The Cancer Report – A Documentary

| October 16, 2012 | 4 Comments

I watched The Cancer Report documentary over the weekend and wanted to burst. Actually you have to read this documentary, there’s no narration. Unfortunately, in our microwave society, too many people won’t take the hour and twenty minutes it takes to read the information provided therein.

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If you or anyone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, please take the time to review this documentary. It could save your life or the life of a loved one.

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Felicia has learned the hard way that health, whether good or bad, is a result of daily choices and habits. On this blog Felicia shares what she's learned and the healthier choices she now makes as a result of her new knowledge. She hopes to encourage others to experiment to find alternative solutions to nagging problems (she's also is a bit of a tree hugger and likes to share ways to lighten the toxic burden on the environment). Necessary disclaimer: I am not a medical professional therefore I am not and cannot giving medical advice. I'm just sharing my story.

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  1. Joni says:

    Hi Felicia,
    Do you know if there is a written transcript? I am using an old laptop I had to pull out of storage when mine crashed last month and it barely lets me read email. Nothing can be added (no installs, etc.). Just wondering if there is a text report. Good work friend.
    Take care,
    Joni

    • Felicia says:

      Hey Joni,

      I don’t think there’s a written transcript of the documentary. If I find anything in my travels, I’ll send it over to you. Sorry to hear about your computer crash.

      • Joni says:

        Thanks Sis. I’m trying to not let things get to me like they used to. For me things come in threes, my puter crashed, I cannot afford cable/internet any more (this from a person who has the tv on 24/7 and always has since I’ve been an adult) and my car is broke down right now. Luckily my sister and neice live next door and they let me pick up internet from them and if I have an emergency b/4 I can get my car fixed they will help. I’ve also ordered an analog to digital converter for my old timey tv’s and will get FREE tv again. It may only be a few channels but I have always watched too much tv anyway so that works. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger…lol.
        take care,
        joni

        • Felicia says:

          It seems you’re adapting a positive attitude in the face of adversity. That’s a learned response for me (and it’s quite apparent that at times I haven’t learned it so well).

          I’ve been spending quite a bit of time reading, watching and listening to motivational books, videos and CDs. I’m fortunate to belong to a wonderful library system so I have a steady supply of material. I would suggest, if you haven’t done so already, that you make use of your local library. In addition to reading material, they probably have computers you can use for free.

          Whenever I visit family in another state, I always find out where the library is. I apply for a library card even if I’m only visiting. When I come back the next time I know there’s one place where I can go when I need a little quiet time.

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