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November 25, 2005
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November 22, 2005 Issue 05

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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*Our essiac is now certified Organic!*

*Food, Fitness, and Cancer*

*One third of cancer deaths due to modifiable
risk factors*

*Asbestos exposure may increase colorectal
cancer risk in men*

*New treatments improve survival of patients
with follicular lymphoma*

*Essiac Quotes*

*Special Essiac Tea Offers: Until 11pm EST on Thanksgiving ONLY*

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*Our Essiac is now certified Organic!*
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For the first time, bulk-essiac-tea.com carries essiac tea made from organic herbs. We have always used organic herbs for six out of the eight essiac herbs, but recently we switched suppliers which made it possible for us to provide all eight organic herbs in our essiac formula.

As always, the herbs in our essiac are chemical-free, pesticide-free, non-irradiated, and fresh. Click here to view our essiac products, all made from organic herbs.

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*Food, Fitness, and Cancer*
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Eating right, being active, and maintaining a healthy weight are important ways to reduce your risk of cancer—as well as heart disease and diabetes. Learn the American Cancer Society's guidelines for diet and activity and find tips for a healthy lifestyle and community.

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*One third of cancer deaths due to modifiable risk factors*
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Thirty-five percent of cancer deaths worldwide can be attributed to the effect of nine modifiable risk factors, according to results of a large collaborative study.

Although screening and treatment has reduced mortality from some cancers, "primary prevention through lifestyle and environmental interventions might offer the best option for reducing the large and increasing burden of cancers worldwide," Dr. Majid Ezzati and colleagues opine in their report, published in the November 19th issue of The Lancet.
Click here to read more...

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*Asbestos exposure may increase colorectal
cancer risk in men*
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Asbestos exposure is associated with an increased risk of colorectal cancer in men, which an apparent dose-response relationship, according to US researchers.

"This issue has been long contentious, and raises the interesting issue of how the fibers cause cancer in the gut (through which they presumably travel quickly)," Dr. Mark R. Cullen from Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut told Reuters Health.

Dr. Cullen and associates used data from the Beta-Carotene and Retinol Efficacy Trial (CARET) to investigate the risk of colorectal cancer among nearly 4000 men occupationally exposed to asbestos. Click here to read more...

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*New treatments improve survival of patients with follicular lymphoma*
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New treatments incorporating immunotherapy have significantly improved overall survival of patients with follicular lymphoma, according to a report in the October 17th advance online issue of the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

"Emerging data suggest initial treatment choices you make for patients with follicular lymphoma may matter," Dr. Richard I. Fisher from University of Rochester in New York told Reuters Health.

Dr. Fisher and colleagues compared outcomes of patients with follicular lymphoma treated with three sequential treatment approaches: CHOP with or without nonspecific immunostimulants; ProMACE plus MOPP with or without interferon; and CHOP followed by monoclonal antibody therapy with rituximab or 131I-tositumomab.

Progression-free survival curves for the CHOP and ProMACE studies essentially overlapped, the authors report, with estimated 4-year progression-free survival rates of 46% and 48%, respectively. Click here to read more...

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*Essiac Quotes*
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Some interesting quotes about essiac can be found here.




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Special essiac tea offers for orders placed by 11pm EST Tuesday, September 6.
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We have three essiac specials running this issue:

INSTANT Cash-Back Offer: Buy a 6 lb. 8 oz. order (in bulk or in packets) and receive an instant $10 off the regular price of $95.88 or $130.00, respectively. All you need to do is type in the coupon code "CASH1" at the shopping cart.

FREE Retail-Ready Essiac Offer: Buy a 3 lb. 4 oz. order (in packets or in bulk) and receive four (4) 1-oz. sealed and labeled essiac packets FREE.

50% More FREE Offer: Buy a 1 lb. order of sixteen (16) 1-oz. sealed and labeled packets and receive a half-pound (8 oz. in one bulk bag) of bulk essiac FREE.

These offers expire at 11pm EST Tuesday, September 6, so act NOW!

Click here to take advantage of these specials or to order essiac at Our low-everyday essiac prices

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*Can water really be killing us?*
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The answer may surprise you...

I just read a great article on the subject and I had to share it with you...

EPA Scientists & Workers Call for an End to Water Fluoridation Because of Cancer Risk

Date: 8/31/05
Author: Press Release,
Source: Environment News Service www.ens-newswire.com

WASHINGTON, DC, August 30, 2005
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Eleven EPA employee unions representing over 7000 environmental and public health professionals of the Civil Service have called for a moratorium on drinking water fluoridation programs across the country, and have asked EPA management to recognize fluoride as posing a serious risk of causing cancer in people.

You can read the rest of the article here: Water May Cause Cancer

Please stop what you are doing and take five minutes to read this article... it may just save your life! Could your sweet tooth be harmful to your health? See what one study concluded about a common sweetener founds in thousands of products.

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