off Harley Street, London and covers the South West of England from his practice in Exeter, Devon.
He has a special interest in working with chronic disease and diagnosis of its underlying causes. Dr Sharma is not an oncologist but he maintains an interest in the myriad causes of cancer and the many associations with environment, life-style, exercise, diet and nutrition. He is trained in ecological health screening, investigating metal toxicity (amalgams), mitochondrial function and its association with chronic disease.
Melissa set up Teddington Homeopathy in 2011 and is a fully-qualified, registered and insured Homeopath. Melissa is passionate about Homeopathy and optimising the body's natural healing abilities, and provides ongoing support to all of her patients. Melissa is experienced in treating a wide range of chronic conditions and has found Homeopathy to be effective in helping patients to manage the side-effects of conventional cancer treatments. She specialises in detox therapy and is a certified CEASE Therapist.