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Integrative Cancer Symposium in Greenwich

Oct 01, 2019 11:57PM

The first annual Wisdom + Wellness Integrative Cancer Symposium will be held at the Greenwich Arts Council on Sunday October 27 from 8am to 5pm. Created for patients who want to heal from cancer and thrive with it, health professionals, advocates, caregivers and those interested in prevention, the symposium has been designed to inform, inspire and connect like-minded people and resources.

A distinguished panel of speakers will be featured, including Kathryn Doherty, Symposium director, Radical Remission instructor and coach; Henning Saupe, MD, PhD, founder of
Arcadia Clinic in Germany; Ann Fonfa, founder, Annie Appleseed Project, breast cancer survivor and advocate panelist; Michael Finkelstein, MD, founder, The Slow Medicine Foundation and SunRaven; Michael Diamond, MS, DC, founder, Diamond Integrative Health; John Malanca, founder, United Patients Group, and host, and co-creater of The Sacred Plant Company: Healing Secrets Exposed docuseries.

The inspiring patient panel will include Julia Chiappetta, Greenwich resident, advocate, columnist and author of Breast Cancer, The Notebook; and Elisa Gorman, Stamford resident, breast cancer thriver and blogger of My Conscious Healing.

This Annual Integrative Cancer Symposium will focus on evidence-based research and  demonstrated results, using integrative medicine and natural healing protocols. Topics will range from lab work to lifestyle. The core motivation for this initiative comes from deep and direct personal experience as cancer survivors who have been helped by less conventional protocols.

For more information about the symposium, contact symposium director Kathryn Doherty at [email protected]  To register, visit IntegrativeWisdomAndWellness.com/register-now  Location: The Greenwich Arts Council, 299 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich.

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